At Wahanda, we find it pretty difficult to imagine life without the internet. How did people manage without internet banking and internet shopping? What did people do when they needed to get somewhere quickly and there were no Google Maps? And how did people get all the information they were looking for without search engines? The mind boggles.
Luckily for us, the internet does exist (and we don’t have to bother with dial-up anymore. What a faff that was). We’re at our leisure to read about anything we want, discover new things and ask any questions that have been bugging us. Which is exactly what the Wahanda community is for.
As usual, you’ve all been pretty busy this week asking questions for your fellow health and beauty enthusiasts to answer. Here are just some of the things that you were able to ask that your poor internet-deprived grandparents wouldn’t have been:
We all dream of long, strong, beautiful nails – but unfortunately there are plenty of factors that conspire against us. Whether you bite your nails, lack certain nutrients in your diet or constantly have your hands in a bowl of washing up water, it’s time to start showing your hands a bit more TLC. Read our experts’ top tips to get your fingertips looking great in no time – go on, we know you can nail it.
Patience is a virtue, but it can be difficult playing the waiting game when it comes to hair. Looking forward to luscious long locks, but fed up with that pesky ‘in between’ stage? Before you run for the scissors in desperation, have a look at what our clever community has to say. You’ll have a better barnet in no time...
Anyone who has suffered from chronic pain will know that it’s no laughing matter. Constant pain can prevent you from living your life the way you want to – leading to frustration and even depression. Wondering which treatments are best suited to managing your pain? All you have to do is ask – our experts and enthusiasts will be only too happy to help you.
Running is an exhilarating form of exercise that can leave you fit, toned and full of endorphins. Thinking of hitting the track? Don’t expect to be able to run for miles on your first day. It’s important to build up stamina slowly – and our community have lots of tips to help you do just that. Before you know it, you’ll be headed for the Olympics...
Got a question you’d like to ask? Fire away! All you have to do is head to our community page and get typing. Alternatively, why not read up on all the different ways you can get involved with Wahanda this Bank Holiday weekend.
Angharad is a writer with a special soft spot for blogging. She loves to try new things and believes that whilst beauty and well-being are extremely important, it's also vital to stay true to yourself. Follow her here on her quest to discover the health and beauty solutions that are right for her.See my profile »