In the land of social media, it can sometimes feel like you are the only one in the world who isn’t part of #TeamTaken. Still, whether you are single or coupled up, doing things alone is an essential for everyone. Not only because partaking in activities all by your lonesome is a good way to get to know yourself, it’s also good for your soul.
Getting and staying organized is one of the top goals people hope to achieve. Being organized is a state of mind, but it also requires careful habits and some practice.
As of late, a popular health concept that has hit the main stream is intermittent fasting, a pattern of eating where individuals go without food for periods of time within a week. There are no food restrictions. However, there are restrictions around what time a person can eat. Non-caloric beverages such as water, tea, and coffee are also allowed at any time.
There are certain foods you love to eat that can leave you feeling bloated, crampy, gassy, and sick. Temptation and cravings seem to always win over the idea of a potentially upset tummy. However, did you know that there are also foods out there that can (literally) kill you? Beware of some items that lurk down the aisles of your favorite grocery store and produce areas, as they can be hazardous to your well-being.
As a female living in today’s society, trying to find a birth control method that best suits you and your busy lifestyle can seem like a daunting task. The good news is, there are a plethora of options at your fingertips when it comes to preventing pregnancy and more; however, trying to figure out which form to proceed with can feel overwhelming.
Ever wake up in the morning mad at a spouse or friend because of something they did during a dream you had that night? Dreams can be powerful, confusing, beautiful, and seem like reality when an individual is deep sleep.
Muhammad Ali once said, “Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth”. A powerful statement that supports the idea of volunteerism and inspires so many to give their time for the great good of man.