I don’t know if you notice but recently I’ve been much more interested in speaking about beauty products. Now I am approaching the big 40; I am more invested than ever in my skincare and finding top quality products that will help to enhance my skin and positively add to my current skincare regimen which is working really well at the moment. However, I am always on the look out for that ‘little extra’ and have found it!
Being involved in an accident at work can be a traumatic experience, and it is necessary to take certain steps after the incident to ensure your safety and well-being. The following five steps should be taken to handle the situation effectively and ensure that you receive the necessary medical attention and any other assistance you may need.
Everybody has things that they’re scared of: heights, the dark, spiders, etc being the most common of these. These are some of the fears that don’t have to impact people too much throughout their daily lives because for the most part, they can be avoided by not putting yourself in the situation where you have to tackle fear in the face. However, there are some fears that, for our own good, cannot be avoided. One of these is the fear of seeing the dentist.
Pregnancy and exercise are a perfectly safe combination. In fact, doctors recommend you exercise when with child. Exercising when pregnant is usually safe, but it can be dangerous if done wrong. So, there are some things you need to be aware of first. Some are included here.
Could this be my most favourite look to date? This may sound like quite a massive statement but this is a look that I honestly feel I nailed. If you consider the fact that I was going to team this gorgeous dress with yellow shoes and accessories to begin with; then half-way deciding to switch it up with orange and just like that an epic colour combo was created.
Too often when we are pursuing our dreams and goals taking care of ourselves our self-care is the first thing that gets pushed aside for things seen as more important; running our business, our employment, social commitments, family obligations.Yes, these things are important but in our fast paced and increasingly competitive lives and world though slightly slowed by the current global pandemic, it is also more important than ever that we take time to ourselves when we need it.
We’ve all heard the old adage, “You are what you eat.” in relation to the food we eat and in maintaining our bodies optimal health and for warding off disease. Well babes, the exact same phytochemicals, vitamins, nutrients and minerals your body needs to function at its best are equally essential for clear skin, bright smiles, strong nails and clear, sparkling eyes.
Guys, listen we are definitely going to ignore the Elephant in the room and disregard the fact that I haven’t stuck to my own blogging schedule! I know, I know
If there is one thing that we all have in common, it’s that we are all aware of how our bodies feel when they feel normal and how they feel when something is desperately wrong. Your body will know when there is a problem going on inside and it will send you the signals you need to see it for yourself. The body is clever, and yours is no different!
While it might be easy, we should all do what we can to make sure that we’re not taking our eyes for granted. Vision is a wonderful gift, and you should make sure to take care of it. Just like you need to get into moving more often to take care of your body, you need to take steps to keep your eyes in good health, too. Here, we’re going to look at the steps you can take to prevent your sight from deteriorating.