To clean my teeth, I use a drop of peppermint essential oil and a pinch of bicarbonate of soda (baking powder) on an electric toothbrush.
It is also possible to add coconut oil, as described in my video “How to make a #toothpaste and a face scrub using coconut oil?“.
I am grateful for the fantastic book by Nadine Artemis, Renegate Beauty, which is a great source of inspiration as regards natural beauty.
Of course, I recorded a review of Renegate Beauty on youtube “Renegate #Beauty – 10 #books to rebuild our life Series – 10“.
For this delicious and refreshing summer dip, simply mix in your blender the following ingredients:
- Olive oil
- A bit of water to mix everything.
Enjoy my friend my sister!
When you arrive in Tunisia, you have 3 months to apply for a visa or residency card.
You need to bring:
- the form the police will give to you and copy of the same,
- a tax payment of TND 150 and copy of the same,
- 2 certified copies of your tenancy agreement,
- a recent banking proof and copy of the same,
- 2 copies of the first page of your passport,
- 2 copies of the last page of your passport where the date of entry is shown,
- 5 photos,
- 1 stamp of TND 15 for the card,
- 2 birth certificates if you have children.
Moreover, you will be asked some questions, to make sure you are trustworthy and serious in your application.
Whenever I meet someone, one question keeps coming back: “What about the man?”
Of course I share my story with you my friend my sister. Thus, I even wrote The Knot in the Spiral to prevent you from falling into similar traps.
Nevertheless, I choose not to talk about that topic with the new people around me. I learn that saying “I do not talk about this” was a magical sentence to stop further questions, politely and kindly.
Since I arrived in my new country, the word I heard the most is: “Welcome”.
While I express gratitude for Tunisia, Africa, my new place of living, I invite you to welcome the strangers and the newbies you meet today.
One of my dreams recently came true: I own an aloe vera and it lives on my kitchen counter.
From time to time, I cut one of its leaves and use the pulp for smoothies or for my skin.