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Monday, 4 January 2016

10 tips to survive the post holiday return to work blues...

I hope you had a lovely holiday.   If you have been lucky enough like me to have had an extended break this year, the thought of returning to reality is a bit depressing.  I have put together a list of things to help get you through the rest of the week.  Simply follow these simple steps.  Pamper, Pamper Pamper.. 

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1.  Face Mask - dig your favourite face mask out and stick it on.

2.  Run yourself a bubble bath with your favourite scent.

3.  Treat your hair - run a treatment through your hair.

3.  Exfoliate all over and de-fuzz those limbs.

4.   Bake it - Slap the fake bake on, everyone knows you will feel better with a tan.

5.  Paint your nails.  

6.   Be Prepared - Look out your work clothes and accessories tonight

7.  Pack your bag now.  You will get a longer sleep.

8.  Drink a pint of water and pour yourself a Green Tea - start the detox tonight.

9.  Time to relax with a favourite movie

10.  Lets go to sleep now - remember to set that alarm.



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4 comments

  1. I am definitely up for a bubble bath and green tea!

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  2. Laura,
    I love the ideas! I just can't shave my legs at the moment! I had back surgery almost 3 weeks ago, and can't bend over or take a bath to shave the trees off my legs! :O(

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  3. Love this! Especially the de-fuzzing one...think we all get really lazy when the winter comes, haha x

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  4. I felt the blues start creeping in today! Looking at holidays to cheer myself up :-) xx

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