Research has shown that a lack of sleep can, among other things, impact the immune system and lead to weight gain…and that’s on top of the under-eye circles and sluggishness.
While you can’t add more hours to the day, there are changes you can make to your bedroom to help improve the quality of the sleep you do get.
Your alarm goes off in the morning — what’s the first thought that enters your mind?
If you answered “coffee,” then you might be a caffeine addict. And, because you love a good cup of joe, you need to have a barista-approved spot for brewing your morning mug. You’ll need some design ideas for the perfect home coffee bar, and you’ll want to know the basics for crafting the perfect cup of coffee, too.
Who hasn’t had a dog tear up a toy within hours…sometimes minutes…of bringing it home?
And with the cost of dog toys, if this happens a lot with your pets, you’ll spend more money than you’d like replacing each one they destroy.
Fortunately, there are a lot of things you probably have in your house, right now, that you can use to make a fun, stimulating toy for your dog.
It’s never the wrong time to start getting organized. No matter what the motivation, bringing order to your life will help facilitate your sense of creativity, relieve feelings of stress and increase your productivity. It is a well known fact that your surroundings go hand-in-hand with your well being. Check out these tips on how to take the plunge into getting organized for the sake of your mental health.
Your regular trip to the gym is probably out of the question right now and if you’re like most people, you probably don’t have a complete gym set up in your home.
So how can you stay on top of your fitness goals until life returns to normal?