self care

9 Unusual Ways To Cope With Stress

9 Unusual Ways To Cope With Stress

9 Unusual Ways To Cope With Stress Coping with stress can be challenging for anybody, but it can be even more difficult when you don't seem to find solace and calm in the same way as other people. Some people may be able to take some deep breaths or have a bath and feel calmer, but that may not work for you. Read on for nine unusual ways to cope with stress to see if you find something that could help you: Have A Glass of Orange Juice Weirdly, having a glass of orange juice could help you to reduce…
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Big Smiles! This Is How to Laugh More in Life

Big Smiles! This Is How to Laugh More in Life

What simple human reaction can strengthen immunity, reduce blood pressure, cut stress, and even boost brainpower? You might think we're joking when we tell you that the answer is laughter! Big Smiles! This Is How to Laugh More in Life That's right, studies by specialists called gelotologists have found plenty of evidence to show all the positive effects laughter has on our minds and bodies. And, unlike many of life's small pleasures, there are no downsides, costs, or risks when it comes to laughing more. Want to know how to laugh more and reap these excellent health benefits? Keep reading…
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What Nobody Tells You About Having A New Baby

What Nobody Tells You About Having A New Baby

Having a new baby is one of the most magical but overwhelming experiences of anyone’s life. There’s a lot to learn in the first few months of having a new baby, and no matter how prepared you were, there will always be something to learn that you didn’t know about first. Some will become relatable mom moments you’ll laugh about, but others can be scary. Here are some things that nobody tells you about having a new baby and being a new mother.  You Will Bleed For A Few Weeks After The Birth Somehow, no matter how many pregnancy and parenting books…
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How to Care for Aging Parents While Raising Children

How to Care for Aging Parents While Raising Children

Do you know how to care for aging parents while raising children? If not, you are not alone. Let's look at some key things to keep in mind in this stage of your life. The Pew Research Center found that almost 50 percent of American adults between the ages of 40 and 59 are raising a child under the age of 18 while simultaneously caring for a parent who is 65 or older. This phenomenon is so prevalent that middle-aged adults in this age group have been dubbed the "Sandwich Generation."  How to Care for Aging Parents While Raising Children…
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Mom Self Care Tips: How To Ensure You Have Your Me Time

Mom Self Care Tips: How To Ensure You Have Your Me Time

Looking for some easy mom self care tips? Keep reading! Motherhood is a privilege that not everyone can enjoy. However, it also comes with its set of challenges, demands, sacrifices, and, not to mention, sleepless nights. In managing a household, especially one that’s particularly chaotic because of toddlers and elementary-age kids, it can be easy to forget your needs as you focus on putting your children first. Mom Self Care Tips: How To Ensure You Have Your Me Time However, you should know that self-care is a necessity. Stop listening to people who guilt-trip you and say that it’s just…
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How to be More Positive and Prepared in 2020

How to be More Positive and Prepared in 2020

Want to know How to be More Positive and Prepared in 2020? Keep reading for some awesome tips! The new year is well upon us. While you may not necessarily look back so fondly on 2019, there is always time to kick start changing your mindset and behaviors to make this year the best it can be. So, if you're ready to make a change and start feeling rejuvenated and organized, here are five ways to go into 2020 more positive and prepared. How to be More Positive and Prepared in 2020 1) Create Positive Habits Creating — and maintaining…
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9 Reasons You Might Be Feeling Stressed (That Aren’t Obvious)

9 Reasons You Might Be Feeling Stressed (That Aren’t Obvious)

Do you feel like you're always on edge? Maybe your focus at work is beginning to waver, or you find yourself yelling at your spouse without any provocation. The reasons for your stress might surprise you! Stress can have this effect on otherwise healthy people, impacting their mood and behavior. It can also cause a variety of health conditions. So how do you start feeling like yourself again?  9 Reasons You Might Be Feeling Stressed (That Aren't Obvious) It starts by identifying a few common, but subtle stressors that most of us deal with daily. Consider the following nine stressors and…
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4 Simple Ways of Looking after Yourself as a Parent

4 Simple Ways of Looking after Yourself as a Parent

. When you’re a parent, you will put a lot of your time and effort into providing everything that your children need. You will want to ensure that they have the best education, guarantee that they remain fit and healthy, and set them up for a great future. You could even consider how to ensure that you will be able to support them financially until a lot later in their adult life. However, while all these considerations are certainly important, you do need to think about looking after yourself as a parent as well.  4 Simple Ways of Looking after Yourself…
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Taking Time for Yourself as a Mom

Taking Time for Yourself as a Mom

Taking time for yourself as a mom can feel like a sin, but it's a necessity for every mom from time to time. With caregiver fatigue at an all-time high, women everywhere are exhausted, stressed, and busy more than ever! So what sort of personal time do you need? Do you need alone time? Do you need to rest? Or maybe you need to do something you enjoy. Whatever your need is, there is always a way to practice self-care in your life.  Taking Time for Yourself as a Mom Check out these essential but straightforward ways of taking time…
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Top 5 Activities Moms Can Do For Self-Care

Top 5 Activities Moms Can Do For Self-Care

Top 5 Activities Moms Can Do For Self-Care They say parenting is the hardest job in the world, and with good reason. While a typical job may have you working the occasional 10-hour day, parenting takes 24 hours a day. There are no breaks, no bonuses, no vacations, and not a paycheck to be had. For moms, who tend to tackle the bulk of the parenting duties, the workload can prove particularly trying. This making many mothers feel drained even on otherwise peaceful days with their kids. The good news? Parenting doesn’t have to be such a slog, especially if…
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