If you are dealing with chronic pain, I know first hand how difficult it can be. I’m not just saying I understand, I really do understand. I am living your life and I have compiled 10 tips to survive chronic pain in a fast-paced world. I hope that my mistakes will help someone turn things around early on instead of later like it took me to do. Going from the caretaker to the patient was one of the hardest transitions for me. I spent many lunch breaks sitting with patients dealing with pain while not really understanding it at all.
This post was sponsored by Supreme Source® as part of an Ambassador Program for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own. I always get excited about a new year because it means I have a chance to make new goals. Out with the old, in with the new. I made up my mind that 2018 would be a year of wellness for all of us and that includes Peanut who is just as much a family member as we are. Peanut is my dog. I’m sure he wouldn’t agree, he thinks he’s a person but
As soon as the weather starts warming up, I start thinking about weddings. I get invited to my share and I always love to see what dress the bride will be wearing. There’s scarcely a greater feeling than standing in front of your loved ones, getting ready to marry the love of your life, in a dress designed to make any woman feel like a queen in her castle. It’s no wonder so many bridal gowns are preserved with such love and care. Of course, there are other important things to consider such as the planning of a wedding and
Today’s busy lifestyle makes it difficult to squeeze in all the healthy foods we need to keep our bodies strong. That’s why superfoods are the perfect addition to your diet—they are easy to fit into any schedule. From blueberries and goji berries to quinoa and chia seeds, superfoods often pack major health benefits into tiny packages and can combat everything from Alzheimer’s and obesity to cancer and mental health. To see the most health benefits from superfoods, the American Heart Association recommends adding them to an overall heart-healthy diet. Here’s how: Ch-Ch-Ch Chia Seeds Chia seeds are small seeds that can
I have a few odd pets, reptiles and amphibians and I have to admit there was a time when I considered getting a tarantula. Don’t worry, you won’t see any pet spider posts from me. I got over that as quickly as it took me to read an article about a man dying from one of his pet spiders. The story that followed was just as horrific. I now actively seek ways to keep the creepy crawlers as far away from me as I can. More on that in a minute but first let me fill you in on what