Namaste. Active yogi and life enthusiast. It has become her mission to spread the benefits of having the mind, body, and soul in tune with one another.
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Why Buying Direct-to-Consumer Mattress is The Smartest Choice Supported By: Lull
Why Buying a Direct-to-Consumer Mattress is the Smartest Choice (For Your Body & Your Wallet) I’ve recently hit a major life milestone— my boyfriend and I have moved in together. The first week was stressful: our couch couldn’t fit up the staircase, and our internet installation kept getting pushed back despite waiting all day for its arrival. However, our top-priority purchase (our Lull Mattress) was thankfully the one that didn’t fail us. In fact, it exceeded our expectations.
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7 Travel Hacks for Women On the GoCreated with: INTIMINA
We’ve always known that women are bold, strong, and powerful, but now the rest of the world is starting to catch up, too. More than ever, women are achieving higher career roles, starting their own businesses, or working side hustles.
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Here’s Why I’m Actually Glad that My Honeymoon Phase Is Over Created with: LELO
My boyfriend and I have been together for a while now, and have definitely left the honeymooning period. When he doesn’t put the seat down, I no longer find his forgetfulness endearing, and when I make us 30 minutes late *again* because I took too long getting ready, he no longer thinks it cute that I care so much about my winged liner being perfect.
How I Get the Most Out of My At-Home Workouts
I used to be what I like to call a yo-yo exerciser. I’d go through phases where I have to work out every day (or sometimes even twice a day), and then a month later I’d mope while tying my sneakers for the first time in two weeks. Exercising was about much more than just the workout. I tend to feel a little silly doing full body workouts in front of strangers at the gym. While I didn’t completely cancel my membership, I’ve found I work out best when I’m alone. Home training in my living room is my happy place.
Simply Recycling Your Trash Won't Save the Planet
Even if for some reason you wanted to ignore the state of the world (looking at you, Big Oil), it’s pretty evident we have a very serious issue on our hands. Temperatures are rising, sea levels are rising, anxiety levels are rising, and for young people it sometimes feels like we're all on our own to be proactive in reversing it.
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How Opening Up About My Needs Improved My Relationship with My HusbandCreated with: LELO
I have a confession to make. It’s 2019. The sexual revolution has come and gone. We, as women, are supposed to feel comfortable talking about orgasms and sexual needs. We all know that having orgasms is a real thing, that it’s beneficial for our mental health (and physical health), and that it’s a good way to encourage bonding.
Important DIY Tips Every Homeowner Should Know
Owning your own place, or even renting your own place, is expensive. Like, really expensive. While affording rent alone can be a feat for some, the truth is that most people will panic the moment they discover that they need something repaired in their home. It's understandable; repairs are not cheap!
To Breastfeed or Not Breastfeed?
You will be making a great deal of decisions for your child as a mother, or more accurately a supermom, but one of the earliest and most important concepts in your child's infancy is choosing between breastfeeding or formula feeding. Your final decision should not only rest on the importance of your child's nutrition, but should also strictly follow your child's health risks. Not all babies can be breastfed, nor should all babies be breastfed.
32 Amazing Products New Parents Swear By
Babies are incredibly high maintenance, and anyone who tells you differently doesn't have kids. Part of actually keeping your sanity intact (and getting sleep at night) with a newborn is having products that make parenting easier than before.
What You Need to Know About Postpartum Depression
Postpartum depression is hell on Earth, and I ought to know. After all, I've lived through it, and having gone through that misery, I can say that there is something decidedly terrible about the way that most people view postpartum depression in today's society.