Did you know that a quarter to a full third of your life is spent sleeping? That is how integral sleep is to the human body. There are a few sneaky medical issues that can come between you and a full night’s rest.
Santa was preparing his sleigh for the trip to earth from the North Pole. He needed to get all those presents delivered by Christmas eve. The elves were helping out and the reindeers were all ready for the trip.
He then selected the most unlikely reindeer; Rudolph to lead the pack of reindeers driving his sleigh. Some back story on Rudolph- [Read more…]
I knew that she would be very sore and bone-tired later in the day if she did not make some adjustments to how she was carrying about her business.
But then people are not very hospitable to total strangers giving them a lecture on shoulder strain prevention. [Read more…]
One frustrating fact for us gals is that for a lot of our lives we need “diapers” in one form or another. Of course we start out as babies and need the traditional diapers until about age 3.
Then some start needing sanitary pads as early as age 9. And then after menopause, the chance of needing urine/fecal incontinence pads goes up- like in waaay up! [Read more…]
Our Healthgist query to find women who live with a chronic disease(s) both surprises and inspires.
Surprising, as there are thousands of unseen chronic illnesses that don’t have obvious physical disfigurement or signs that show outwardly.
And inspiring, as thousands of women have turned their potentially disabling disease state into a positive force and energy for themselves and others.
I’ve done it too- rewarded my kids for good grades and behaviors with junk treats and candy sweets. I’ve even snuck a piece of chocolate to them behind their dentist daddy’s back.
Why? Well, it’s a little complicated isn’t it? I know in my head that this is an unhealthy habit, yet, in my heart and emotions I believe a little candy and cavities are a part of a great childhood (I swear I don’t have any stock in Nestle). [Read more…]