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Month: December 2017

How​ ​to​ ​Rock​ ​as​ ​a​ ​New​ ​Parent

Anyone who is about to have his/her first child must admit to being excited and/or nervous. There is so much unknown territory and we want to make it good and right—for our baby and ourselves! Hang in there because here are several tips that can help you rock as a new parent.   Welcome to Parenthood! As a new parent, your brain can swell with so many thoughts and worries. Try to put aside thoughts of the future (like when your child will graduate or get married), or even thoughts of the near future (like how the laundry and...

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Ways to Stay Sane this Holiday Season

With holidays such as: Halloween, Thanksgiving, your kid’s birthday, Hannukah, Christmas, and New Year’s on their way, a lot of deep breathing will be in order. Another way to stay sane is to be proactive and prepare ahead. The Sanity Checklist Think of holiday preparation as a college course. You got the syllabus, and you know what work you’re in store for. Now instead of cramming and getting all stressed out, do what you can ahead of time. Instead of getting all stressed out, you may find that if you prepare in advance, you may actually relax and enjoy...

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How to Get “You Time” After the Holiday

Everyone’s gone back home. Or you’re back home. It was just first of the many “big” holidays, and you’re already exhausted. Here are some “healthy” ways to communicate your state of mind. Spa-free Communication Not all of us can afford to go to a spa for three nights to wind down from the stress. Sure, we may have had a day or two off from work, but the holidays are a different kind of work. Regardless if they’re fabulous and you’ve anticipated these dates, they still take a toll once they pass. Calm, quiet time is necessary. You know...

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Ultimate Guide to Maximizing Your Willpower

Feeling slightly determined, but don’t have enough willpower to get the job done? Every commitment we make requires motivation and follow-through if we expect to be successful. Maximizing your willpower is possible, and the following guide can help you achieve your goals.   Where There’s a Willpower, There’s a Way! The American Psychological Association describes willpower as the ability to resist short-term temptations in order to meet long-term goals. It’s basically, “the psychological science of self-control.” So, if you can keep yourself from giving in to something that distracts you and stay focused on the big prize, you’ll be...

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How a Pet Can Optimize Your Health and Decrease Medical Bills

Growing up, we had pets, but they weren’t the profound family members that since, in adulthood, I’ve learned them to become. We had some goldfish (probably won at the county fair) that either jumped out of the bowl in the night and met their life-without-water fate or passed from murky-water illness. My dad also brought home a puppy one Christmas, but she was never properly trained, had anger issues, and bit my sister and I so often that she was sent to a “farm” one day while we were at school. It wasn’t until years later, while living alone,...

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