So it’s been confirmed, and you are having your second baby- Congratulations! Your life is going to be blessed with another little person, and your first child is going to be a big brother or sister. Unlike your first pregnancy, you have some idea of what to expect this time around.
If you have ever suffered an injury as a result of an accident, you will know how painful it can be. You will also know that it takes time to recover and how much of an inconvenience that can be. Accidents happen and sometimes they are outside of our control. But there are steps we can take to prevent them and keep ourselves safe.
Anyone who has had more than one pregnancy knows that it is a unique experience each time. But when it has been several years or even a decade since the last one was born, it’s difficult to remember all the little quirks of being pregnant. Some might say it is much harder having a subsequent pregnancy so much later in life. But we’re older and wiser now. And the experience of before can only help guide us through the next nine months.
Could it be time to make your health, skin and beauty treatments more natural? Read on for some inspiration to get you started…
Exercise is not just about ticking a box. It’s not about getting through it as quickly as possible. It’s about getting the most out of your workouts and feeling the benefit. If your exercise regime isn’t delivering, it’s time to take action.
Our skin is the largest organ that we have, which is why it’s so important that we give it the TLC that it needs. It’s important to make skin care a priority throughout the year. However, during the warmer summer months, it becomes even more important. A combination of the warmer weather, summer allergies, and spending lots of time in the sun can wreak havoc on our skin. If you want skin that’s soft, smooth, and as healthy as possible, here’s what you need to be doing.
Losing weight is something that many brides want to achieve before their big day. Whether it’s a few pounds or half their body weight, weight loss can make you feel more confident and beautiful. But some brides take their wedding weight loss goals to the extreme by following extreme diets and exercise regimes. This is often in a big to lose as much weight in as little time as possible.
As we age, signs of ageing begin to show up on our skin. The older we get, the more our skin shows our age. This can have a massive effect on our confidence, leaving us feeling less beautiful than we used to. While this shouldn’t be the case, images of ‘beautiful’ women we see splashed across social media have had a big impact on our perceptions. Making us yearn for more youthful skin.
According to statistics provided by the Market Data research-firm, in order to shed some pounds, Americans spend over $60 million each year on everything from diet soda to weight-loss programs. Popular prescribed diet plans, such as The Zone and Jenny Craig are often quite successful, at least in the short term. Cookie-cutter formulas are fine if you need to lose those extra pounds before your high school reunion, however, if you want long-term success, you need a diet that caters to your individual needs and a full body workout on a weekly basis.
If you want to change your face or body, there are some things you can alter through diet and exercise. When a lifestyle change can’t make a difference, you can do things like having a facial or getting a haircut. However, there are some things you can’t change unless you’re willing to go under the knife. For example, the only way to naturally make your breasts larger is to put on weight. And you can’t change your nose without having a surgical procedure. If you’re considering surgery to change something you don’t like, you have to be aware of the risks.
As a modern mum, you are likely to look after multiple children, a home, a job, and a hundred and one other responsibilities. It all adds up to an increasingly busy life, with little time to relax.
The trouble is, if you can’t take time out, it can have a severe impact on your life. Stress will, inevitably, follow. And, it also means you will struggle to give your young kids the quality of care you always wanted for them.