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Aug 01 2017
by Susan |
Comments Off on When a Family Member Has an Addiction Problem

Any person who has ever had a family member with an addiction problem knows how painful it can be. And the pain can be long-term as well, which is why it’s important to consider all of the possible solutions to the situation. Addiction can be genetic, environmental, or based on social conditions, so some combination of looking at all three is usually your best bet. ...

Jun 17 2016
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Comments Off on Brantano – An Unlikely Support-Source for Cancer Patients

This post will feature a little bit of a different spin on what it means to “Go Green,” but one which I’m happy to discuss all the same, even though my search for some “going green” inspiration online was initially fuelled by the regular meaning (or the meaning consistent with this blog). In this particular instance going green involves a shoe retailer, a popular one at that because of their wide variety of brands, styles, designs and sizes. ...

Jun 06 2016
by Susan |
Comments Off on Healthy Families On A Budget: 3 Ways To Live Green

Too often, getting healthy is associated with a lot of financial outlay – gym memberships, pricy organic food, athletic equipment, and more, and if youve got a family, multiply those costs a few times over. Luckily, it doesnt have to be that way. There are lots of easy ways for your family to to get fit and eat healthy without spending a ton of money. ...

Feb 16 2016
by Susan |
Comments Off on Common Body Growths that Weird People Out the Most

The human body is both a beautiful and gross thing. One moment you could be admiring the fit form of an attractive man or woman, the next, you could recognize that weird growth protruding out of an orifice of their body and all the previous admiration turns to a wave of disgust. ...

Dec 16 2015
by Susan |
Comments Off on Staying Healthy the Way Mother Nature Intended

While there are naturally a lot of conflicting studies around the need to take certain supplements, a closer look at some of the more organic and natural supplements reinforces the view that Mother Nature knows best when it comes to staying healthy and facilitating the healing process if needs be. Granted, there are a number of micro-nutrients your body needs which you otherwise can’t really get from the normal range of foods we eat today, such as the iodine which is otherwise...

Sep 28 2015
by Susan |
Comments Off on The importance of our smiles

Smile! It is not just looking happy in a photograph. Smile is more than saying “cheese” and having that moment recorded. According to the research papers I have read about smiling, scientist actually have proof that smiling can cause happiness. It is only natural that we smile when we are happy and frown when we are sad/mad. What if we tried to smile a lot more often? What would happen then? It would not hurt for sure! A smile might seem like a simple act that we often take...

Dec 23 2014
by Susan |
Comments Off on Five Christmas nights out for mummies
CC image credit to Olin Gilbert of flickr.com

CC image credit to Ricardo Motti It’s a little over a week away now, but ladies everywhere are still looking forward to celebrating the festive season with a few Christmas parties, cocktails or more. But the holidays can be particularly hard work for mummies – whether you’re a new mum or have grown up kids of your own, here are a few ways you can let off steam or even convince your kids to take you out. ...

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