Don’t Wear High Heeled Sandal

It was last Friday that we were told by our trainer to wear a corporate attire, so for me to look more decent I wore a high heeled sandal. This sandal was purchased last year when accidentally the one that I wore got busted. Good thing that my friend lends me some money to buy this pair of shoes. I thought that the brand is durable and the strap will not get easily busted but I was wrong because when I wear the sandal last Friday. It got busted while I was walking on the street with my friend.

I didn’t expect it to happen since I am not wearing it all the time. But unfortunately while we were on our way to the venue, the strap just got busted. It was so dreading hot since that was lunch time, I immediately thought to buy a pair of flip flop or gladiator sandal that doesn’t cost much but of course it was not in the mall it happened along the street, what can you expect then right?

I asked some vendor if they know a shoe repair shop around the area. One of them said that it is far yet the other one remember that there’s one that is near where we are but we need to walk a little bit. I don’t have a choice but to walk with one shoe only. I carry the other pair because if I still insist to wear both, I may get an accident anytime. My friend said that there was somebody who noticed my situation and laugh. I didn’t have time to look who the person was; the important is I need to get to the shop. Good thing the shop is just near the venue where we had our training.

Lesson learned: Do not wear a 2 inch high heeled shoes because if it will get busted, you would really walk with one foot.


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Three Best Ways to Get Rid of Turkey Neck

Do you find yourself stretching your neck just a little higher when taking pictures with loved ones because you don’t want anyone to see your turkey neck? While this term may sound funny to some, others know that it is a serious problem that can affect their self-esteem. As you age, you stop producing as much collagen as you did in your early years, which makes your skin look saggy. This can make your neck look more like the neck of a turkey than of a human. Before you start avoiding cameras and wearing scarves all the time, find out how you can get rid of that turkey neck.

Laser Treatment

If you tried home remedies in the past and still have a turkey neck, you might consider talking to a doctor about a laser treatment. The doctor will turn on a laser and direct the beam to your neck, which helps smooth out the surface of your skin. This eliminates the bumps and other problems you notice on the surface and can make the skin on your neck look both tighter and younger.

Creams and Lotions

While a laser treatment can change the look of your neck, lasers really only remove the problem spots on the surface. As you keep aging, you’ll find that your skin keeps sagging and that the effects of the laser will eventually wear off. Using the best turkey neck cream helps you fight back and stop the signs of aging from spreading to your neck. These creams contain ingredients designed to improve the look and texture of your skin and ingredients that will encourage your body to produce more collagen and to send that collagen to your neck. Many women find that using a good cream with a laser treatment completely removed the problem spots on their necks.

Neck Lift

One of the best options for those who tried other treatments and remedies in the past is a neck lift. While insurance usually won’t cover the procedure, most offices offer financing programs for those who need help paying for the surgery. The doctor will make a small incision behind each ear, lift the skin along your neck, remove any fatty deposits inside and tighten the muscles underneath your skin. You’ll recovery in 14 days or less and notice no visible scars. These remedies are all possible solutions to the turkey neck that you see when looking in the mirror.

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