There is no question that alcohol consumption continues to be a social practice in our culture despite the health repercussions. Plus, today is National Liquor Day which is probably not very healthful news to know! But, no need to stay stuck on sipping virginal drinks forever. There are ways to drink “smarter” and in this post, I share some considerations to get you through the festivities!
Did you know that over 400 million tons of plastic are globally made each year? What is more, one-third of that plastic waste ends up in our freshwaters and soils. Plastic is notorious for taking thousands of years to break down and deteriorate into smaller pieces (usually about five millimeters long in size) to eventually become microplastics. Microplastics are becoming more widespread as they are making their way into things we use on a daily basis: bottled water, honey, salt, toothpastes and hand sanitizers to name quite a few.
Besides taking into account a coach’s experience and/or school training, fully examining your coach’s style in presentation can hint as to whether or not this person is right for you. Coaching is all about empowering and if you are intuitively picking up ego-centered vibes, then this individual may not be best for your growth. If your coach is demonstrating any of these characteristics, it is time to let them go now.
For so long, antibiotics have been held in high regard for its ability to ward off infections that could have been deadly if left untreated. But, it does so at a high cost because it kills both the good and bad bacteria. Have you been prescribed an antibiotic recently? If so, consider the following preventative measures to safeguard your microbiome.
Fresh starts always mark the period of happiness, optimism and enthusiasm to jump into something new. However, it is not always easy to make those fresh starts. With so many responsibilities and activities going on, it can be difficult to adhere to a fresh start. But if you can envision the advantages that could unfold in your life, it can push you into overdrive to make that change happen right now!
How often do you think of your breasts? Besides the superficial thought of desiring perkier or bigger (smaller) boobs, how often do you think of its overall health? At the start of breast cancer awareness month, it is only fitting to discuss how you can revitalize your breast health naturally using simple practices.
If there is ever a big life lesson to learn, it is this: let go of control. Think in terms of the feelings from the outcome of just performing the simple act of release: peace, freedom, happiness, support and solid connection. Who wouldn’t want these things? Here are a few ways to let go of control and welcome surrender.
With so many cheaper options and deals to snag online, it is nearly impossible not to take advantage of it. If you want to vacation like a pro for the Fall season so you can get your self-care vacay on, keep reading on how to travel well and save cash in style.
I believe that happiness requires going back into time to reveal what truly made us happier. Before the invention of the internet, Sega Genesis, and Cabbage Patch doll babies, happiness was the childhood reminder of enjoying life playing “tag” outdoor with my neighborhood friends and family. It was that social connection that created bonds and good times.
September is known for a lot of things like pumpkin, fall leaves and sweaters. But, the month has another important meaning: it is known as the National PCOS Awareness month. PCOS which stands for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, is the common cause of infertility in the United States. Here is what you need to know about the disease.