This is the second instalment of your summer holiday (vacation) packing guide. I split my original article into two parts because that’s how I pack. I deal with my main luggage first and leave the wash bag and my hand luggage until the last minute. The reason being is that I have to use some of the stuff before I pack it.
As I am sitting on my desk, I am both excited and a bit nervous writing this article. Excited, because it’s nearly time to jet off to France for my summer holiday (or vacation if you are one of my US readers). Nervous, because I’ve never published an article dealing with the whats, whys and hows of my holiday packing.
The debate about bodybuilding and tattoos is a divider and it’s here to stay. There aren't many tattooed fitness models on the covers of our favourite men’s lifestyle magazines. Bodybuilding competitions’ judges also seem to have a view on tattooed competitors. Here is my [personal] view on bodybuilding and tattoos.
One of the best things about transforming your body is that anything looks good on you. You can show it off with well fitted clothes. Get the look of the “Runaway Baby” Bruno Mars and show everyone how good it feels to have a body you are proud of.
The pressure to look good is on, guys. Part of it may well be down to shiny adverts in glossy magazines brought by big brands keen to sell their products and aided by gorgeous models and gifted PhotoShop wizards. The bottom line is: guys are expected to look good.
Perhaps we don’t think of it that way, but skin is our body’s biggest organ. It protects our muscles and internal organs from external damage. Dry or oily, hairy or smooth, dark or light - the type of our skin is genetically determined.
We are well into February and I challenge you to name at least 3 of your New Year resolutions. Mine is to visit a Scandinavian country this year. It’s probably to do with my love of snow and the lack of it in England. Now that we had our bit of snow, however, I feel like my visit to Scandinavia is half done.