I have had this my whole life until recently. I use a scrub in the shower every day only on my nose and it's gone! Nothing fancy, just a supermarket scrub. It's caused by dead skin cells and oil. To suggest people should buy $51 of products when there is a simple fix is a bit much.
@gu3st Oh I know! But telling them so will only anger them more. You catch more flies with honey!
It's really sad to read these recounts. I am a single parent in Melbourne and honestly we are doing very well, with only the odd bad day. I started a new job in August, working 3 days a week from home. Prior to that, I was studying full-time. Reading these accounts has caused me to reflect on why we are ok. My child: rides, walks or scoots every day and we go on daily adventures finding new places to explore (we are very lucky to live near the beach and wetlands and creeks,) we see and talk to our neighbours and their kids every day (socially-distanced,) we video/snapchat/ring family every day, we read, make, play and do every day, no exceptions, and my child can get online and talk to his teacher and classmates 3 times a day. Me: no facebook, no social media except instagram, no reading of mad conspiracies and loony commentators! Exercise, a purpose each day, positive self-talk.
Zip lock bag thing was brill.
Of course he is. For every woke celebrity spruiking Biden, there is another nail in the coffin of a Dem win. America is so divided and getting rich celebrities to lecture the great unwashed is going to have the opposite effect. Anyone can see that. The left (what left?! Democrats are hardly left by any other country's standards!) needs to coax, cajole and appeal to the right, not tell them they are stupid, racists and conspiracy theorists.