• Personal Care

  • Keeping an Eye on Your Weight

    It seems with age, that most people expect a certain amount of weight gain.  There are tons of clichés about fitting into your high school jeans, and whether man or woman – not having the body that you had when you graduated high school. You grow up.

    • The Media, Social Media, and Depression

      You wake up and turn on the TV, 3 murders, 1 stabbing, earth quake and a tornado; and now news about the Ebola scare and its not even 7am. You just spent 20 minutes making coffee with the hopeful anticipation of starting your day and yet you are consumed with negativity.

    • Taking a Stand to Save Yourself

      According to the National Institute of Mental Health, nearly 7 out of every 10 people are living with mild to serious levels of depression.  In this fast paced world that we live in today, stress and anxiety disorders, as well as medications to treat these problems are more prominent than people being treated for depression are.

    • Face it! You Need to Lose Weight

      There are millions upon millions of success stories about people who lose weight.  The only thing that makes those people different from you – or anyone else is that they woke up one day and looked in the mirror and realized that they HAD TO MAKE a change.

    • How Often Should Children Bathe

      Unfortunately, as kids get older – they’re adherence to the rules of hygiene tend to change.  Sure, they may love spending time in the bathtub, sitting in their own pee until the water turns cold, playing with toys and blowing bubbles – but they aren’t really doing much to cleanse themselves.

    • Waxing the Bikini Line

      So what are the benefits of a bikini wax you ask?  Perhaps the most beneficial benefit is that the hair will grow back much more slowly than it does with shaving or when using hair removal products.

    • Things to Consider When Choosing a Dentist

      According to research from Psychology Today, almost 70% of adults have a fear of going to the dentist.  Maybe it is the drills and needles, or holding your mouth open for what seems like an ungodly amount of time that sparks the fear.

    • How Often Should a Woman Get a Hair Cut

      For many women, the thought of getting a hair cut is a painstaking process.  First, you have to find that one trusted hair dresser who will actually listen to what you have to say when it comes to your desired look.  And then, you have to turn over all control and allow her to take scissors (or clippers) to your locks.

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