If you want to stay fit this year and don't want to suffer from any disease, then follow these simple rules in your routine to make your 2020 healthy.
For some, frustrations mount when either unemployed or underemployed. There are some factors within our control like our attitude that make the world of difference in coping in an uncertain world. How reliable and hard working you are can also help your situation; yet it sometimes feels like a stroke of bad luck - being in the wrong place at the wrong time that puts you on a chopping block for an unexpected lay off, or a cut in hours. Or even burn out form overwhelm and too much work while employed prior.
We've all been there- it starts with a nagging sore throat, that turns into sneezing, coughing, dripping, and swollen, congested sinuses. Another cold.
So you're out and about sippin' on some coffee and letting the sun's natural rays splash on your glistening body. Shades on, and eyes peering over the top as you take a quick glance at the ambient around you at your local coffee shop.
Chances are, you're either a nature or a beach lover. What is there to not love about being connected to 'mother earth' where our source is. In the cavemen era, humans (once we evolved to such) walked and ran barefoot. We need to wear shoes, sandals and thongs for a multitude of reasons; yet there are many profound benefits to earthing (that is, moving around barefoot on the grass or the sand) that make this exercise worthy of an inclusion in the weekly diary. Like yours truly, you may begin to want to earth your feet in nature more often.
It happens even to the best of us – the holiday season kicks in, family gatherings and socializing events happen as well as working overtime, and we somehow, due to lack of free time hit a snooze button on our perfect exercise routine. It’s not an uncommon occurrence. However, the trick is knowing how to get back on track after this holiday break that had made a disorder in our life. If you’re one of the people who needs a little push, read on to learn about some simple ways to start exercising again after a break.
Everyone feels sadness and depression on occasion. If something happens in your life that is upsetting or disappointing, then you might remain in a temporary state of depression for a short-term period.
Your children’s safety is always the priority. When your kids are outside playing, you want to keep them safe from any harm or sickness. This means that you never want to find out that your child stumbled into a wasp nest and suffered stings as a result. Luckily, there are pleny of ways that you can defend against wasps and ensure that your kids remain safe and unharmed. Here is what you need to know about protecting you children against wasp stings.
The holidays are fast approaching and we tend to forget about our well being around this time because we're focusing on others and rushing and running around to get everything done and perfect.
Sleep is one of the most important activities to maintain good physical and mental health. Yet it is sleep that we often cut down on because we are busy. How many times have you heard someone say, “I’ve been burning the candles at both ends?” I’ve said it myself many times!
Working out can be really annoying. We’ve all had those nights when we’d be convincing ourselves to wake up early in the morning, get up as soon as we open our eyes and go for a run, but when our alarm goes off, we hit that snooze button; again and again and again. That goes on until we oversleep and are left with no time for doing exercises. We’ve all been there. However, if you’re trying to change your habits and start working out regularly without feeling like somebody is forcing you to do so, here are five easy tips you can try to get you started.
Remember the joy of riding a bike? It's often one of the first "grown-up" skills that kids learn, and once you get the hang of it, you never forget. As more cities build protected bike lanes and no-car byways, it's time to dust off that banana seat and reconnect with the joy of two wheels. Here's why.