35 Facts You Don’t Know About Me.


I’ve asked my relatives and friends.To the people that think I’m full of it,  BACK OFF.
  1. Charm.
  2. vulnerability.
  3. Scintillating.
  4. Smart.
  5. Ethereal.
  6. Kindness.
  7. Humility.
  8. Fresh?
  9. Playfulness.
  10. Capricious.
  11. My quality is fixed.
  12. I’m inflexible.
  13. My best friend told me I’m self-centered? What!?!?
  14. A stubborn, and arrogant girl. Agreed
  15. I love bright colours and being admired.
  16. My homie said “You hate being ignored and not being treated like a queen”
  17. A leader?
  18. Dramatic.
  19. Creative?
  20. I’m dominant and difficult to resist? What the hell does that mean?
  21. My online friends “Often has many friends for you are generous and loyal.”
  22. What I said to myself by referring in third-person”Your healthy sense of humour makes collaboration with other people even easier, warmhearted, trying to laugh and have a good time.”
  23. Loud.
  24. Fearless.
  25. Impossible to challenge?
  26. My only weaknesses are being feared and aggression towards those I confront.
  27. Finding comfort in hard times.
  28. Generous.
  29. Faithful.
  30. Aggressive.
  31. Born with a certain dignity and commitment to individual values.
  32. Born with a need to help others, they will do so even if it takes a lot of time and energy.
  33. Strong and reliable.
  34. My cousin told me”Rarely alone, for interactions with others gives you the sense of self-esteem and awareness you need, but could have trouble finding friends able to keep pace and follow the high energy they carry everywhere you go.”
  35. A weirdo that is always clumsy.


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HOW TO: 6 Exam Study Tips!

❤ To people that need help and don’t want to die because of an exam ❤

Another Unpredictable Girl

“The secret of getting ahead is getting started”

                                                                                       – Mark Twain

This week is going to be crazy! My dog, Cesar’s birthday is on 5th March and he is turning 2 years old. That’s great. My birthday is on 8th March and I’ll be turning 18 this year. Again, great. My first paper, which is history, is on 9th March and I don’t do great in history. So I will have to spend my 18th birthday studying for a freaking history paper!!!

Anyway here are some study tips that I find useful. Hope they help! 🙂

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Sunshine Blogger Award

A special thank you to thegeckoonline for the nomination! Check her blog out it’s very punny. Get it? No.. ok.Without further ado let’s be blessed about this- psst, I’m the one who is blessed XP.


  • Thank the person(s) who nominated you in a blog post and link back to their blog.
  • Answer the 11 questions sent by the person who nominated you.
  • Nominate 11 new blogs to receive the award and write them 11 new questions.
  • List the rules and display the Sunshine Blogger Award logo on your post and/or on your blog.


1.What’s one of the most important things in your life (to you)?

I want to say my MacBook but not to be crazy, my family.

2.What is your favourite childhood book, and how has it shaped you?

Poppy the Ballerina.The book is about Poppy the rabbit, the character, wants to make her dream come true.She wants to dance at a huge theatre.Her dream came true, but when the dream came true she was forgotten.Her family and friends didn’t even get a hint about her.She then sacrifices her dream and rather be with her family.I think it shaped me pretty well, I rather sacrifice myself for anything to not be forgotten even if it would hurt myself

3.If you could have witnessed any event in history, what would it have been?

I don’t know.

4.If you could only eat one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Heavy cream mushroom soup.

5.What is your favourite and least favourite word, why?

The word is focus because I hate being focus but I also love to say it.

6.What is one of your biggest fears?

Me being somewhere when there is thunder.I have experienced it once and I was scared to death.

7.Which book character has influenced you the most?

Does Harry from Harry Potter count?

8.If you could create any spell, what would you call it and what would it do?

the spell: jigga-jigga lock

What would it do: It will lock someone in a room full of phytons.

9.If you could live in any country, where would you go?


10.How do you feel about public speaking?

It’s ok, I don’t have a phobia about public speaking or anything so it’s cool.

11.If you could be an animal for a day, what would you be and why?

A panda because they are big, cute and majestic.

Ok, those are the questions that I answered.Now time for me to nominate people.


Ok that’s all, I have no one to nominate so… yeah


1.Between a croissant and a cronut, which one do you think it’s the best?

2.You have done something horrible to a person and all you need to do is kill the person.How would you kill the person?

3.If you wear makeup, what is your favourite makeup brand? Why?

4.What book are you currently reading?

5.When you grow up, what kind of country would you like to go and why?

6.Are you a part time YouTuber?

7.Would you rather live in a rest home or in a home full of nurses but slow?

8.When do you think you will get married?

9.Jail or prison?

10.Do you always add pictures for your posts?

11.Who is your favourite blogger?

XOXO, Salma

How To Make Your Own Massage Oil.


Massages can be healing, relaxing and uplifting for the body and mind, and high-quality massage oil can do wonders to enhance the benefits of a massage.

Although massage oils are often thought of as an expensive and luxurious product you buy at a salon or spa, it’s actually quite easy to make your own custom massage oil blend at home.

Here’s what you will need:

A Glass Bottle

The size is up to you, but the most important thing is that the glass is dark or tinted in some way. This is to protect your oils from going rancid.

A Carrier Oil

Your carrier oil is your base oil and will make up the majority of your massage oil blend. These are 5 popular and effective choices:

Coconut oil: Coconut oil will give your blend a tropical scent, as well as all the benefits to your hair, skin, and nails that coconut oil is so well known for.

Sweet almond oil: This is probably the most widely used massage oil as it spreads well and is easily absorbed by the skin. It has a mild, nutty aroma that blends well with many different scents.

Cold-Pressed sunflower oil: This is a great budget alternative to sweet almond oil. Rich in vitamins, it also spreads just as well as sweet almond oil and has a very mild scent, which makes it very versatile. It does tend to leave a little extra grease on the skin, however.

Grapeseed oil: This is a light oil that works best with oily skin types. High in vitamins, it is almost odourless, which means it will mix well with any scents you choose.

Olive oil: This oil tends to be thicker and greasier than the others and has a stronger smell. The benefits of the oil, however, are that it can effectively soothe joint and muscle pain, as well as improve skin strength and elasticity. Good for very dry skin.

3. Essential Oils
Once you have your carrier oil, you’ll need to choose some essential oils. Your choice can be based on the scent of an oil and on the effect it has on your muscles or your mood. Here are some common oils:

· Lavender
· Lemon
· Rosemary
· Sandalwood
· Cinnamon
· Peppermint
· Rose
· Jasmine
· Eucalyptus
· Sweet Marjoram
· Sweet Orange
· Bergamot

You can make a good massage oil using only one of these, but most massage oil blends use three or more. As you become more experienced at making your own blends, you’ll get better at mixing and understanding what oils work well together.

Until then, here’s a simple ‘relaxation’ blend you can try:

  • ¼ cup carrier oil
  • 7 drops lavender essential oil
  • 7 drops rosemary essential oil
  • 7 drops bergamot essential oil (optional)

As a general rule, you’ll want to use about 70 drops of essential oils for every 8 oz. of carrier oil. To blend the oils, drop the essential oils into your glass bottle first, then add the carrier oil. Put the top on the bottle, and then roll the bottle between your palms in order to blend the oils.

Not only is making your own blend wonderful for when you want to give personalised massages to friends and family, but massage oils also make very popular and appreciated gifts. We hope you enjoy making and using these as much as we do!

6 ways to straighten your hair naturally.

Have you ever want to straight your hair but you don’t have a straightener.Well, I will tell you 6 easy ways to straighten your hair naturally.Please continue reading and don’t worry I have added some gifs to add some joy. ❤


Avoid using heat or chemical straighteners that will damage your hair over time. Instead, there are healthier alternative ways to coax your hair into the style you want.

Straight hair is stylish, pretty, and convenient, especially for wintertime. The problem, however, is that many of the tools used, such as heat and chemical straighteners, are really bad for your hair. Over time, they dry it out, split the ends, and you end up with straight hair that’s not nearly as attractive as it once was.

Fortunately, there are some other methods for encouraging curly or wavy hair to straighten out naturally, without using heat or chemicals. You won’t get the pin-straight look from the iron, but you’ll have healthier hair that’s more or less straight with volume.

1. Brush wet hair until it dries


After washing your hair, let it air dry completely, but continue to brush it every five minutes. Pull out and hold each section of hair for a few seconds to encourage it to straighten out. You can also do this in front of a fan, which is faster but requires constant brushing.

2. Wrap wet hair tightly

When your hair is wet, comb and divide it down the centre. Comb the left portion all the way over to the right (yes, it’s a combover of sorts) and wrap around the back of your head, securing with bobby pins. Flip the right section over the left side, wrap, and pin in the same way. Let it air dry completely. You can wrap in a silk scarf and sleep on it to reduce frizz.

3. Roll your hair


Use large hair rollers, i.e. the size of soda cans, to roll sections of wet hair and secure them tightly against your head. Let dry completely. This is important because the slightest bit of moisture can make the curl or wave come back.

4. Use overnight hair hands


Divide damp hair into one or two low ponytails. Fasten with a soft hair elastic, then add additional elastics every inch or so down the ponytail, in order to hold it together. Make sure the elastics are fairly loose so that they won’t leave a noticeable mark on your hair. Go to sleep and let it out in the morning.

5. Twist hair into a bun



If you have fairly obedient, straightish hair to begin with, then this method will likely work for you, though it’s not effective on my stubbornly wavy hair. Make a ponytail of damp hair and twist like a rope. Wrap around itself to make a bun and secure with an elastic. Let air dry, then brush out.

6. Make a natural straightening mask


The Free People beauty blog recommends making a milk and honey mask. Mix 1 cup of whole milk or coconut milk with 1 tbsp of honey and let it soak into your hair and scalp for one hour before washing out.

You can also mix 2 cups milk with 1 egg. Soak your hair in it for 10 minutes, then squeeze out, don’t rinse, and wrap with a plastic cover for another 30 minutes. Wash out and brush dry.

A recipe from Glamrs recommends applying the following DIY straightening mask twice a week for 2 months in order to relax and straighten your hair: 1 cup coconut milk, 5-6 tbsp lemon juice, 2 tbsp olive oil, 3 tbsp cornstarch. Heat at low temperature and stir until smooth. Cool, then apply to hair.

To all of these methods, add a few drops of sweet almond or coconut oil to tame frizz and smooth out the look.

How to make your own french toast THE RIGHT WAY.


Did you know that there are many ways to create something? Well, the answer is yes and those many ways are mostly wrong.I will tell you how to create French toast the right way.I tried three different ways to create it and between those three there is only one.If you are not familiar with French toast sometimes it’s called eggy bread.It’s not really toasted, but fried bread.It would make a wonderful teatime treat.

The things you will need~

  • Two bowls
  • A frying pan
  • Fish slice
  • A fork or a spoon
  • Toppings (optional)

The ingredients, you will need~

(for 2-3 servings )

  • One egg for each type of toast.
  • Three slices of bread for each egg.
  • Large pinches of salt and pepper.

For frying~

  • 30g (1 oz) butter.
  • 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil.

Now let’s mix them all together~

  1. Break an egg into a bowl.Add the salt and pepper and beat the egg with a fork until it is evenly mixed and frothy.
  2. Dip each slice of bread into the beaten egg so that the bread is evenly coated with egg on both sides.
  3. Heat the butter and oil in the frying pan.When the pan is hot, fry the bread on both sides until it is golden brown.
  4. You can add toppings if you want because it’s optional.

Now you can enjoy the French toast like you are eating chicken.

Here are some pictures of my French toast.

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For the first time in life, someone understands why the hell the quote is wrong.If you know what movie she is talking about you would probably understand why the quote is wrong.

(I might delete this because this is something random no one wants to know)