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Photo courtesy of Baby Spa Perth

WOW, if this was around when I was born. Think of the possibilities. Man, do newborns have it rough! I mean, when was the last time you went down a birth canal? #Brutal. Really though - babies need a GD break.

Luckily, there's a way for newborns to relax when hours between naps seem to stretch on like days: They can visit Baby Spa, which recently opened a new outpost in Perth, Australia.

A typical Baby Spa session lasts about an hour and includes anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes of casual floating in a warm bath. Babies wear a special floatation device that safely supports the head above water and makes the whole thing look extra adorable.

The treatments aren't just supremely calming. Turns out, they're borderline medicinal, at least according to the Baby Spa's website. See, in water, young babies can do ~*mAgIcAl*~ things they can't yet manage on land because their itty-bitty bodies aren't strong enough, and gravity's a bitch. However, floating (aka hyd...

May 22, 2017

 Photo courtesy of africanprintfashion.com  | fashion by vlisco

 Yes! Even infusionofstyles loves kimono's . I had three of them two are weddings gowns one is Japanese and the other one is Korean and the third one is just a robe. What happened? Kimono jackets seem to be a thing right now. I feel like they have been trending before – but what hasn’t, really? While looking for some new Spring outfits the Kimono-style has cropped up as top as well as jacket in my search.Facts about the Kimono: The Kimono is a traditional garment from Japan and it means literally “a thing to wear”. I didn’t know that when I wrote the headline. Now I am super stoked about my fitting title. Okay, back to the Kimono. Traditionally the Kimono is a long robe that goes down to the ankles and has wide sleeves. The proper way to wear it is wrapped around the body – with always the left side over the right one. It is mostly worn by women at traditional ceremonies.I can see myself wearing a beautiful African Pri...

Pollution from a tannery in Dhaka, Bangladesh. | Photo courtesy of yahoo.com 

But it’s definitely not good. WOW, check out the previous blogs in fashion the environment and its impact has on plant earth! From pollution to workers. FASHION No Snytheic clothes.

My journey down the rabbit hole started with this fact: “The global fashion industry is the second most polluting industry in the world.” You’ll hear this repeated at panels, on blogs and news sites, and anywhere else sustainable fashion is being discussed.

Intuitively, it sounds true. We’ll start with the fact that an estimated 50 million tons of polyester — a petroleum product — were produced in 2015. Growing cotton, especially if it involves pesticides, herbicides, and oil-powered machinery, is also a large carbon emitter (though not as large as polyester). And then there is the journey the multiple components of one garment take around the world on oil-gulping ships to be spun in one country, then sewn in another factor...

Want to develop more kindness for yourself, for your loved ones, even for people you can’t stand? Starting a practice of lovingkindness (known in the Buddhist tradition as metta), can help. The good news is you don’t have to be an expert meditator to try it; you can add it to your existing routine, or use it as an entry point into a new practice.

To learn more, we spoke with expert Sharon Salzberg. She’s a co-founder of the esteemed Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts, and the best-selling author of many books, including Lovingkindness. (Her newest book, Real Love, comes out in June.)

We asked Salzberg about the benefits of lovingkindness meditation, and how it relates to mindfulness in general. “To be mindful means to have a kind of interested, balanced awareness of what’s happening to us,” she explains. “But because our inner critic may be very strong, mindfulness is not that easy to accomplish. For a lot of people, doing a practice like lovingkindness can...

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