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Giveaway: Win Pernaton Green Lipped Mussel Gel for Joint Massage

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My second giveaway this year is this Pernaton Green Lipped Mussel Gel for Joint Massage. For those dealing with aches and pains caused by normal wear and tear on joints, this product is for you. It is formulated to aid connective tissue and joint care. This Pernaton Gel includes menthol and other essential oils, helps to improve joint mobility. It can also benefit sports men and women before and after exercise, with a fresh and pleasant aroma. All you need to do is to apply the non-greasy gel direct to the problem area, it’s quickly absorbed creating an instant cooling effect. It’s the perfect product to apply to achy and tired muscles.

 

 

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Product Description

The oil free, easily absorbed and fresh smelling Pernaton Gel contains vital glycosaminoglycans and original Perna extract, the special essential element from the sea for the connective tissues of the skin and body. Conventional Green Lipped Mussel powder on the market today contain mussels that have been steamed/cooked or which have been ground down into a powder, using basic processes that destroy essential active ingredients. Some even purchase the by-products from other produces or mussel farms which are definitely not fresh.

Rub the gel into the skin and feel the cooling sensation and feelings of wellbeing that result, then experience the warming and intense increase in circulation that follows.

 

Giveaway Rules

Here are the rules to take part in this giveaway –

  1. Follow Fashion and Style Police on Twitter and Instagram.
  2. Retweet this post here.
  3. Leave me a comment on here telling me why you want to win this giveaway.
  4. Please include your Twitter name in the comment so I can easily find you.

You can also follow my Facebook page to stay updated on every post. This giveaway will run for 2 weeks. It ends 5th February 2019 at 10pm.

Good luck everyone.

 

 

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Goodbye 2019 and hello to a new decade

I can’t believe I am actually saying goodbye 2019! Today is the last day in 2019 and it is amazing to see how far I have come this year and decade. 2019 was a year of lots of ups and downs for me personally. The ups outweighed the downs which is good. The downs were really more about me finding myself and seeking my higher self in moving forward with my goals and aspirations. I am glad the year has ended on a high note. I have spent the last few days just resting up and chilling with the family.

This holiday is the best thing I have done for myself in a long time. I can’t remember the last time I took so many days off at once. My laptop has hardly gone up these last few days and I am not stressing over the fact that I am not working (like I normally do). I am just taking things very easy which is not how I usually roll. I usually work even when I am on holiday but I decided not to do so this time. The mind and body needs rest and that is exactly what I am giving them, good old fashioned rest.

 

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I am looking forward to the year 2020 and what the new decade brings. I really don’t do the whole new year resolutions thing because I tend to forget all about them by March/April.  When it comes to goals, I prefer to stick to monthly goals so I make sure I smash them. That will carry on into the new year as normal. My goals are not usually shared as well as I don’t see the point in doing so but I may share them after ticking them off the list 😊

Regular blog posts will resume in the new year. I have many give-away posts lined up as well as review posts and I am looking forward to publishing them all. Until the next post, wishing you all a very happy new year. I hope 2019 was good to you and I pray 2020 is even better for us all.

Goodbye 2019! See you in 2020!

Tips On Dealing With A Bad Boss

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We all go through periods in our life where we meet or work with people that we find difficult to get on with. You’re never going to impress or be friends with everyone, but it can be hard for you to manage to deal with someone that you don’t get on with. So here are some tips on dealing with a bad boss.

 

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Find The Reason Why They’re Unpleasant

There are some people that just enjoy being an unpleasant person, and if you find out that this is the case in terms of your boss, you may want to think about speaking to someone who could help tackle this or finding a new job. Learning from your past experiences is important, and you want to make sure that you avoid any future bad bosses during other points in your career. However, not every bad boss has the intention to be unpleasant.

There might be a reason as to why they treat you with distaste or have an attitude to anyone they deal with when it comes to the workplace. It’s a good idea for you to figure out what this might be because there might be a chance that you can work around this and help your bad boss becomes a good one. Of course, it’s not your responsibility to change this authoritative figure into someone who is nice to others, but if no one else is listening or doing anything about it, you can always attempt to sort out the problem yourself.

 

Don’t Let It Affect Your Mental Wellbeing

Your mental wellbeing and general health should always come first whether that’s in your work or in your personal one. When you’re dealing with someone who might constantly be picking you out to emotionally and verbally attack, or if they’re just putting you on edge, that’s not healthy. There should never be a time where you dread going into work. As much as we can rely on money to keep us going in life, that’s not the be-all and end all to living.

There are plenty of jobs available out there, and if you find that your mental health is taking a knock, it’s very important to put yourself first and either ask for it to change or leave. It’s good to fight your corner of course when it comes to possibly removing that person from the organization, but your health is certainly not worth sacrificing for some role that you can find elsewhere.

 

Speak To Someone

There may be a possibility where you can speak to someone, like the HR manager or a person within the business who has more overall authority than your boss. Any accusation of someone abusing their role or being a bully should always be flagged officially. If you ever find yourself in a vulnerable situation and where you’re not being supported by the company, you can always seek the help of employment solicitors. Never be afraid to speak up, no matter how little support you have. Voicing your concerns at least takes it from hearsay and rumours to something concrete and where action can be taken.

 

Identify The Triggers

With any boss, there’s going to be certain things that might rub them up the wrong way, and although you might not mean to do it, it happens. So think about all those scenarios where there’s been an unpleasant occasion and find out what the trigger was. If it’s something you couldn’t help, then it’s not up to you to try and fix it. Although, if there’s something that can be done or you have the opportunity to avoid it, then why not give it a go?

 

Act As The Leader

For some bosses, they might not be present at the most important times, and when there’s a lack of leadership in your team or for yourself, someone needs to take charge. If your position and other team allow it, having you as a back-up leader, might be just what you need. There might be times where your boss is trying to undermine you or question your decisions. In this case, you need to stand your ground and have confidence in yourself. Never let anyone make you feel unworthy of being in a role. Show them what you’re worth, and that could be what makes them turn into more of a pleasant leader.

 

Dealing with a bad boss is difficult, and it’s nothing you would want to wish on anyone else. So use these tips on dealing with a bad boss as best you can to improve the situation.

 

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