Why Fashion Week is so Important (1 min read)

Happy New Years eve, everyone! I hope you enjoy the last day of 2016 🙂 I’m Giving a little share to my Fashion week post for Millionaires Digest. Enjoy! Millionaire's Digest Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Mliae A. Founder & Owner of: Life Experiment Blog Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor and Travel Writer When we think of…

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Weird & Senseless Information 28.12.2016

‘Jean-Paul Sartre, awarded the 1964 Nobel Prize in Literature, declined the prize because he had consistently declined all official honours.’ Now that is something to think about! -Mliae *Fact found here.

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Blogging in the Twilight Zone: Am I the Asshole?

When your need for dignified blogging lands you in a comment war with a teenager. Yes, I realize going into this that it’s probably going to be a shit-storm. I also know that I am not alone. So, speak up, people! I don’t want to sling mud, so the blog I’m referring to will remain anonymous….

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A Little Christmas Surprise

Merry Christmas eve to those who celebrate! Apparently I’m doing a bit of a different post this year. Hope its not too personal. As most of you know (how could you not, I’m posting about it constantly..hah), I’m engaged to be married. I’ve always loved lacy, silky secret things for myself. But I realized recently…

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A Happy Start to Christmas Weekend!

Happy Holidays, everyone! It’s the Friday before Christmas…and what am I doing? Well, blogging at the moment. LOL But besides that, I’ve been cleaning like a squirrel on crack for the past 2 days. Seems like I got my energy back. Yay! And when I say cleaning – I mean cleaning! Scrubbing lamps, walls, windows…

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Quirky Quotes 22.12.2016

“Christopher throws dandelion head after dandelion head into his bag. It’s getting heavy now and his fingers are stained from the work but there are so many left to kill. His biggest mistake is giving them names.” -Brian Martinez, Kissing you is like Trying to Punch a Ghost *Photo credit: Appalachian LeadershipAcademy

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Bejeweled Blitz Challenge update

Greetings earthlings 🙂 As many of you know, I challenged myself to see how many coins (starting from as near to zero as I could get without earning  more coins by playing) I could get on Bejeweled Blitz by only using the daily free spin(s), the new treasure chest button (coins or a gem free…

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5 Hidden Abilities of Highly Successful People (2 min read)

My first published post on Millionaires Digest! I had to share this, I hope you enjoy! Millionaire's Digest Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Mliae A. Founder & Owner of: Life Experiment Blog Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor and Travel Writer Ever wonder what attributes highly successful have in common that set them apart from the rest of…

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Say Farewell to Traditional Wedding Cake Toppers and Hello to Some Fun!

Today, I found myself on a wedding planning streak. And then, it happened…I delved into the world of cake toppers. Quite honestly, this is something I have really been putting off because I don’t really want the normal bride and groom propped next to each staring straight ahead, glassy eyed, at their future. Surprisingly, I…

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PLEASE RE-BLOG, PLEASE.

Originally posted on lucinda E Clarke:
Please will you re-blog this post for me? Yes, I know you’ve not read it yet, but I really, really want to get the word out. In January I plan to start a new monthly newsletter which will contain the back story to Amie before she went to Africa…

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My Guilty Secret: Weekend Cleaning Motivation

Welcome to my weekend 🙂 I don’t know how many of you out there are familiar with the show hoarders, or the UK version – The hoarder next door.  But these shows are…horrifying…and disgusting. And the best possible remedy for this lackadaisical cleaner – ever. I don’t know what it is. But if I sit…

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Yay! A reason to celebrate on Fri-yay!

Just a little health check in to let you know that I am doing so much better! I went in for one of my follow-up blood checks and I was told that I’m now running on levels twice as high as I had when I went into the hospital. I am so happy! 🙂 It seems…

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Pickled Artichoke Hearts (Carciofo)

Originally posted on Milanka's Fine Food:
For my 100th recipe post I would like to share with you a simple pickled Artichoke recipe.  If you have never eaten or cooked this vegetable do not be alarmed by it’s exotic appearance.  It can be prepared in a number of different ways, on this occasion I will…

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Quirky Quotes 07.12.2016

“I’m so unlucky that if I was to fall into a barrel of nipples I’d come out sucking my thumb.” -Freddie Starr *Photo credit: Appalachian LeadershipAcademy

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Blogging

Originally posted on HarsH ReaLiTy:
I think we all hear about the “blogging community” when we first start blogging. What many of us assume is that people will figure out what exactly the blogging community truly is. Unfortunately many people remain confused because of that assumption. They spend their hours desperately seeking this mythical community…

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Monday Memes

Just a few memes to give you a smile on your least favourite day of the week 😉 Happy Monday! -Mliae

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Sustainable Fashion Feature: Shift to Nature

Greetings all! As many of you know already, I have been on the hunt for friendly, fashionable, sustainable, fashion houses with great customer service which utilize sustainable business practices. And I found a great eco-fashion start-up that goes by the name of Shift to Nature, in Australia. They are awesome! Truly, super-cool and incredibly friendly and…

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Getting to know you 02.12.2016

How often do you blog? My answer: Well, I used to blog once weekly. Then every other day was my goal. But it seems like recently, I’ve gotten into the habit of daily blogging. Which is awesome 😉 How often do YOU blog? -Mliae

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Recycled Book Reading Challenge: Sandstorm by Michael Asher

This book was passed along to me by a friend of mine after he finished reading it. It’s been sitting on my bookshelf for awhile, so I thought it would be a great pick for November’s Recycled Book Reading Challenge. This book is set in the Sahara, during the 50’s. It is a bit cliché…

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