Nobody is alone in enjoying some Netflix in the evenings! I personally love popping on a suspenseful series to wind down before bed. It’s been a tradition for everyone to zone out with all sorts of on-screen entertainment.
We all love a heart-warming, animal rescue story. Giving an animal another chance at life or a better home is inspiring. All animals deserve to be loved and cared for. I like to think all pet owners strive to provide the best environment for them. Whether it’s intentional or not, sometimes an animal’s situation has to change. Not every home is the best for them.
Our day-to-day habits and actions affect who we are. We can’t control everything, but there are things we can. The kind of lifestyle we live is based on our habits and choices we make.
Are you looking to lose weight? Maybe you’ve been working out, but haven’t perfected your diet yet? You may be reading this because, like me, you suffer from an autoimmune disorder and need guidance. If you are any of these three people, you’ve come to the right place!
My dread journey at the time of writing this is merely nine months along. My dread babies are still maturing. They haven’t even begun to grow, and it could take another year before I see any natural length. This fact doesn’t really upset me though. Part of having dreadlocks is being patient and accepting things you can’t control. This is the biggest reason why I decided to dread my hair. I needed to practice more patience.
A lot of dog owners don't use a dog crate. A dog crate, or a kennel, is a metal or plastic box used to replicate a den. Crates are typically used in the home, but they are also a useful travel tool.