Before your working day begins, we have three stories for you to muse over on IMAGE.ie during your morning commute. Gwyneth Paltrow had us discussing her beauty routine, we have a hack designed to help you concentrate while reading and Elizabeth Banks is setting up a female comedy club. Intriguing...
The Oscar-winning actress recently launched her own skincare range, skincare line, Goop by Juice Beauty, so the star knows a thing or two about what makes a product work and it isn't all based on organic ingredients from the rainforest; she likes to go back to basics, and cites her daughter, Apple as the make-up expert in her life. Oh, and she let bees sting her face to improve her skin. Make of that what you will.
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In our digital age of endless distractions, it can be all too easy for your mind to wander on a tangent. From packed calendars to mile-long to-do lists, it can be a task to get five minutes to eat, let alone sit down with your favourite book. However, a?new study has shed light on how to train our brain to concentrate better when reading, and it appears to be down to meditation.
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If the name ?WhoHaha? wasn't self-explanatory enough, the freshly-launched website focuses on bringing funny women to the forefront of the comedic world. The brainchild of?Pitch Perfect?writer and Hunger Games?actress Elizabeth Banks, it aims to make sure any hilarious clips, laugh-out-loud sketches or tummy-achingly funny stand-ups by women actually reach a global audience.