BLAHHHhh!!!! This is one of those days. These days haven’t come around often but when it does, shit just gets real. Lets face it: making dinner, running errands and dealing with your kids throwing tantrums over the little shit. It can build up some serious anxiety.
This is the first summer that my husband has owned his motorcycle and let’s just say…it’s his new best friend! I’ve been able to catch some nice rides and hang out with some of his MC friends, nice guys. The one thing I have always enjoyed the most about being outside, the lovely sun. But first, check out some of the new glasses I got….
Preparing for a long trip somewhere? Well, then there are a couple of things you have to keep in mind. From eating healthy to having your share of entertainment, everything counts. No one is asking you to stick to your regular diet, but try not indulging in too much sweet or caffeine, especially when you are crossing different time zones. Try these tips while traveling and see if they work:
Whenever I come across an awesome remedy, product, or recipe, I share it with everyone. Not just family and friends, with absolute strangers too. It’s a great way to be social and enlighten others to try your newest recommendation.
My Newest Discovery: Smart Ash
There’s a few different teeth whitening products I’ve tried from my local stores, like Crest Whitening Strips. Unfortunately, I have sensitive teeth and couldn’t manage the pain it was causing when I used Crest Whitening Strips so I did some searching on the web and found Smart Ash.
Smart Ash is an organic and natural teeth whitening charcoal that cleans, detoxifies, reduces sensitivity, strengthens and restores your teeth.
Lets get straight to the point, I’m usually the person who makes a call to our family doctor for appointments. My husband seems to slack in the appointment making department, therefore, I typically remind him to – check yourself before you wreck yourself! We’re talking about the boys under those mens underwear. Here are some facts about Testicular Cancer:
One male is diagnosed with testicular cancer every hour
It is the most easily detected form of cancer
It has a 99% survival rate when caught early
It’s the most common cancer in males ages 15-35