Blog - Steph Osmanski
Steph Osmanski is a freelance B2C wellness writer, blogger, and brand consultant. She can create you well-written, grammatically-correct, expertly-edited content and also provide tips on how to better manage your social media brand.
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Design Tips to Upgrade Your Bathroom

Over the years, I've gone through phases when it comes to bathroom organization. As a 21-year-old living in my first rented apartment, I was convinced the bathroom area was a space that deserved to looked lived-in. There was always a straightener on the sink, a few half-used products laying around.   Now, I like my bathroom the way I like my room: organized. Every thing that lives in my bathroom has a place. Especially when working with a smaller place, organization is key. Keep reading to check...

Tried It: Review of FLEX Menstrual Discs

What is FLEX? FLEX is an feminine hygiene product — a "menstrual disc" — that is a disposable, leak-free alternative to tampons and pads. It's a circular "disc" that gets inserted into the vaginal canal, sits at the bottom of the cervix, and alternatively, catches menstrual fluid instead of simply absorbing it like pads, tampons, and THINX period panties. According to the website, FLEX can be worn for up to 12 hours straight, is virtually undetectable to the person using it, hypoallergenic, and made without any toxins. In case those...

Tips from an Airport Pro

Traveling is one of the greatest experiences a person can have. I truly believe we're meant to be adventurers, curious in our minds and hearts, and constantly ready to learn about new places. But how adventurous can a person actually feel while trekking through a massive airport, running gate to gate, trying to make a flight? Not so much. There is a way to take the stress out of travel, especially if you're flying by plane.   Want to know my best tips for keeping traveling carefree?...

How to Build a Better Bath

Bath time is my favorite kind of self-care. It's solely dedicated to taking care of me, winding down from the stress of the day, and relaxing. What's better than that (besides maybe a glass of rose)? From bath bombs to self-made scrubs, to burning a candle to creating the perfect playlist, how you set the mood for bath time can have a profound effect on the way you are taking care of yourself.   What's the secret to building a better bath? For a long time, I would...

All Your Instagram Questions — Answered

If you haven't noticed the recent changes in the way the Instagram app works and its algorithm, then you've been living under a rock. With the new changes, first instilled in 2016, many users have questions about when to upload, what the standard privacy settings are, and how to get around Instagram's algorithm.   Below are answers to all the most frequently asked and searched IG questions. Keep reading to find out how to delete your account, deactivate it, block or unblock a user, and more! (Photo by Ramiro...

Tips for Taking Care of Your Tech

Technology — it's undeniably a huge part of our lives whether your device of choice is a phone, tablet, computer, laptop, something else, or a combo. But do you know how to really take care of your technology so that it endures its longest shelf-life possible?   Taking care of our technology, in the same way that we take care of our skin, our hair, and practice self-care, is important to maintaining it. The longer, healthier shelf life your technology has, the more possibilities you have: you can sell it...

Secrets to Clear Skin: My Skincare Routine

What's the secret to clear skin? I've had many a skincare routine throughout the years and I learned very quickly that the key to clear skin is a catered-to-you kind of approach.   In other words, there's no catch-all. Skincare is not one-size-fits-all because everyone's skin is different. Personally, I've generally suffered from combination skin but when I was younger, it was much more oily. Now that I'm in my mid-20s, my skin ventures more on the combination side of the skincare spectrum.   When I was a teenager,...