In my twenties, I was too busy figuring out who I was to think about having kids. By the time I was in my thirties, I knew that even though I was still figuring out who I was. Now I am in my early 40s and I sure wish I had the energy I did in my 20s. Looking for advice for moms over 40? Here’s a somewhere to start.
Do you know what it’s like to live with an invisible illness like Rheumatoid Arthritis and experience the daily struggles, frustrations and triumphs that go with it? Here’s a part of our story.
Are you looking for things you can do to sleep better and wake up relaxed? From better sleep routines to gentle alarm clocks, you may find answers here.
Do you drink enough water? I hope so, because we need water to survive. Water helps your joints, protects your brain, regulates your body temperature and helps remove waste. Don’t get enough water and you’ll get dehydrated which means, low blood pressure, headaches, dizziness, dry skin, and obviously, you’ll be tired. Really tired.
School is back in session, and you may be finding that you’re already dealing with the first round of school crud. Do you ever have a hard time deciding when to keep a child home from school? Have you ever sent them off anyway, with tissues stuffed in their pockets; an extra box in their backpack, only to get that dreaded “come get your child” phone call?