It sometimes seems that so many people shy away from talking about their chronic illness for fear of rejection. Luckily, this wasn’t the case with my friend Kim, she really doesn’t care what people think.
Teen OTC medicine abuse is something all parents hope to never have to contend with but it’s better to have the information & not have to use it than to be caught unaware. An expert helps us navigate the sneaky warning signs.
Well, I’ve found a way to achieve that, and I wanted to share it with you! First, the backstory. I woke up last week with an angry red lump on the underside of my upper arm. It got progressively larger over the next few days, and it hurt.
I’ve found a way to end the whole “Where do you want to go to dinner?” conversation/argument FOREVER! I even get cashback at a ton of different restaurants now.
Working from home conjures up images of slow mornings, impromptu lunch with friends, working in pajamas and the ultimate flexible schedule. While those experiences may be commonplace for some, new work from home moms can struggle until they find their groove.
Permanent change for the better only comes when one is completely fed up with their current circumstance. If you can identify something in your life that you’d like to change for good, start HERE.
I’m a busy woman with a lot going on both professionally and personally, so it’s essential that my daily health and wellness routine is something that I can get done quickly every morning.
It’s easy to hold a grudge after a fight and just not talk to your spouse for the next two days. Don’t! Use these 8 criteria to see if you should apologize after an argument. I agree that apologizing is hard but it’s a lot harder to mend a broken relationship.