Boost Your Motivation – Anxiety and Depression

Boost your Motivation

Motivation is a complex concept for many people. In spite of having big dreams or wanting to accomplish a specific goal, taking the steps necessary to reach the end results can seem impossible. Sometimes just finishing a tiny amount feels like all you can do. Wipe the idea of accomplishing anything greater, right off the list. This is strikingly true if you suffer from anxiety or depression. These mental health conditions zap the energy, happiness and will from your body. You may find yourself unable to accomplish even the basics of … Continue reading

Walking – A Low Impact Exercise for Beginner Fitness

low impact excerise

If you haven’t exercised in a while like me, or are looking for something easy you can do every single day give walking a try. It’s the perfect low impact exercise. It’s easy to do, no matter what your fitness level is at and no special equipment is required. This is just the right season for me to begin walking again. It is cool and refreshing outside and I won’t over heat. I use to do quite a bit of walking. I miss it. It is time to get back … Continue reading

Stylish Hair Weaves from Black Hairspray

Stylish hair weaves

There have been many times I have gone out for an evening and styled my hair, only to have it go straight through out the night. My hair is fine and doesn’t hold a curl very well. I have often thought about stylish hair weaves and wigs to have a perfect hair day without all the worries of keeping the curl. This is a sponsored post and all opinions are my own as always. Black Hairspray is a top leader in beauty e-commerce and offers thousands of wigs and hair care products. With … Continue reading

First Haircut – Hair Today Wig Tomorrow

first haircut

I want my child to be able to make her own choices when it comes to her body, including hair.  My daughter was born with beautiful red curly hair. I wanted her to continue growing her hair until she was ready. There have been numerous times during brushings that I have threatened to cut it. I declined from doing so. It would have felt like I was torturing her. The decision for her first haircut had to be hers. Over the past few years, each morning and evening had been hair … Continue reading

Kids and Colds – Keeping the Cold Season Mild

colds

We are 3 weeks into the school year and my daughter has her first cold. It never fails, the same happened last year. It seemed like every other week she was sick last school year. All summer long she was fine, no colds at all; it begins all over again. I know when my daughter isn’t feeling well, it is the only time she is quiet.  She will be in the bedroom snuggled under her blanket. What is a Cold? A cold is a virus, caused by germs. A common cold … Continue reading

Yoga – Preparing For Your First Class

As many of you may know, I suffer from pain almost daily, in some part of my body. Just going to the store or standing at the stove cooking leaves me aching. So this week I am starting Yoga, in hopes of alleviating some of that pain. I signed up through Parks and Rec for the City of Toronto. Not just one session but two. For the next two months I will head out one night a week for my class, then continuing in the New Year for my next … Continue reading