6.29.2020

Change Your Lifestyle To Beat Those Anxieties

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Anxiety can be connected to a plethora of conditions. Sometimes it is just a standalone condition and other times it may be connected to other things such as hormones. You might suspect that you could have a hormone imbalance, but you're not sure where to start. There are many signs that you could be getting too much or too little of a particular hormone. For example, you could be feeling tired all the time, or you could experience insomnia. Maybe you're feeling forgetful, you have acne, or you're gaining weight. Anxiety, depression and irritability could all be signs so it may be good to get yourself checked out. Either way, talking to a doctor is going to assist you with the first steps of beating your anxiety.

Your mind tells you what’s going on


Your mind will let you know how you’re feeling and it may also let you know when it’s stressed. That is because our brains release a hormone when we are feeling this way. Cortisol is one of the hormones that are released when we're stressed. If you're stressed all the time, these hormones can have an effect on your body and it can make life in general harder. They can even affect your brain, you may struggle to remember or to learn new things. There's some evidence they could permanently damage brain cells too so it’s important that you try and manage it the best that you can. You can find yourself feeling forgetful or struggling to understand something, it is known as brain fog. It can be worrying, but you probably need to reduce your levels of stress.  Getting your hormones balanced could solve a number of health problems so be sure to get some blood tests first. Once you have done so, you are going to need to look at a way to control your stress. Easier said than done though, right? Finding ways to manage stress is essential for everyone but there are ways to help.

  1. Exercising - this could be sports or even something such as gardening. Doing things you enjoy will exercise your mind and help you let go of stress.
  2. Taking supplements- CBD is a great supplement and with Serene Botanicals, you can look at a range of products to easily slip into your lifestyle. 
  3. Join classes - look at something that you enjoy, perhaps a hobby that can help distract you. Maybe you want to look at poetry or pottery or art classes. The options are endless.
  4. Join groups online - talk to others who suffer from the same thing as you as you will find lots of information there relating to it. It doesn’t have to be difficult and you should never suffer alone! 
  5. Talk and listen -allow people in. Don’t shelter yourself and shy away from life because this is going to make you feel more alienated and you could even lose friends. Start to socialise in small bursts and speak about how you feel; you will find people are going to be receptive. 

6.24.2020

Creating A Zen Space In Your Home

It doesn’t matter if you have been in your home for a while, or still looking through moving companies to find the best choice. You deserve to have a space that is filled with calm and zen. Somewhere that you can read a book for a while, stretch, do yoga, take a nap. The stuff that makes you feel good and gives you a sense of tranquillity and supports your mental health too. 

So here are some tips to help you get a zen-like calming space prepared in your home. 

“You practice mindfulness, on the one hand, to be calm and peaceful. On the other hand, as you practice mindfulness and live a life of peace, you inspire hope for a future of peace”.
Thich Nhat Hanh

Natural and Simple

When you think of cool and calm, you will most likely think about natural materials and in a simple design. You can create both a sense of warmth and cleanness by using woods, wicker, and stone. On face value, they might not seem all that cosy, but complicated designs can take longer to be comfortable in. 

When adding pillows and throws to your sofa, try to opt for different sizes and shapes. 

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Natural Light

Natural light plays an important role in our moods and our mental health. There is a lot to be said for a more ambient warmer lamp in the evenings. This can make your zen space feel small and cosy. 

However, natural light is king and queen in most cases. Try to make sure that you are seated relatively close to a window, and keep the window dressing light over the summer. If you can’t seat yourself near to a natural light source, there are light bulbs that can mimic natural light. 

Candles can be the perfect addition to your evenings too. 

Scent

The smell of your space should be something that you find calming and rejuvenating. Natural scents from candles, reed diffusers and essential oils can infuse the area with delicate or strong smells depending on your preference. Lavender, jasmine, rose, and lemon are great options to brighten the space and brighten your mood. If you use the space to work in from time to time, then lemon, orange and peppermint are great for concentration. 

Greenery

There is plenty of research on how great plants are to have in and around your home. They aid your concentration and clear the air around you. There are some studies that suggest that houseplants can lower your anxiety, increase attentiveness (because you need to care for them) and even lower blood pressure. 

Ideally, place a few in a well light area around your zen space and maybe even a few larger ones. 

Try to have pictures or quotes that give you a calm and happy feeling, something that motivates and inspires you. This will help cement your zen corner into something safe and uplifting. Try to think about the things that make you feel good, and add them in and around your space. Keep in mind that you need somewhere comfortable to sit and unwind too. 




6.20.2020

The Healthy Way To Quickly Lose Weight

If you’re looking for ways to lose a little weight or directly target the fat on your body, then it can be utterly shocking just how much bad advice there is on the internet. From long-term fasting to cleanses that seem to have no real nutritional value, it can be difficult to separate the fads from what actually works. For that reason, we’re going to look at a few tips for quick weight loss that genuinely work.


Know what you should eat less of
First of all, make sure that you’re measuring what you’re eating. However, controlling calories in only one part of the overall equation. You need to make sure that you’re generally eating less unhealthy stuff. If you’re looking to lose belly fat, this means cutting out the sugars and the complex carbohydrates that the body will have a harder time dealing with. Processed foods, in general, are full of salt and additives that can affect your metabolism and energy levels, making it harder for you to stay active and to shift that weight.

Get your body burning energy better
There are a host of ways to improve the way that your body burns the energy that otherwise turns into additional pounds. Following a dietary routine, having your meals at the same time every day can boost your metabolism. However, the keto diet plan has got a lot of scientific backing to legitimize its effectiveness in improving how your body deals with fat. This low-carb, high-fat diet puts your body in a metabolic state called ketosis, which is effectively when fat cells are burned at a much quicker rate.

Know when not to eat
When we think of fasting, you might think of the unhealthy practice of going days without food, or in only having a cleansing drink for your daily nutrition. This can lead to malnutrition just as quickly as it can lead to weight loss. However, intermittent fasting has proven to be much healthier. This is when you fit all of your eating into a part of the day, making sure that you eat nothing at all outside of that time. It also splits your week into fasting and non-fasting days to make sure that you’re not making your body overdo it.

Don’t stress over it
If your health routine is causing you genuine stress, then it’s a good sign that you should pull back and relax things at least a little. Not only because it’s unpleasant, but also because it’s counter-productive. Cortisol, also known as the stress hormone, makes it harder to lose weight, particularly by increasing your appetite. As such, if you have to, then take care to increase your workouts gradually rather than trying to force too much onto yourself at once. Stress is the enemy of a healthy lifestyle, it’s never worth it.

Remember, regardless of what tips you follow, you always have to do so within reason. If you’re feeling uncertain about any changes to your body, don’t hesitate to get your doctor involved in the conversation.

6.18.2020

These Organization Tips will make for a Stress-free Move'

Moving. Just the thought of relocating might send shivers down your spine. If it does, you’re not alone! Whether you’re relocating across town, moving your business from one building to another, or moving your entire life across countries, there are ways to make the transition a little easier. The stress of moving itself is typically compounded with a slew of unknowns: not knowing what teachers your kids will have at new schools, being unsure of how long your commute will take in rush hour, and whether your neighbors will be your new best friends or new worst enemies. 


How can you organize your relocation to make it as stress-free as possible? With this handful of tips, you’ll be on your way to unpacking your belongings into your new home in no time flat. 
Create a relocation budget. Moving isn’t cheap. Being prepared for your move financially will place you in a much less stressful spot than if you’re suddenly surprised by all the added fees. If moving into a rental, be prepared for deposits like cleaning fees, and first and last month deposit. If you’re moving into a home you’re purchasing, be aware of the cost of things like renting a moving truck or purchasing cardboard moving boxes and tape.  If you’re moving entire cities, make sure to research the price difference of basic costs of living so you can account for any substantial changes. 
Look into local moving services for the actual moving day. This can reduce costs of renting your own truck and packing boxes (since many of them include them in moving packages,) and you won’t be on the receiving end of a very heavy couch. 
Be organized; labeling boxes isn’t fun, but it is incredibly useful, especially if you have a moving company unloading your boxes into your home. If your work team is relocating offices, provide boxes for each employee and have them dismantle their desks and place their belongings into their boxes with their names clearly labeled. This will help with confusion the following workday when everyone is getting settled into their new spaces. 
Plan in advance. Decide which boxes or furniture is most important to be set up on moving day. Usually, this means having your beds put together, any work-from-home necessities easily accessible for the next day. If you need that coffee maker plugged in the following day before you’ll even consider unpacking a box, make sure it’s labeled clearly. 
Pre-cook food if you’re trying to stick to a budget. Pizza on moving day is pretty traditional in a lot of households, but there’s something entirely rewarding about being able to shower off after a dusty and sweaty day of unpacking, sitting in your own dining room, and eating a warm (albeit re-heated) meal. Just make it an easy meal to clean up, since you’re going to be doing a lot of cleaning up and unpacking over several days. And, be sure to pack those wine glasses with your meal, since you’re likely going to want a glass of wine after a long moving day. 



6.17.2020

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Home Maintenance Chores To Tackle This Summer



Hurray for the summer, the season of BBQs, and some much needed holiday time. But before you start to enjoy yourself too much, there are just a few summer maintenance jobs that it’s best to tackle now!

1 . Beautify your garden

When the sun is shining, we all want to spend plenty of time in the garden, whether garden gatherings or playing with the kids. First things first, your garden may need a little spruce up to create a relaxing space. Get rid of the weeds, mow your lawn, and plant some colorful flowers. Flowers like Coreopsis, Nasturtiums, or Morning Glories are all ideal for your summer garden. For some great tips and motivation, try using the Gardentags app, here you’ll find great advice on plant care, pests, and weeds. Garden Answers is another useful application, helping you to create the perfect garden.

2. Scrub your windows

Summer is the ideal time to give your windows a deep clean, and you don’t even need special cleaning products to do so. Add 4 cups of white vinegar to a large bucket of warm water and use the solution to scrub your windows inside and out. If you do prefer to purchase a cleaning solution, try green cleaners made of plant-based ingredients. To ensure that your windows are streak-free, try using cloths made of microfibre.

3. Keep pests out

You’ve probably noticed that pests try to sneak their way into your home during the summer time. There are several natural remedies you can use to keep pests out of the house. First up, there are many essential oils that pests just hate, including lavender, peppermint, or eucalyptus. Try applying the oils to a cloth and rubbing the scent on your surfaces and along edges of the floor. You could also try using diatomaceous earth; it's a special sand that is made out of fossilized algae. Simply sprinkle the earth along the entrances to your home, including the edges of doorways and windows.

4. Check your air con

Air conditioning units are our saviors during the summer months! If your air conditioning unit needs a repair, it’s wise to call an Air conditioning service now before the temperature gets even hotter. If you don’t already have an air conditioner, you might want to consider investing in one. With an air-con, you’ll keep your home cool and reduce the risk of feeling uncomfortable or dehydrated. You will need to clean out your air-con filter at least every two weeks (unless you have a self-cleaning air conditioner).

5. Clean out your gutters

Over the course of the year, our gutters can collect dead leaves and other debris. Leaving your gutters clogged can result in leaks in your roof and damage to your property. Now that the weather is nice, take the opportunity to get outside and clean your gutters. Remember to pay close attention to safety when using ladders. You can always call in a professional if you’re not comfortable going up on your roof.














5 Ways to Make Your Old House as Energy-Efficient as a New One

If you live in a house that’s more than fifty years old, you’re probably used to paying higher utility bills. Today’s architects and contractors take into consideration the energy efficiency and consumers value it as one of the best features a home can have. It wasn’t always like that. Not because the energy was more abundant thirty or forty years ago, but because the construction industry couldn’t seal off the outside influences with the same efficiency as they do it today. 
So, there’s no reason not to make use of the new energy-saving construction trends. To do that you don’t need to demolish your house and build a new one. There are dozens of fixes, alterations, and renovations that can improve your old house’s energy efficiency and make it as good as new. 

Replace light bulbs or the lighting system



This is the easiest fix, which any homeowner can afford. If you still use the old incandescent light bulbs, replace them with the LED or CFL ones. This way, you will save four to six times more energy. LED light is by far the most economical option, but even the CFL light bulbs spend four times less power than the incandescent ones. 
While you are at it, you can further improve the lighting in your home. By installing motion sensor switches, you will ensure that the lights are turned off when nobody’s in the room without you having to think about it. If you connect this switch to a smart home system, you’ll get a portable light controller that can work from a smartphone app. It will allow you to turn your lights on and off, while you’re on vacation. This way, you’ll put off the burglars and won’t need to leave your porch light on during the whole vacation period. Choosing to use green home tips can be a great way to improve the state of your house and save money in the long run. 

Replace toilets, shower heads, and faucets to save water



Old toilets spend much more water per flush than the modern ones. In addition, old houses also come with leaky faucets and shower heads. These parts are easy to replace and fix, and the latest low-flow toilets can drastically decrease your home’s water consumption. 
The water authorities claim that leaky toilets from the 70s’ and the 80s’ spend 77% more water than the new low-flow ones. Depending on the water and sewer rates in your country, replacing your old toilet with a new water-saving one can save you a lot of money. Leaky faucets can also affect your water bill. Fixing them and changing the old shower heads will also make your morning showers more enjoyable.

Consider using alternative energy sources


Although they require bigger upfront investments, alternative energy-sources are real money-savers. By switching to solar, wind or geothermal energy, you’ll drastically decrease the utility bills. The choice of alternative energy sources depends on the climate zone you live in. For example, solar energy works best in hotter climate zones, such as Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, etc. Also, if possible, try to work towards bettering your existing solar solutions, and opting for the SMA inverter with warranty excellence will surely decrease your energy costs and improve the state of your old house. Maybe solar energy seems uninteresting and distant, but it’s definitely here to stay, considering the current state of our environment. So, opting for solar energy solutions, or any other type of alternative source, is a great way to make a brave step toward a green future. 

Change doors and windows or fix their leaks


Doors and windows are traditionally the biggest air leaks in every household. Many old houses have traditional single pane windows, and even if they have several panes, they usually come with a lot of space in between. This allows cold air to come in and decrease the temperature inside the house.
Old wooden doors tend to bend and shrink, due to humidity. Combined with single-paned windows, loosely fit doors can create a constant draft within your house, which can decrease the temperature in winter months and increase it during the hot summer days. 
If you want to replace the windows, the best option would be including double- or triple-paned windows with aluminum frames. Although aluminum is easier to clean, you can also get the same amount of insulation with PVC frames, for a much lower price. If you don’t have enough funds for replacing all of your windows, you can add caulking or plastic insulation to decrease the air leak.

Adding more insulation can be of great help


Older houses usually have far less effective insulation. Twenty or thirty years ago, contractors used more traditional and less energy-efficient insulation materials. Before you start adding more insulation, you should conduct an energy assessment first. The type and the thickness of insulation should depend on the climate and the condition of your house. 
Adding a blanket or blown-in insulation to your walls and attic can easily save you several hundred dollars per year. In addition to this, you also need to seal all the gaps in the roof and the attic to stop the cold air from entering your home.
Apart from saving your money, making your house more energy-efficient decreases your carbon footprint and helps you establish a clean and healthy way of living. That’s why helping the environment can be viewed as the most important benefit that these easy fixes bring. 




Ways to make your long term marriage happier- Starting today

If you have been reading here long enough you know my favourite topic to discuss is marriage so today I am sharing with you some ways to make your marriage happier, this is the biggest question I get asked.
  • Remind your partner and yourself( I struggle with this one, because I am my own worst enemy), that you appreciate them. 
  • Say Thank you for the little things 
  • Practice honesty even when your ashamed
  • Take care of your appearance ( look good for each other) 
  • Foster relationships outside your marriage ( take those girl trips with your mom, sisters, friends etc. I love going on trips with my husband and kid but those special girl trips def help you appreciate each other more. 
  • Watch your words- many things you should never say to each other..never start a conversation with " you know it's always been your problem"  Never say if you loved me you wouldn't do that.  
  • In life there are small things and big things...
          The big things: draining a bank account for a gambling addiction.  most of our problems start out small enough... he leaves his clothes on the floor, this creates a giant festering sore, it leads to words like if you loved me you wouldn't leave your clothes around.
           The small things: if left unaddressed will do us in, for a happier marriage address them right away and say things like " Honey, would you mind picking up your clothes for me please" 
  • Relish the silence... sometimes the best way to address a problem is to just walk away from it---as in seriously let it go, not every insult is intended, practice letting go as much as you can 
  • Recognize the ebb and flow- relationships aren't flat lined, that is death actually. Life has it's ups and downs, peaks and valleys.  We all go through periods where the more thought of life without our partner can bring tears to our eyes and a week later we feel like we cannot even handle the sound of their breathing, we have all been there, the trick is Do Not Stay There. 
  • Be Kind- we tend to take advantage of those we love the most--- probably because we know they love us and we can get away with it.  A much healthier way to start each day is look at your spouse and say "How can I make you happy today"? 
  • Maintain intimacy and passion both inside and outside the bedroom.  Intimacy is not just sex and passion isn't just doing it on the kitchen counter, bedroom habits age along with your marriage.  Give your spouse that kiss every morning and night, do not ever go to sleep mad, make up time is the best time 😏
Every couple needs to make time for each other, we all live busy lives, we have busy jobs and kids but make time for each other. Even if you have babies wait until they are asleep, make dinner and dessert together, snuggle up and watch a movie.  
Date nights do not have to be costly

6.15.2020

Five Things You Must Do If You Are Involved In A Traffic Collision '


When it comes to road traffic, the US is one of the busiest countries in the world, with 279.6 million vehicles on roads throughout the United States. With so many vehicles operating in such a small space, it’s no wonder that there are more than five million road traffic accidents every year. No one wants to think about being in a road traffic accident, but if you own a vehicle and drive it on the road, then it is a possibility that you need to consider. So here are five things you need to make sure are in the back of your mind just in case you find yourself caught up in a traffic accident or involved in a collision. 
  1. Medical treatment comes first

It doesn’t matter whose fault the accident was if anyone from the collision is injured then you need to ring for medical assistance straight away. Sometimes the adrenaline from a road collision can take over, making your injuries feel less painful than they actually are, which is why it is wise to call for medical help regardless of any outward symptoms. 
  1. Call the police

Regardless of the scale of the collision, you should always call the police. The police will take an official report of the accident which will then be available for you to read and to use for your insurance and personal injury claim. Without an accident report, you may be unable to prove fault and your insurance company could deny your claim.
  1. Don’t leave the scene

Leaving the scene of an accident can result in a hit and run offense. The only time you can leave the scene of an accident before it is resolved is if you require medical treatment and are taken to hospital in an ambulance. Stay with your vehicle until the emergency services arrive to avoid any confusion and to make sure that evidence is documented. 
  1. Take pictures

Camera phones have made it easy for everyone to gather evidence at the scene. If you are able to do so safely, then take images of your car, any other vehicles that were involved, and any other evidence that you can see. Pictures from the scene of the crash can be invaluable evidence in the event of a dispute and can also help to prove who is at fault. 
  1. Call a lawyer 

If you were involved in an accident that wasn’t your fault then you may have grounds for a personal injury claim. Compensation from a personal injury claim can help to cover your medical expenses, be put towards the repair of your vehicle, and to protect you from loss of earnings. Learn more about personal injury claims here. 

So there you have it - five simple things that you need to remember if you are ever in a traffic accident. Remember, medical assistance always comes first, call the police, never leave the scene, photos are worth a thousand words and a lawyer can help you gain the compensation you deserve. 

6.13.2020

Get Eco Active And Make Your Home More Sustainable

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Get Eco Active And Make Your Home More Sustainable 



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The world is changing, and more demands are being made on us to be ecologically responsible. No longer is it acceptable to stick your head in the sand and leave worrying about our planet and the environment to everyone else. We all need to act now and work together to ensure the health and wellbeing of all the planet’s species. 

One of the most simple changes you can make is by changing your light bulbs at home to LED bulbs. These use far less energy and will also help you to save money on your bills. They are a little more expensive to purchase, but they have a longer lifespan than traditional bulbs. So you will save money and be doing your bit for the environment

Making use of free energy sources will also help reduce the impact we have on the planet. Fitting solar panels to your home or using solar lighting outside in the garden is an excellent investment. The sun is the most potent natural energy provider, and you might find that there are financial incentives to help you switch to this way of powering your home. You may also find that you generate more energy than you need for your home if this is the case you could make money from the energy you produce! There are other natural ways you can generate power too. The wind and hydropower are both options which can be used in our homes. Get some advice to find out the best options for you in your area. 

One area that people often miss in their homes is their loft. We can lose a lot of heat from the roof of our house, which means we are using far more energy than we need. Speaking to attic insulation contractors and getting some quotes to ensure you are keeping all of your heat inside your home is an excellent step to reducing your energy bill and increasing your responsibility for the planet. 

Your garden is an area where you can really make a difference. Instead of using water from your tap, buy some rain butts and collect the rainwater from your guttering. This is better for your plants so will improve the growth and quality of your flowers and vegetables. It will also take the pressure off our water companies and will benefit the wildlife and ecosystem. 

Growing your own vegetables will also reduce your impact on our planet's resources and reduce your carbon footprint. Instead of buying your food from the shops, you can grow your own at home and start to live a more sustainable life. You could even consider buying chickens, so you have your own supply of eggs.

Small changes have significant impacts, even if you don’t feel like they will make much difference. If every household across the world committed to reducing their carbon footprint, then soon we would see a great change across the earth. It is time to start doing your bit for the planet, so think about where you could make a difference and start changing the way you live, today.



6.12.2020

Preventing Those Pests From Hitting Your Home

The weather is turning which means, for a lot of us, that a lot of pests are going to start coming out of the woodwork. Rather than simply waiting for the problem to hit your home and your garden, you should be taking steps to prevent it instead. Here are five tips that can help you do just that.


A sealed home is a safer one
Simply put, the fewer breaches in your home’s exterior, the less likely it is that insects will find a way to crawl inside. It’s also a lot better for your HVAC systems, making you spend less money since the home lets less heat in or out. Draught sealing the home is all about looking for air gaps, usually around the windows and door, and caulking them closed.

Give your garden a tidy
The more overgrown your garden is, the more cover that any pests have to reach your home. They love long grass, they love standing water, and they especially love overgrown trees, all of which helps them move in closer to door and gutters. While trimming the lawn and clearing any water that’s left standing is easy, a tree company can make sure you’re safely managing those branches, too. Otherwise, they can practically give insects a bridge to your windows and gutters.

Give yourself less garden to deal with
There are more permanent ways to make your garden less of a pest risk, as well. Simply put, the more greenery there is, the more likely there are to be creepy-crawlies and even the occasional small mammal hiding out in there. As such, you can give yourself less garden to give them less of a home. Adding some paving, a deck, or a stone patio to the garden can push the pests way back from the home. There’s less likely to hang out in the open on non-organic materials.

Ventilation is key
Most pests, especially the buggy kind, love humid, dark, and isolated environments. Many of them are weak to dehydration as a result of dry air, and those environments give them the perfect place to nest, especially in your basement, attic, or crawl space. As such, taking the time to ventilate the attic or other isolated, dank parts of the home can make sure that pests aren’t given the welcome mat.

Mind that garbage
While it might not very appetizing to you, leaving any garbage or foodstuffs lying out in the open is a very easy way to attract the bugs that will gladly feed on it. Make sure you’re using sealed containers for your trash and dispose of it as regularly as possible if you don’t want wasps, flies, and other insects getting a free meal.

You can’t prevent every single pest incursion, of course, but you can make sure that it’s a lot less likely that you will be having any uninvited guests in the near future, at the very least. Follow the tips above and always be vigilant for the signs of any pest infestations.
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