Month: December 2016

6 Fail-Proof Ways to Transform Your Dry, Cracked Feet This Winter

Do your heels feel like sandpaper when you rub your hand over them? My feet are awful, and I would be so embarrassed to go to the nail salon. I also feel sorry for my massage therapist too. She massages my feet, and it didn’t dawn on me how dry that they are at the moment. Ekk! I am so glad that I received an Oak Leaf Pedicure Foot File & Callus Remover in my stocking for Christmas. I had been eyeing one for a very long time, and Santa delivered. Today, I wanted to share with you these 6...

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Office Exercises You Can Do Secretly

Working a steady job with regular working hours in the office is a dream come true for many people. Still, no matter how practical a desk job may be, there is an obvious health disadvantage to it. As you may have heard already, sitting has been stated to be the new smoking. In that respect, the time you spend sitting at work and during the rest of your day can lead to serious complications, health and fitness issues as well as pain after a while. You can’t help but do your work while sitting at the desk, but the...

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Surprising Ways To Help Prevent Colds and Flu This Winter

These days, colds and flu are a common problem especially in the wintertime when people are stuck indoors. To fight off these problems, you need to act fast. According to research by the University of Arizona, when someone is sick in the office, it takes only four hours for various surfaces in the room to have traces of the viral infection. As per statistics, the 2014-2015 flu season was one of the worst on record. It even reached epidemic status with millions affected by coughs, fever, and colds. Here are some things that you can do to reduce your...

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Finding your Fitness Flow: How to Stay Motivated in Your Workout Routine

When you start a new workout regimen, the excitement alone will often be enough to propel you through the first several weeks. As the novelty wears off, you might need to dig a little deeper to find your motivation. Check out these 10 tips to keep your enthusiasm high even when your blankets seem more tempting than that early morning run. 1. Try something new. The old saying, “familiarity breeds contempt” is especially true when it comes to your workout. Getting in a routine rut can leave you feeling bored and unmotivated. Instead, enroll in a new class, check...

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10 Last Minute Stocking Stuffers for Her

Can you believe that Christmas is in 4 days? I was able to sneak off to Walmart this morning and I was aimlessly walking around trying to figure out what I wanted for Christmas. My husband asked me to go shopping for him so that I would have some items in my stocking on Christmas morning. I am probably the hardest person to shop for 95% of the time and have been that way for a long time. Is your wife or significant other the same way? Here is 10 last-minute stocking stuffers for her that I think she would love. Disclosure:...

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