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Emma

Online article editor

Location icon Australia

Emma Lawson is a passionate writer, online article editor and a health enthusiast. In her spare time, she likes to discover the beauty of her home land, and write articles to create awareness regarding healthy lifestyle. She also strives to suggest innovative home remedies that can help you lead quality and long life.

Portfolio
YFS Magazine: Startups, Small Business and Entrepreneurship Culture
12/25/2016
How To Feng Shui Your Office Desk: A Beginner's Zen Guide

All work and no play can make even the most motivated entrepreneurs' enthusiasm wane over time, especially if the workspace isn't designed with peak focus, creativity, and comfort in mind. Of all the workplace features that have a hand in productivity and work satisfaction, the office desk is the most important one.

Stylish Circle
What would women do for beauty

Women and beauty routines - a never-ending bittersweet struggle. The more time goes by the more we become surprised by all the treatments, practices and procedures women are ready to pay for in order to look more beautiful. From placenta pilings,

Northshoremums
Seven great boredom busting tips for teenagers

While most teenager's days can be described by "so much to do, so little time, there are times when there's simply nothing to do. Sure, pure relaxing can be fun for a short period, but a cool teen need something more interesting to keep things lit!

Wildcat Fitness
10/04/2016
Guest Blog Post on the Power of Matcha Green Tea

I was very excited a couple of weeks ago when Australian lifestyle Blogger Emma Lawson got in touch with me to ask if she could write a guest post for the Wildcat Blog - even more so when she asked if she could write something about Matcha Tea.

RightPatient
11/11/2016
Big Data and Healthcare - The Present and the Future - RightPatient

Healthcare is one of the largest and the most complex ecosystems that humans as a species have brought to life. With healthcare providers, payers, researchers, patients and additional entities that all have their own needs and agendas, it has grown into a world of its own, governed by its own rules and featuring a perpetual tug-of-war between the different interest groups.

The Good Men Project
08/24/2016
The Lifestyle Guide of the Millennial Man -

Modern men are redefining the traditional codes of manhood set by the previous generations, with being more accepting of a "softer role" in the society (e.g. egalitarian and stay-at-home dads, or feminists). This fact, along with many other historical and socio-economical factors, shaped a specific lifestyle of a millennial man.

Onyamagazine
The Art of Keeping Your Kids Cool During Summer

Is there a child that doesn't look forward to summer? And isn't there a parent behind every happy child, worrying about sunburn, dehydration, and heatstroke? For kids, staying indoors in summer is virtually impossible, because all they want to do is go outside and play, so it's up to you to get creative and think of something that will allow them to have fun and stay safe from the heat at the same time.

Bean's Beauty Blog
Sydney, Australia: Where To Stay, Eat & Shop.

Wanting to offer a little more information/guides to my travel portfolio, I am happy to welcome Emma to my blog, who has put together a mini Sydney Travel Guide for the first-timer. Thinking of going to Sydney, this is one post you cannot afford to miss.

Talented Ladies Club
04/07/2016
How to choose the perfect pet for your family - Talented Ladies Club

Thinking about caving into demands from your kids for a pet? Find out which animal would make the perfect pet for your family. If your home is anything like ours, you'll have battled with requests for pets many times over the years - from the reasonable (a hamster) to the ridiculous (a baby fox - my daughter's latest obsession).

Eatable
05/04/2016
Tea Philosophy and Your Daily Meditation - Eatable

The custom of tea drinking goes back for millennia and it is very common in Eastern civilizations, where it is ritualized and is part of daily spiritual practice. Asian nations such as China, Japan, India and many other Asian cultures have the so called tea ceremony that is a ceremonial preparation and presentation of tea in connection with daily meditation and the practice of mindfulness.

Rawfoodgirl
http://rawfoodgirl.com.au/2016/07/fight-colds-naturally-with-living-foods/

We live in fast paced times when it seems we can't afford to get sick, yet we still haven't found good preventative measures against flu and the common cold. The best fighters against these are still the same ones that our ancestors used in ancient times, namely, herbs, roots, and raw living food.

EscapeArtist
06/13/2016
Improving Quality of Your Business Travels - EscapeArtist

Posted on 06/13/2016 ~ Categorized as Work Unlike in the past, modern business is constantly on the move and, if you want to succeed, you will be forced to chase after it. This applies to going one meeting to another, from one conference to the next one and so on and so forth.

organic4greenlivings.com
07/13/2016
"Cold Brewed Drinks to Beat the Heat!"

Summer is here and everyone just cannot wait to lie around the beach and soak up the sun. However, even though you enjoy such relaxing time, you will find yourself melting from the heat. Luckily, there are a few cold drinks to keep you hydrated and cooled down.

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