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Whenever you rush to accomplish anything in life, whether it’s for work or a simple household task, you often mess it up. That’s why taking your time is so important. Even when you are in a rush, you can still take your time and complete the task in a timely manner. When you take your time, it ensures that you won’t make little mistakes or overlook anything. The same is true in fashion. When you are getting dressed for work, you don’t just throw a bunch of things together (well, maybe if you are running late!) and head out the door. No — you take your time selecting the right pair of pants, button-down shirt, tie and cufflinks to wear. When you take your time, you end up with a good-looking ensemble.
If you rush, you could end up with a color mismatches or the wrong pair of cufflinks. No matter how much of a rush you are in, it’s important to remember that slow and steady always wins the fashion race. Perhaps this exquisite pair of Turtle Cufflinks can serve as a friendly reminder for you to take your time. Made from sterling silver, each cufflink resembles a beautiful turtle. Reminiscent of the famous fable, The Tortoise and the Hare, these cufflinks are perfect for any man who needs to slow down in life and fashion. You can find these Turtle Cufflinks in our Land Animal Cufflink selection, full of fun and playful animal cufflink designs for the animal lover in you. Just make sure that you take your time when selecting the right pair!
Who says that the fellas get to have all the fun? Cufflinksman introduces a select line of cufflinks for women that will remind consumers that it is good to be a girl! Adorable and stylish accents in motifs that will register with the female population; ladies cufflinks present the option to accessorize and accent business casual and formal attire, adorning each cuff with a hint of sophistication.
Some of the women’s cufflinks available include the timeless sex-symbol: the black stiletto heel. These Black High Hill Shoe Cufflinks for women are graced with the same convenient wear that the men are accustomed to with torpedo-style closure and handcrafted Silver-plated Rhodium finish. The black liqueur of each tiny shoe glimmers against the high-sheen of the polished silver setting. Tiny sparkling crystals accentuate each heel, exuding glamor and a vintage style to the world.
The Red Glass Shoes Cufflinks are an exemplary pair of unique ladies cufflinks that will add just a touch of ruby red to the cuff, seamlessly accenting apparel for any occasion or event. The torpedo-style backing is securely attached to each silver filigree shoe, with insoles accented in glossy red enamel. These women’s cufflinks are delicate and detailed, perfect for the wearer who is new to accessorizing or who wants to make a fun and sassy impression.
Some ladies cufflinks are also a popular favorite among the men also. Take for instance the vintage-styled Pin Up Girl Cufflinks from Cufflinksman. The silver plated silhouette of the curvacious bombshell will delight and engage, while sparking confidence and swagger in the men and women wearing them. The popular bullet-style back secures during wear, keeping each cufflink intact and in place.
What You Should Never Brag About in Front of Women
Your hunting skills, i.e. how you shot down a deer from a 50 ft range, etc: The idea of dead animals just gives women the creeps and killing innocent little forest runners for the ‘sport’ of it is not only horrifying, but also a big turn off. Leave your ‘gun’ and ‘bambi’ conversation (and pictures!) at the door.
Your fighting skills: True, women love a protector in a partner, someone who will stick up for them in the face of danger, but that does not mean how many guys you’ve drunkenly battled with at bars, how many ‘asses’ you’ve kicked, and how great your upper cut is.
The size of your manhood: Because everyone knows it’s all about how you “carry” yourself, not how you talk about yourself. Don’t even TALK about it, just smirk and let them wonder.
What You Should Brag About in Front of Women
Your cooking skills: It diminishes the negative line of gender role exclusivity and shows that you are comfortable working in the kitchen. It also shows your love of sating/providing for others in new ways. Let’s face it, you don’t go out to hunt for food anymore (as a society, we’re passed that, at least in certain ways), so why not tackle that chicken in the kitchen, sauté it in your grandmother’s sauce, and don’t forget the garnishes.
Your strong magic fingers (for massage purposes of course!): It will implant the idea of skin/touching/feeling in her mind, which inevitably leads to other strains of thought. Plus it’s always a ‘plus’ when you can administer a great massage with your strong hands.
Your grandmother: It shows that you appreciate the women in your life and honor their presence, even if they are no longer around. It shows respect, reverence, and an ultra sweet side that women love to witness. Plus women get all warm inside when you discuss other your admiration for your old grannie, and for bonus points, how much you love your precious little niece can also be thrown into the mix.
Are you over or under parenting your child?
There have been numerous reports throughout the past century regarding the proper parenting techniques. Is it possible to spoil an infant (under 1 yr.)? (The answer is a resounding no.) But what about when the child gets older…can you smother him/her with parental affection and attention? The answer is a resounding yes.
Askmen.com has a new article discussing this issue. In a recent study, results have shown that fathers who don’t try to hard, end up being better parents. You know, the fathers that like to compete with each other, “Oh Tommy’s better at this…I take him here everyday…” Studies have shown that Little Tommy will grow up better with a less worried and stressed father, than an over-protective one trying to keep up with the Jones’ family.
“Coping With New Parenthood”
“The latest research out of Ohio State University, which appears in the journal Personality and Individual Differences, suggests that parents who feel pressure to be perfect parents can work at cross purposes. Called the “New Parents Project,” this study is one part of a longitudinal look at how working parents cope with new parenthood. The researchers studied 182 couples who became parents between 2008 and 2010, and found that external pressure to be perfect parents affects parenting skills differently than self-directed, internal pressure to be a good parent.
The difference was most striking for fathers. If new fathers were particularly worried about living up to the social ideals of their peer group, they tended to do worse than fathers who put the pressure on themselves. Mothers, on the other hand, showed more parental stress no matter where the pressure came from. One other interesting note is that fathers who responded to self-directed, internal pressure and didn’t give a hoot about keeping up with the Joneses tended to be better fathers. The researchers added that they weren’t sure what the long-term effects on parenting this kind of internal pressure would have, but for newborns it can be a good thing”
In a recent article published by Psych Central, By Rick Nauert PhD Senior News Editor, Reviewed by John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on November 30, 2011:
“Parents of newborns show poorer adjustment to their new role if they believe society expects them to be “perfect” moms and dads, a new study shows.
While stress upsets each parent, stress influences each parent in different ways. Moms showed less confidence in their parenting abilities and dads felt more stress when they were more worried about what other people thought about their parenting skills.
However, self-imposed pressure to be perfect was somewhat better for parents, especially for fathers, according to the results.”
Nauert also claims that “Societal-oriented perfectionism is “being concerned about what other people think about your parenting,” Schoppe-Sullivan said. It was measured by asking people how much they agreed with statements like “Most people always expect me to always be an excellent parent.”
So next time you want to coddle your 12 year old son, think again fathers. The trick is to be stress-free, a mean between extremes, and always keep your cool.
Straight from our in-house psychic/quiz master. Yes, that’s right…our own personal guru guide to spirit animals right here at Cufflinksman. What does your animal spirit guide say about you?? Ages 3 and up.
Here’s what you do to find out. Look at the following list of words and pick whichever word sticks out to you/fits you the most.
Scroll down for the results….
If you picked Loyal, Your Animal Spirit Guide is a Dog: You are a very loyal and family member. Resilient against troubles, but anxious when alone. Naturally intuitive.
f you picked Dreamy, Your Animal Spirit Guide is a Cat: Family oriented, playful, sometime fierce personality. Occasionally has trust issues with others and can be easily swayed. This leads to indecisiveness in most activities. However, when you find something you love, you stick with it.
If you picked Joyous, Your Animal Spirit Guide is a Dolphin: Generally extremely loving personality, you charm your way out of any problem and love being the center of attention. Naturally understanding and sympathetic. You can be manipulative and deceitful at times, but never malicious.
f you picked Flirtatious, Your Animal Spirit Guide is a Bird: You tend to be a picky person. Sensitive and hard to control, your a thoughtful person, but not especially deep. You can sometimes be timid around new people and prefer not to be in large groups and outings.
f you picked Free Spirited, Your Animal Spirit Guide is a Horse: You have a free, carefree spirit. The thoughts of others don’t effect you the they do other people. You would rather travel around your whole life than be stuck in one place forever. Generally nomadic people, however extremely loyal to one or two persons their entire life.
If you picked Helpful, Your Animal Spirit Guide is a Lady Bug: You’re a humble, a closet do-gooder type. You secretly love making others happy and love bringing fortune into others’ lives.