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Brooklyn Beckham Tattoos Reaction | Glamour UK

Brooklyn Beckham Tattoos Reaction | Glamour UK

If the Beckhams are Britain’s unofficial royal family then Brooklyn is our favourite prince. Despite having grown up in the spotlight, 19-year-old Brooklyn has to be one of the most down to earth A-listers out there. The New York-based model, photographer and Parsons School of Design student might have a squad of celeb friends but it seems there’s no place ...

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Products for Bone Broth Benefits

Products for Bone Broth Benefits

58 Shares Tweet0 Pins Share Bone broths and soups are everywhere, especially coming into winter! I know lots of people are keen to pass on a good bone broth recipe, but while they can be good for boosting collagen levels and are a popular way to help maintain overall health, many of us want to replenish our collagen levels in a different ...

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ITG’s Favorite Products This Month

ITG's Favorite Products This Month

Welcome to Our Favorite Products, a monthly feature in which ITG’s editors discuss our favorite products. They’re the best things we’ve tried all month long, reviewed, photographed, and anthropomorphized before we have the opportunity to get sick of them and move on to something new. We’ve been sweating–more than a little. So here’s everything that kept us cool, kept us ...

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Dealing with a Blogging Conundrum

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To be honest, the title of this post could refer to any number of situations and issues that we as bloggers have to deal with, but there’s one in particular that I want to address. What to do when your opinions change? Writing online has its clear advantages: timeliness, longevity and dynamism are just a few. That dynamic quality, the ...

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In Lalibela, the churches are underground

In Lalibela, the churches are underground

Tradition has it that if you want to reach the heavens, you must build high. The great temples of the world have all followed this form, rising from the earth, their domes, spires and minarets hoping to close the gap between the human and the divine. But in Ethiopia — a country that still insists on having 13 months in ...

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