Smart phones, tablets, and laptops have become every day necessities, keeping us connected to our personal and professional lives. Apps have made many of our tasks easier to execute and technology continues to push that need for a digital presence. From ordering food, paying bills, and dating sites, technology easily enables both our needs and wants.
Saturday, February 25, 2017
Friday, February 24, 2017
By Jennifer Scott
Grief can be devastating. When you lose a cherished loved one, you’re left to wrangle with a range of emotions that you may have never experienced before, and it can be a challenging, isolating, and tiring process. When you’re grieving, it’s more important than ever to treat yourself with kindness and patience. Here are a few ways you can care for yourself as you cope with loss.
Monday, February 20, 2017
For people who are planning to have their wedding this winter the following infographic will be useful to help them make little changes to the wedding plan before the big day arrives. The trends of the weddings so far show that;
Friday, February 10, 2017
By Jenna Brown
The excitement of being pregnant and expected your newborn(s) fills you with joy but your body may not be on the same page. The extra weight from that little bundle of joy could be giving you some discomfort in your back and feet. The emotional swings experienced through the pregnancy could also be distressing even though you only mean the best.
Monday, January 30, 2017
People often allow one thing or another to steal the joy of gift giving. The stress of hoping they won't hate your gift, fighting through the maze and crowds of the mall, and dealing with high price tags can make us forget what being a cheerful giver ever felt like. Christmas time can become a time of financial burden and fighting crowds. Birthdays can stop being about appreciating the person you're celebrating and become a last minute scramble for a gift. Try these five tips for a much happier gift giving experience.
By Rose Martin
Treasuring a relationship requires a lot resolve. Irrespective of the responsibilities and the busy schedules, it is imperative to keep the spark of love alive. Weekend date nights are the best way to spend quality time together and rev up the romance quotient. They’re fun, extremely relaxing, and certainly possible for any busy couple to indulge in.
Planning your date night? Here are a few great relaxation ideas for a cozy night with your soulmate.
Wednesday, January 25, 2017
When it comes to motherhood, finding time for ourselves can be difficult, if not downright impossible. Shopping with children, especially toddlers, is another beast entirely.
To young children, the world is their playground – literally. Store shelves become jungle gyms and clothes racks become dark caves to hide in. This can make clothes shopping, or any other shopping for that matter, an especially challenging experience.
Spending a lot of money on children's clothes while they're still growing is like shoveling snow in a blizzard; they outgrow everything faster than you can replace it. How can you keep your kids looking presentable without spending a fortune on clothes every few months? Here are five strategies that will help you achieve this goal.
Saturday, January 21, 2017
Going on dates each week with your spouse is the best way to stay connected to each other even if you have a busy household full of kids and responsibilities. Having kids running around your house means you’ve got to make an effort to have alone time with your partner whenever you can. The problem is that the costs for a weekly date night can start to add up. After you’ve paid the babysitter, the restaurant bill, and the movie theater, your wallet may be empty. Here are some better ways to enjoy time together without spending too much money.
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Many couples worry about entering a long distance relationship. Not only will they miss the physical intimacy, but they also wonder if they will be able to stay in contact across thousands of miles and time zones. It’s especially hard when you want to talk to your significant other and they’re in the middle of a workday – or worse, sound asleep. This can make LDR couples lonely and add stress to the partnership. Fortunately, technology has made it easier to stomach the distance and make people seem close even when they’re thousands of miles away.