Don't enter the new year experiencing the post-holiday blues. The lights and trees may be gone, but the joy could still be there. January, after all, is the first month of the year, and a chance for a clean slate, an opportunity to embrace change--mentally and physically. Embrace this possibility and make 2020 the beginning of a better you. One new step at a time Yes, you could “fake it till you make it”, but don't rely on automatically waking up with a chipper demeanor.
Not all people calculate their travel budget when they plan a vacation. However, there are some good reasons why everyone should do it. Everyone likes to travel and taking your family on a holiday vacation can be one of the beautiful moments that you will cherish forever. If you do not plan your travel budget and make your hotel reservations and ticket bookings in advance, you will end up paying a hefty sum for your accommodation and travel. You should plan your vacation in advance
These vegetable and fruit smoothie recipes will help you stop worrying about the common ailments of the summer. The summer holidays are almost here! There is no doubting that summer holidays are some of the best times of the year where you get to relax the body and mind, travel the world and see people and new places. During these times, ailments such as dehydration, hay fever, and sunburns may come knocking. Creams and prescription medicine might be used to combat these ailments but the
Oh, those fall feelings... Growing up, I hated Fall, with a passion. Really. Worst. Season. Ever. Anyone else shares my childhood repulsion of those times when the weather turned cold, pools closed for the season and then there was that dreaded first day back to school? Yet, as the calendar pages have flipped many times over, a switch in me has also flipped, and I’ve changed my ways. I now appreciate all the noteworthy seasonal nuances that Fall has to offer. But why did I