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Excellent advice and blog from Heather Stewart Whyte
Heather Stewart-Whyte got her first modelling job by replying to an ad by Elite Model Management at age 17 after becoming a nanny. She did not begin modelling full-time until age 21. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, Heather performed runway shows for Versace, Armani, Saint-Laurent and Lagerfeld. She also modeled for Victoria’s Secret, Christian Dior, and Maybelline. Heather also landed magazine covers such as back-to-back September Vogue Paris in 1991 and 1992, and the British and Italian editions of both Elle and Marie Claire and French Elle.
More recently Heather inspires people with her health, beauty and mindset editorials. So we are so excited to have her on board with us here at MilliOnAir.
BEAUTY FROM WITHIN
”There are so many things we can do to look and feel good and I will be covering every part of the body…
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Jaguar and Allies have been named as one of the 25 best wildlife blogs by Feedspot.com Join us and support The Jaguar new Facebook page.
Until now I’ve just connected this blog to my personal Facebook profile: forcing information about wild cats down my friends’ throats. In a rare stroke of mercy, I’ve now designated a separate page for unloading my wildlife obsession.
The Jaguar and Allies‘ new Facebook page is, of course, primarily a site for promoting this blog. However, I will also be using it to share news stories and other articles…
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The Great Green Wall is the biggest tree planting project in human history by far and has already reversed the net growth of deserts in China. It seems to be a big success but it’sdifficult to be 100% certain as plenty of businesses and government agencies have strong incentives to tout its succeess while those scientists who fear the new forrests may deplete the groundwater are sidelined
From the top of a certain windblown hill in Duolun county, in China’s Inner Mongolia province, the view could be described as either profoundly inspiring or deeply strange. For miles around, the terrain is dun-coloured, dry, sandy desert stubbled with yellow grass. But the cluster of hillsides closest to the one I found myself standing on in the spring of 2016 were emblazoned with enormous, carefully configured swatches of green trees.
They were planted to form geometric shapes: a square, a hollow-centred…
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