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04 Mar 19
The Wonder List

Food Markets and Trendy Food Bazaars – They’re everywhere. To make life easier – The Wonder List way, we’ve collated foodie markets and food halls old and new which are worthy of a weekend visit. Bang Bang Oriental Meet Bang Bang Oriental: a gargantuan pan-Asian food court… in Colindale! Yes, Colindale. The long journey might be a […]

26 Feb 19
ClothingCraft

Welcome back to another installment of clothing craft, this week I’ll be making a long sleeve sweatshirt with a cargo pocket installed on the front of the sweatshirt. I will also be making some pants. This piece draws some inspiration Number (N)ine⁣⁣ Fall/Winter 2008 down jacket from the collection “My Own Private Portland” This long […]

30 Jan 19
Fun, info & Entertainment blog

[ad_1] Brazilian denim giant Vicunha Textil and denim guru Adriano Goldschmied have come together to work for a sustainability project to reduce water consumption in the production of denim. The new eco range of denim fabric ‘Absolut Eco’ for spring/summer 2020 saves up to 95 per cent water and up to 90 per cent chemicals […]

30 Jan 19
Tobacciana

Mega Rare! ZIPPO x EVISU Collaboration Denim Jeans Full Wrap Lighter with Chain – Buy – Mega Rare! ZIPPO x EVISU Collaboration Denim Jeans Full Wrap Lighter with Chain

01 Feb 19
Mindless Mag

Fast Fashion is like speed dating for fabrics; we’re falling in and out of love with our clothes so quickly that many are lustless after one date. It’s an industry worth $3 trillion, churning out 80 billion garments per year and going from concept to checkout in a week. We weren’t born into Fast Fashion, […]

18 Jan 19
CTVisuals

Research To gain inspiration and influence I went to the UCA library into the fashion section of books. Browsing through the collection of Fashion House books, ranging from Christian Dior, Yves Saint Laurent to Versace. I found this Blue Camo edition of the *A Bathing Ape 2008 book published by Rizzoli a New York based […]

22 Dec 18
Moniqsales

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18 Dec 18
The Scottish Sun
CINDY Cottrell left home at 15 after a row with her mum and moved into a dingy flat in a rough area of Birmingham. She fell pregnant at 17 and survived on just £42.50 a week in benefits. Her first Christmas as a mum in 2002 saw her cry over a Pot Noodle and gift her seven-month-old son Jack* a £5 rattle. Cindy Cottrell was a teen mum who couldn’t afford a Christmas dinner, but now she lives a lavish lifestyle But now, 14 years on, her lifestyle is completely different. She plans to splash £1,000 on gifts this December 25 and tuck into smoked salmon – and it’s all thanks to webcam work. Here Cindy tells Fabulous Digital her extraordinary rags to riches story: Spicy Pot Noodles were all I could afford to eat on Christmas Day in 2002. I was 18 years old and my baby, Jack, watched me curiously as I handed him the only present I’d been able to buy: a cheap rattle. He was too young to know how awful a Christmas it was, but it was the worst I’d ever had. Cindy is looking forward to a bumper Christmas with her mum and son Jack I felt like an inadequate mother. I shouldn’t have had a child if I couldn’t provide for him and I swore in that moment, I’d do whatever I could to ensure he had the life he deserved. I’d left home when I was 15 after a silly fight with my mum. A charity had found me a flat in a dodgy area of Birmingham. I was too proud to go home and too young to know better. I was supposed to be at college but, on benefits receiving £42.50 a week, I couldn’t even afford to get there. [boxout headline=”WE PAY FOR YOUR STORIES!”]Fabulous Online is always on the lookout for jaw-dropping, tear-jerking and heart-wrenching stories to feature.  Join our Facebook group  or email us us to make £££s by sharing your story. [/boxout] Then I got pregnant. I wasn’t in a relationship but when Jack was born, I felt like my life had purpose. I’d never loved anyone as much and just wished I didn’t have to take Jack home to my squalid flat. I’d had a lovely childhood, my mum worked hard running her own marketing company and Christmas was my favourite time of year. It felt magical seeing the presents pile up under the tree. I didn’t want Jack to grow up remembering Christmas as a miserable time of year, when his penniless mother ate noodles and cried. Cindy started webcam work in her late teens, following the arrival of her son When a friend suggested I get into webcam work – where you undress for men – I was disgusted at first. But from a point of desperation, I decided to give it a go. Although it was pretty sleazy thinking of anonymous men getting off while they watched me online, I’d never earned so much money. My first paycheque was £3,000 – that was a week’s work. The following Christmas, I made sure Jack was spoiled rotten. He was a toddler then, overwhelmed by all the toys I’d bought him, as well as £50 Hugo Boss T-shirts and £150 Evisu jeans. I bought more food than we could ever possibly eat, decorations for every pokey corner of our horrible flat, and best of all, a real Christmas tree. Cindy now lives a life of luxury, funded for by her webcam work I felt so proud of myself. I’d given Jack the same feeling I had as a child. These days, I earn £400 for three hours webcam work a day. I get dressed up then wait for men to connect to view me. It’s pretty lurid, but they then watch me until they are done. I take my time, because they’re paying £4 a minute for the privilege. I can have as many as 10 viewers at any one time, all paying £4 a minute. Some clients just want to watch, others want to chat. Many of them are married. They tell me their sex life isn’t great but they don’t want to cheat, and watching a girl on a webcam isn’t technically cheating. I’m gifted Agent Provocateur underwear, Jimmy Choo shoes, perfume, wine and flowers. I have to look the part, so I have regular Botox and lip fillers and I spend money on makeup, lingerie, good shoes and nice dresses. When my mum first found out, she was shocked. But I showed her how it works. I come to no harm, no-one knows where I live, I don’t meet anyone in real life. Cindy, with her boy, will spend £1,000 on him this year As she watched my earnings literally roll in on the screen, she laughed and said: ‘Fair play! I wish I’d done that when I was young.’ Last Christmas, I paid for mum, Jack and me to go to Cyprus. We swam in the pool and topped up our tans. I bought Jack chunky gold chain necklaces, a £750 Stone Island tracksuit, a £350 Gucci belt. He knows what I do and he doesn’t mind – he knows my life choices pay for our lifestyle. If he asked me to give it all up, I’d do it in a heartbeat but Jack is headstrong, like me. When kids at school have asked him about it, he points out that he’s the one in designer clothes. At the start of this year, I did start to think maybe I should get a proper job. I’d been doing webcams for so long, I wondered what it would be like to be normal. So, I got a job in a department store instead. It was a shock to the system. On diddly squat an hour, suddenly I couldn’t afford to do all the things I took for granted. I lasted three skint months then quit and went back to the webcam. Cindy, pictured with her boy, enjoys lavish nights out and designer clothes My friends sometimes ask if I think they could do webcams. I warn them that once you’re in this world, it’s hard to get out. You become accustomed to the lifestyle and earning big, easy money. I don’t want to do this forever and I have started saving, as I’d like to become an estate agent one day but it’s hard to imagine ever getting used to a normal salary. One sacrifice I’ve had to make is that I’ve never found lasting love. But I’m building a life for me and Jack and I don’t need a man telling me I can’t. The only man who could ever stop me doing this is Jack. Now I can afford to live in a lovely, new apartment in a new part of the city. I’ve styled it beautifully, with wooden flooring and sparkling things everywhere you look. Our home reminds me why I do what I do. Cindy says Jack is aware of her webcam work This Christmas, I’ll be spending at least £1,000 on Jack’s presents. I’ll be going out with my friends for a posh dinner on Boxing Day and New Year’s Eve is always expensive. There will be a new dress for every Christmas party. I’ll spend hundreds of pounds on food for mum, Jack and me, plus all the new decorations for the tree – which will, as always, be a real pine tree. It’s not always easy. Sometimes I don’t really feel like being sexy but I have to dress up and play the part. [article-rail-section title=”Most read in Real Life” posts_category=”7950″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] It can all feel a bit tedious, but as much as I don’t enjoy the work, I enjoy the money and the freedom. If Jack’s off school, I don’t work and I don’t have to explain myself to a boss. I call the shots. I don’t work at 3am, I don’t wander the streets. One day, I’ll give it all up but for now, I’m too busy enjoying the life the webcam’s given me. Meanwhile, Love Island’s Megan Barton-Hanson, who turned to webcam work to make money, slams beauty double standards and says it’s “old-fashioned to think you can’t be sexy and a feminist”. Cam girls reveal how much they can make a day by stripping for webcams. [bc_video video_id=”5572111061001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”‘Cam couples’ make big money having sex on webcam and interacting with fans “]  
18 Dec 18
The Sun
CINDY Cottrell left home at 15 after a row with her mum and moved into a dingy flat in a rough area of Birmingham. She fell pregnant at 17 and survived on just £42.50 a week in benefits. Her first Christmas as a mum in 2002 saw her cry over a Pot Noodle and gift her seven-month-old son Jack* a £5 rattle. Cindy Cottrell was a teen mum who couldn’t afford a Christmas dinner, but now she lives a lavish lifestyle But now, 14 years on, her lifestyle is completely different. She plans to splash £1,000 on gifts this December 25 and tuck into smoked salmon – and it’s all thanks to webcam work. Here Cindy tells Fabulous Digital her extraordinary rags to riches story: Spicy Pot Noodles were all I could afford to eat on Christmas Day in 2002. I was 18 years old and my baby, Jack, watched me curiously as I handed him the only present I’d been able to buy: a cheap rattle. He was too young to know how awful a Christmas it was, but it was the worst I’d ever had. Cindy is looking forward to a bumper Christmas with her mum and son Jack I felt like an inadequate mother. I shouldn’t have had a child if I couldn’t provide for him and I swore in that moment, I’d do whatever I could to ensure he had the life he deserved. I’d left home when I was 15 after a silly fight with my mum. A charity had found me a flat in a dodgy area of Birmingham. I was too proud to go home and too young to know better. I was supposed to be at college but, on benefits receiving £42.50 a week, I couldn’t even afford to get there. [boxout headline=”WE PAY FOR YOUR STORIES!”]Fabulous Online is always on the lookout for jaw-dropping, tear-jerking and heart-wrenching stories to feature.  Join our Facebook group  or email us us to make £££s by sharing your story. [/boxout] Then I got pregnant. I wasn’t in a relationship but when Jack was born, I felt like my life had purpose. I’d never loved anyone as much and just wished I didn’t have to take Jack home to my squalid flat. I’d had a lovely childhood, my mum worked hard running her own marketing company and Christmas was my favourite time of year. It felt magical seeing the presents pile up under the tree. I didn’t want Jack to grow up remembering Christmas as a miserable time of year, when his penniless mother ate noodles and cried. Cindy started webcam work in her late teens, following the arrival of her son When a friend suggested I get into webcam work – where you undress for men – I was disgusted at first. But from a point of desperation, I decided to give it a go. Although it was pretty sleazy thinking of anonymous men getting off while they watched me online, I’d never earned so much money. My first paycheque was £3,000 – that was a week’s work. The following Christmas, I made sure Jack was spoiled rotten. He was a toddler then, overwhelmed by all the toys I’d bought him, as well as £50 Hugo Boss T-shirts and £150 Evisu jeans. I bought more food than we could ever possibly eat, decorations for every pokey corner of our horrible flat, and best of all, a real Christmas tree. Cindy now lives a life of luxury, funded for by her webcam work I felt so proud of myself. I’d given Jack the same feeling I had as a child. These days, I earn £400 for three hours webcam work a day. I get dressed up then wait for men to connect to view me. It’s pretty lurid, but they then watch me until they are done. I take my time, because they’re paying £4 a minute for the privilege. I can have as many as 10 viewers at any one time, all paying £4 a minute. Some clients just want to watch, others want to chat. Many of them are married. They tell me their sex life isn’t great but they don’t want to cheat, and watching a girl on a webcam isn’t technically cheating. I’m gifted Agent Provocateur underwear, Jimmy Choo shoes, perfume, wine and flowers. I have to look the part, so I have regular Botox and lip fillers and I spend money on makeup, lingerie, good shoes and nice dresses. When my mum first found out, she was shocked. But I showed her how it works. I come to no harm, no-one knows where I live, I don’t meet anyone in real life. Cindy, with her boy, will spend £1,000 on him this year As she watched my earnings literally roll in on the screen, she laughed and said: ‘Fair play! I wish I’d done that when I was young.’ Last Christmas, I paid for mum, Jack and me to go to Cyprus. We swam in the pool and topped up our tans. I bought Jack chunky gold chain necklaces, a £750 Stone Island tracksuit, a £350 Gucci belt. He knows what I do and he doesn’t mind – he knows my life choices pay for our lifestyle. If he asked me to give it all up, I’d do it in a heartbeat but Jack is headstrong, like me. When kids at school have asked him about it, he points out that he’s the one in designer clothes. At the start of this year, I did start to think maybe I should get a proper job. I’d been doing webcams for so long, I wondered what it would be like to be normal. So, I got a job in a department store instead. It was a shock to the system. On diddly squat an hour, suddenly I couldn’t afford to do all the things I took for granted. I lasted three skint months then quit and went back to the webcam. Cindy, pictured with her boy, enjoys lavish nights out and designer clothes My friends sometimes ask if I think they could do webcams. I warn them that once you’re in this world, it’s hard to get out. You become accustomed to the lifestyle and earning big, easy money. I don’t want to do this forever and I have started saving, as I’d like to become an estate agent one day but it’s hard to imagine ever getting used to a normal salary. One sacrifice I’ve had to make is that I’ve never found lasting love. But I’m building a life for me and Jack and I don’t need a man telling me I can’t. The only man who could ever stop me doing this is Jack. Now I can afford to live in a lovely, new apartment in a new part of the city. I’ve styled it beautifully, with wooden flooring and sparkling things everywhere you look. Our home reminds me why I do what I do. Cindy says Jack is aware of her webcam work This Christmas, I’ll be spending at least £1,000 on Jack’s presents. I’ll be going out with my friends for a posh dinner on Boxing Day and New Year’s Eve is always expensive. There will be a new dress for every Christmas party. I’ll spend hundreds of pounds on food for mum, Jack and me, plus all the new decorations for the tree – which will, as always, be a real pine tree. It’s not always easy. Sometimes I don’t really feel like being sexy but I have to dress up and play the part. [article-rail-section title=”Most read in Real Life” posts_category=”12208″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] It can all feel a bit tedious, but as much as I don’t enjoy the work, I enjoy the money and the freedom. If Jack’s off school, I don’t work and I don’t have to explain myself to a boss. I call the shots. I don’t work at 3am, I don’t wander the streets. One day, I’ll give it all up but for now, I’m too busy enjoying the life the webcam’s given me. Meanwhile, Love Island’s Megan Barton-Hanson, who turned to webcam work to make money, slams beauty double standards and says it’s “old-fashioned to think you can’t be sexy and a feminist”. Cam girls reveal how much they can make a day by stripping for webcams. [bc_video video_id=”5572111061001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”‘Cam couples’ make big money having sex on webcam and interacting with fans “]  
18 Dec 18
The Irish Sun
CINDY Cottrell left home at 15 after a row with her mum and moved into a dingy flat in a rough area of Birmingham. She fell pregnant at 17 and survived on just £42.50 a week in benefits. Her first Christmas as a mum in 2002 saw her cry over a Pot Noodle and gift her seven-month-old son Jack* a £5 rattle. Cindy Cottrell was a teen mum who couldn’t afford a Christmas dinner, but now she lives a lavish lifestyle But now, 14 years on, her lifestyle is completely different. She plans to splash £1,000 on gifts this December 25 and tuck into smoked salmon – and it’s all thanks to webcam work. Here Cindy tells Fabulous Digital her extraordinary rags to riches story: Spicy Pot Noodles were all I could afford to eat on Christmas Day in 2002. I was 18 years old and my baby, Jack, watched me curiously as I handed him the only present I’d been able to buy: a cheap rattle. He was too young to know how awful a Christmas it was, but it was the worst I’d ever had. Cindy is looking forward to a bumper Christmas with her mum and son Jack I felt like an inadequate mother. I shouldn’t have had a child if I couldn’t provide for him and I swore in that moment, I’d do whatever I could to ensure he had the life he deserved. I’d left home when I was 15 after a silly fight with my mum. A charity had found me a flat in a dodgy area of Birmingham. I was too proud to go home and too young to know better. I was supposed to be at college but, on benefits receiving £42.50 a week, I couldn’t even afford to get there. [boxout headline=”WE PAY FOR YOUR STORIES!”]Fabulous Online is always on the lookout for jaw-dropping, tear-jerking and heart-wrenching stories to feature.  Join our Facebook group  or email us us to make £££s by sharing your story. [/boxout] Then I got pregnant. I wasn’t in a relationship but when Jack was born, I felt like my life had purpose. I’d never loved anyone as much and just wished I didn’t have to take Jack home to my squalid flat. I’d had a lovely childhood, my mum worked hard running her own marketing company and Christmas was my favourite time of year. It felt magical seeing the presents pile up under the tree. I didn’t want Jack to grow up remembering Christmas as a miserable time of year, when his penniless mother ate noodles and cried. Cindy started webcam work in her late teens, following the arrival of her son When a friend suggested I get into webcam work – where you undress for men – I was disgusted at first. But from a point of desperation, I decided to give it a go. Although it was pretty sleazy thinking of anonymous men getting off while they watched me online, I’d never earned so much money. My first paycheque was £3,000 – that was a week’s work. The following Christmas, I made sure Jack was spoiled rotten. He was a toddler then, overwhelmed by all the toys I’d bought him, as well as £50 Hugo Boss T-shirts and £150 Evisu jeans. I bought more food than we could ever possibly eat, decorations for every pokey corner of our horrible flat, and best of all, a real Christmas tree. Cindy now lives a life of luxury, funded for by her webcam work I felt so proud of myself. I’d given Jack the same feeling I had as a child. These days, I earn £400 for three hours webcam work a day. I get dressed up then wait for men to connect to view me. It’s pretty lurid, but they then watch me until they are done. I take my time, because they’re paying £4 a minute for the privilege. I can have as many as 10 viewers at any one time, all paying £4 a minute. Some clients just want to watch, others want to chat. Many of them are married. They tell me their sex life isn’t great but they don’t want to cheat, and watching a girl on a webcam isn’t technically cheating. I’m gifted Agent Provocateur underwear, Jimmy Choo shoes, perfume, wine and flowers. I have to look the part, so I have regular Botox and lip fillers and I spend money on makeup, lingerie, good shoes and nice dresses. When my mum first found out, she was shocked. But I showed her how it works. I come to no harm, no-one knows where I live, I don’t meet anyone in real life. Cindy, with her boy, will spend £1,000 on him this year As she watched my earnings literally roll in on the screen, she laughed and said: ‘Fair play! I wish I’d done that when I was young.’ Last Christmas, I paid for mum, Jack and me to go to Cyprus. We swam in the pool and topped up our tans. I bought Jack chunky gold chain necklaces, a £750 Stone Island tracksuit, a £350 Gucci belt. He knows what I do and he doesn’t mind – he knows my life choices pay for our lifestyle. If he asked me to give it all up, I’d do it in a heartbeat but Jack is headstrong, like me. When kids at school have asked him about it, he points out that he’s the one in designer clothes. At the start of this year, I did start to think maybe I should get a proper job. I’d been doing webcams for so long, I wondered what it would be like to be normal. So, I got a job in a department store instead. It was a shock to the system. On diddly squat an hour, suddenly I couldn’t afford to do all the things I took for granted. I lasted three skint months then quit and went back to the webcam. Cindy, pictured with her boy, enjoys lavish nights out and designer clothes My friends sometimes ask if I think they could do webcams. I warn them that once you’re in this world, it’s hard to get out. You become accustomed to the lifestyle and earning big, easy money. I don’t want to do this forever and I have started saving, as I’d like to become an estate agent one day but it’s hard to imagine ever getting used to a normal salary. One sacrifice I’ve had to make is that I’ve never found lasting love. But I’m building a life for me and Jack and I don’t need a man telling me I can’t. The only man who could ever stop me doing this is Jack. Now I can afford to live in a lovely, new apartment in a new part of the city. I’ve styled it beautifully, with wooden flooring and sparkling things everywhere you look. Our home reminds me why I do what I do. Cindy says Jack is aware of her webcam work This Christmas, I’ll be spending at least £1,000 on Jack’s presents. I’ll be going out with my friends for a posh dinner on Boxing Day and New Year’s Eve is always expensive. There will be a new dress for every Christmas party. I’ll spend hundreds of pounds on food for mum, Jack and me, plus all the new decorations for the tree – which will, as always, be a real pine tree. It’s not always easy. Sometimes I don’t really feel like being sexy but I have to dress up and play the part. [article-rail-section title=”Most read in Real Life” posts_category=”7301″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] It can all feel a bit tedious, but as much as I don’t enjoy the work, I enjoy the money and the freedom. If Jack’s off school, I don’t work and I don’t have to explain myself to a boss. I call the shots. I don’t work at 3am, I don’t wander the streets. One day, I’ll give it all up but for now, I’m too busy enjoying the life the webcam’s given me. Meanwhile, Love Island’s Megan Barton-Hanson, who turned to webcam work to make money, slams beauty double standards and says it’s “old-fashioned to think you can’t be sexy and a feminist”. Cam girls reveal how much they can make a day by stripping for webcams. [bc_video video_id=”5572111061001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”‘Cam couples’ make big money having sex on webcam and interacting with fans “]  
13 Dec 18
Tobacciana

Mega Rare! ZIPPO x EVISU Collaboration Denim Jeans Full Wrap Lighter with Chain – Buy – Mega Rare! ZIPPO x EVISU Collaboration Denim Jeans Full Wrap Lighter with Chain

11 Dec 18
LPIReports

Premium Denim Jeans market research report includes the present situation and the advance estimations of the Premium Denim Jeans industry for the years 2017-2023. The Premium Denim Jeans business report covers data of the past years, the base year of evaluation is 2017. Premium Denim Jeans market report delineates the progress of the business by […]

30 Nov 18
Frequent Miler

Travel Mileage/Points Increases Merchant Best Rate on 11/30/2018 Best Rate on11/29/2018 Blooom 2500 mi. Best Rate History Burke Decor 4 mi./$ Best Rate History Connect Your Home 50 mi./$ Best Rate History For Lovers 2.5 mi./$ Best Rate History Keds 5 (4) mi./$ 4 mi./$ Best Rate History Merrell 4 (3) mi./$ 3.5 mi./$ Best […]

21 Nov 18
HOLLY RAE PLATT

I find one of the best platforms for identifying current trends of my generation and demographic is Depop. Scrolling down the feed of popular sellers, its easy to see a pattern in trends as certain items and styles reoccur. As the general age-range for Depop users is probably around 15-18, I’m able to see what […]

10 Nov 18
ARTFORIA

Berita Fashion Jepang – Dunia fashiong memang sebuah dunia yang sangat penting dan populer dalam kehidupan masyarakat Jepang modern pada saat ini, selain terkenal karena teknologi dan tradisi budayanya yang unik. Jepang kini juga dikenal dengan industri fashionnya yang meningkat tajam, bahkan negeri sakura ini juga menjadi salah satu pusat street fashion di dunia karena […]