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How to Attract the Good & Repel the Bad (*click here to comment)


It’s a Tweeter!

“Karma really is the bitch the say she is, so make it a daily practice to spread love, not hate.”@AddictiveDau #GetAddictedToTheGoodStuff


Have you ever been tempted to do something in the spur of the moment that you just knew deep down was probably going to have negative consequences somewhere down the line?


For example, finding a brand new iPhone on the floor of a shop and choosing to sell it on Ebay, rather than handing it in.


Or, lying to your friend that you’re ill and can’t go to her party, when in fact you’re on your way to meet the tall dark handsome stranger that asked you on a date last night.


There are countless ways we can trick ourselves into justifying our not-so-loving behavior, but in the long run, consciously making bad choices always catches up with us.




In today’s Life Nugget, we’ll share with you the number one reason you SHOULDN’T make the same mistake we did recently, as well as our top tip to help you attract only GOOD stuff into your life.   


After watching the video, let us know in the comments below what weird & wonderful act you performed today to spread the love & attract karma of the happy kind.


Big love,
Persia & Joey


How to Silence Perves – without being a b*tch (*click here to comment)


It’s a Tweeter!

“If you don’t want to feel like a victim of sexist banter, choose not to respond to it like one.”@AddictiveDau #GetAddictedToTheGoodStuff


One of us was walking down the street recently, when up ahead, we saw some scaffolding with a group of builders milling around drinking tea.


Our heart sank.


We knew what was inevitably coming:


“Alright darling! Nice rack!”


“Heeeeey sexy, show us ya bum!”


(And this would be on a good day).


As every Addictive Daughter knows, there’s nothing more humiliating than being jeered at by a group of blokes trying to impress their mates with sexist “banter”.


What’s worse, even the most witty & eloquent of us often find ourselves struggling to respond to said jeering with a comeback that doesn’t sound totally naff.


Instead, we typically warble out a meek “F**k you!” before awkwardly shuffling off.


Well, NO MORE!


In today’s Life Nugget, we share with you our tried & tested solution to silencing perves – without being a b*tch.


This is a really juicy topic today, so we REALLY want to hear from you in the comments below. How have you responded to sexist jeering in the past? What was the reaction?


Big love,

Persia & Joey xx

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How to Guarantee a (GREAT) 2nd Date (*click here to comment)

It’s a Tweeter! “If you want to have a healthy & successful relationship, set the tone from the 1st date.”@AddictiveDau #GetAddictedToTheGoodStuff     Lizzie just didn’t get it.   They’d had such a laugh on their 1st date together, getting sozzled on Sauvignon down at…

What to do when you feel like a Billy-No-Mates (*click here to comment)

It’s a Tweeter!“Show up for the people who show up for you.” @AddictiveDau #GetAddictedToTheGoodStuff   Have you ever got really excited about throwing yourself a birthday party, only to find yourself spending the majority of said party lamenting the fact that hardly anyone’s shown up?…

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