How to Marie Kondo your underwear drawer.

"To put your things in order means to put your past in order, too. It's like resetting your life and settling your accounts so that you can take the next step forward." Marie Kondo. I’m a pretty tidy person, I like surfaces to be clear and feel that everything should have its place and be …

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Ethical working conditions (we should recommend them to the Spice Girls!)

What shocking news yesterday to hear that the Spice Girls Comic Relief t-shirt designed to “champion equality for women” was actually made in “inhuman conditions”. Read the whole article HERE When we started Viva Voluptuous our plan was to make beautiful things for beautiful plus size women to make them feel......... beautiful!! So how wrong …

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How to Survive Blue Monday

The third Monday of January has been awarded the gloomy title of Blue Monday due to a combination of post-Christmas blues, cold dark nights and the arrival of unpaid credit card bills. Apparently, a university professor managed to precisely calculate the most depressing day of the year, using the following formula: Where weather=W, debt=d, time …

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6 Tips for Surviving New Year Negativity

Thank you Jade Eloise for allowing us to reblog this 🥰

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“Do I think that 2018 is going to be some movie-worthy, epiphany filled adventure? No, probably not (though one can always hope). But what I do know, is that for the first time in a long time, I’m willing to make the most of my year.”
A New Years Resolution (2018).

Well, hello 2019. It’s nice to meet you. We’re only a few days in but you seem fairly okay so far. But, before we get in too deep, I do have just one question…

Can someone please tell me how the hell we got here?

I have no idea where the past year of my life has gone, and I’m starting to realise that every time my parents, grandparents, teachers, and even random strangers on the street told me that ‘life goes fast’, they weren’t joking (something I’m still desperately trying to come to terms with).


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