FATHER DAY — 3RD SUNDAY IN JUNE

In America, Father’s Day was founded by Sonora Smart Dodd, and celebrated on the third Sunday of June for the first time in 1910. It is held on various days in many parts of the world all throughout the year, often in the months of March, May and June.

GIVE A GIFT THAT KEEP ON GIVING ALL YEAR EVERY DAY

When you give a gift that keep on giving, that means the person is enjoying what you have spent
only a few dollars for years.

YES YOUR FATHER WOULD ENJOY: THE MILLIONAIRE NEXT DOOR: THE SUPRISING SECRETS OF AMERCIA’S WEALTHY

What if you could give a gift that last even longer. What about a few books on finance
management???

What one could learn in a few weeks of studying on cutting debt, cutting spending, savings,
investing, earning additional income could build generations of wealth.

What are some good father Day gifts?

What should I get my dad for Fathers Day?

How to save money with Father’s Day gift ideas?

What are some ideas for father’s day crafts?

What is the most common gift given on father’s day?

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MONETIZING YOUR HOBBY IN 2020

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Starting a business/ monetizing your hobby

So many persons have hobbies they enjoy doing at their leisure. It could be playing games, photography, watching television, blogging, basically anything.

But do you know there is great joy in turning your hobby to a money making venture? Won’t that be something? Doing what you love and earning from it!

Lots of people don’t see how this is achievable considering they have other jobs to do. I will give you a very good example with someone whose hobby is taking pictures.

Photography can be of any type, nature/ wildlife shots, snapping people at the park or particular interest pictures. You could simply turn this love you have for capturing moments into a business.

Either as a studio photographer or as a photography blogger. Now to monetize your hobby, there are things you need to think through. Below are a list of things to do when monetizing your photo hobby.

1. Give it a name

! As simple as this may sound. It is very important to give your new business a befitting name. A good catchy name means it will easily stick in your potential customers mind.

You don’t want a name that doesn’t roll of the tongue. For instance, Joe’s amazing photography. Think something short and punchy like Joe’s shots/ Joe’s photos. A catchy name is very vital when starting a new business.RESIDUAL INCOME/PASSIVE INCOME

2. Do your research:

This is probably the first thing you should do as it is very vast. You’re going to make research for several things. You have to check and confirm if the name of the business is already taken.

You have to research the business itself, how rampant it is in the area you want to start it. Do people in the area appreciate the services you are going to offer.

You have to research potential competitors as well. Check how successful they are, how they go about their business, how do they operate.

Proper research is very vital any how you look at it, wether you do it yourself or hire someone to do it for you. Make sure you do a very in-depth market research before you start any business.

3. Working tools

Tools and equipments are very important in any business. You don’t start a welding business without a protective welding glass. What materials do you need to start the business?

Make sure the things you need are ready. Check for the ones that are most important to start the business and buy them if you don’t have them already.

If it is the photography business you want to start, then you will need a camera, a good one of course, you may or may not need a stand, a camera stand, etc.

4. Registration and license

Off course you don’t just select a business and start without proper registration and license. It is important to go to the nearest licensing agency in your area and get registered.

Once you’re licensed, secure your license and keep it safe. It shouldn’t take more than a week to get licensed in any field of choice.

SKINCARE FOR OUTDOOR SPRING AND SUMMER

Skincare for outdoor spring and summer

There is something joyous about feeling the warmth of the sun and spending time with nature. Being outdoors has many benefits, sunlight boosts vitamin D levels in your body which is essential for strong bones and also stimulates endorphins. This explains why you feel a rush of happiness and a distraction from stress after being out in nature.

But before you put your walking shoes on, remember the sun can be a foe as much as your friend. Excessive exposure to direct sunlight can result in:
– Breakdown of collagen and elastic fibers found in the upper layers of the skin. This can quicken the appearance of wrinkles
– Reddening of the skin
– Hyperpigmentation and
– Visible dilated blood vessels around the nose and cheeksMORE INFO

To get the most of out being outside without damaging your skin, here are some ways you can modify your routine:

Cover Yourself
The sun is at its most strength between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m so try to avoid being outdoors in that period as much as possible. We get that you would much rather be in a tank top when its hot outside covering your skin with as much as possible to be safe whether it’s by adding a cap to your outfit, wearing half-sleeves or putting on sunglasses. A cotton t-shirt is equivalent to sun protection of SPF 7.Things like this can make a difference in protecting delicate skin.

Never forget SPF

While we recommend that you put on SPF every single day of the year whether its raining outside or freezing cold, never forget SPF on the days you want to be outside. Too much of the sun is not just a cause of a tan but also downright harmful. Too much exposure to the sun is linked to skin cancer, skin aging, cataracts, and immune problems. So be sure to apply a minimum of SPF 30 sunscreen 30 mins before you venture out and wear protective clothing if it is too hot outside. If you plan to spend the whole day outside, reapply sunscreen after every 3 hours in the sun.

Repair the skin

Even if you’ve taken great precautions, you should give your skin extra TLC when you get home. Wash your face with cold or normal temperature as this will not strip the skin of moisture. Exfoliate your skin with a mild scrub every 2-3 days to remove any dead skin cells. Use a light moisturizing serum or cream and massage it into your skin to hydrate it.

If unfortunately, you feel burnt by the sun, fresh aloe vera gel can solve the problem through its cooling properties.

Consider carrying a facial mist with your when you’re on-the-go with cooling ingredients such as rose water, cucumber or mint. This can give your skin an instant wake-me-up and refresh your facial skin in a pinch.

Drink plenty of fluids
Since you will sweat a lot more in the summer or when you are outdoors, be sure to keep hydrated more than usual. Dehydration is quite common in the summers and can reflect in fainting spells, dry skin, tiredness or even fatal organ failure. So keep a water bottle handy when you outside and drink at least 8-10 glasses of water every day to keep your skin looking healthy.

If plain water doesn’t isn’t your favorite, try infusing fruits and herbs to give it a flavor. Avoid reaching out to soda as it is a quick-fix to your thirst and only dehydrates your skin further.

Use summer ingredients in your skincare routine

Since you’ll be exposed to more free-radicals, fight them with anti-oxidizing ingredients. Vitamin C is an amazing antioxidant to repair sun-damaged skin and is perfect for daytime wear. You can also increase your intake of antioxidant-rich foods like grapes, berries, nuts, and green tea.

There is no reason why you cannot have amazing glowing skin and enjoy being sporty outdoors! Keep your skin safe with some of our tips and do let us know if you find other hacks to be safe in the summer..