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It’s that time of the year again!
And no, I’m not talking about when Saint Nick showers us in presents (and really, who wants to even begin to think about snow right now?). It’s time for sunshine and blue skies, when the flowers and bees start appearing, and everything starts looking brighter…
Except those of us who suffer from Hay Fever.
It’s Allergies time!
Everyone is on the lookout for that “magic pill” that can change how we look with a quick sip of water. Ads want us to believe that not only does it exist, but it exists naturally. But that’s just not true.
Chocolate cravings attack us at all hours of the day. But to be honest, as delicious as it is, chocolate isn’t the best option for our healthy diets. Although it’s beloved, the calories and sugar in chocolate are sky high and can lead to the development of harmful illnesses and diseases such as diabetes and heart disease.
To prevent that, here are 5 ways to reduce chocolate cravings with healthier options that work and are just as yummy as chocolate!
To put it plainly, periods suck. For us women, Mother Nature hasn’t always been the most forgiving. Yes, there are times when we’re desperately waiting to see if our menstrual cycle will begin. Like, for instance, if we’re waiting to see whether or not this will be the first month of nine with the possibility of baby development. And if not, we get to say adios baby fears – maybe I’ll see you later
Planning around Periods isn’t exactly on our fun-things-to-do-list. It’s great we now have apps that let us know ahead of time when our period will start, but it would be so much better if we could schedule our periods instead of it scheduling us.