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These Tips will Help you to Rocket your Body Confidence Like Never before

September 7, 2020
woman smiling to a mirror

So many women are not satisfied with their body. Two out of three believe that their life would improve if they were happy with their weight, or their waistline. Science has shown that body confidence has been linked with overall happiness too. Either way, you have to remember that your body doesn’t have to change, just the way that you treat it. If you want to find out more, then simply take a look below.   Change your Focus and…

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How to Make Hydration a Habit: 6 Ideas

August 19, 2020

It’s no secret that drinking water is good for your health. By drinking more water, you can see improvements in your skin, energy levels and even your mood. But sometimes, it can be difficult to get in those recommended eight glasses of water each day. It happens — we’re human, and humans forget things. But pouring a bit of extra focus into hydration can make a world of difference in your health, and you’ll find it to be well worth…

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Fun exercises you and your kids can do together

August 18, 2020
A dad playing on the beach with his kids during a gorgeous sunset.

How often do you catch your kids in front of their computers or TVs? It is safe to say that it probably happens more often than it should. Let’s be realistic, you will not be able to separate your kids completely from such activities, but you should certainly try to make some changes. A great way to distract them from such activities is to work out with your kids. There are many fun exercises and hobbies that you can do…

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Returning to School During the COVID Crisis: Safety Tips for Kids

August 12, 2020

It doesn’t matter if you eagerly await the arrival of the new school year, have concerns or a little of both. If you are a parent, you need to prepare for what is sure to be an unprecedented semester. Paramount in your back-to-school considerations is how to keep your kids safe. With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing, gathering students in groups will increase risks. Here are eight measures to take as you prepare for 2020-21.     1. Have the Talk…

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The Difference Between Good and Bad Quality Sunglasses: This Will Make You Think Twice Before You Buy

July 23, 2020

I can honestly say I am a collector of Sunglasses, since I was in my early 20’s (after my Lasik) I become obsessed to use different shapes and colors on my sunglasses, something I couldn’t do all my teenager years were I used to wear strong glasses. I’d wear contact lenses (which I often did) but my eyes got very dry, and the duration and quality (back then) of contact lenses wasn’t the same as lenses today. So after my…

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Making the Most of Summer: Fun Outdoor Ideas

July 20, 2020

Summer is in full swing, which means sunnier days and more time to play outside! If you’re looking for a few new activities or something to do with friends, the following ideas will inspire you.   1. Have a Picnic Warm, sunny days call for picnics in the park with your favorite people. Pack a basket with sandwiches, fruit, a veggie tray and refreshments and head out to your favorite spot. If you’re inviting friends, ask them to bring their…

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7 Amazing Reasons as to Why Rooibos Tea Could Transform Your Health

July 17, 2020

From caring for your heart to boosting your bones, make rooibos your go-to herbal tea, pronto! There’s never been a better time to pop the kettle on and enjoy a cuppa as a new analysis reviewing research studies from the last 20 years and the largest data review of its kind by the Tea Advisory Panel, reveals that 4 -6 cups of rooibos tea a day could provide a wealth of surprising health benefits. The centuries-old herbal infusion, otherwise known…

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Staying Safe During the COVID-19 Crisis: Important Points to Remember

July 14, 2020

By Dylan Bartlett   Warm, sunny days are finally here, and some states are beginning to loosen their restrictions on visiting with others and gathering in public places. While it may be tempting to head outside to host cookouts and attend block parties, there is still an element of danger to getting together in large groups. In fact, some fear that lifting restrictions will inevitably prompt a second wave of COVID-19 cases. Meanwhile, the U.S. is still experiencing issues, and…

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Ways to Improve Your Sleep Quality

July 14, 2020

by Patrick Adams   Living in an especially busy and fast-paced world makes it really challenging to establish a healthy sleep schedule these days. However, it’s not impossible. These 6 easy tips will help you improve your sleep quality so that your body will feel rested and healthier than ever.   Avoid Caffeine, Tobacco, and Alcohol before Bed Believe it or not, caffeinated drinks will decrease the quality of your sleep. That is why avoiding all caffeinated products such as…

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