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Since giving birth to my first child, my outlook on the products I use have changed – a lot. I never paid much attention to labels and what products contained versus what they didn’t contain, but being a mom changed all that. One of the major changes I’ve made in the household and personal care products that I purchase is only choosing those that are sulfate-free.
In this post I’ll be sharing with you two products that have helped take the worry of whether or not I’m making good purchasing decisions as and when it comes to living a healthier lifestyle.
When you’ve been living in one place for years, your surroundings can become a little boring. Some people do full redesign projects while others opt to change paint colors or add new furniture pieces here or there. Personally, I rearrange my bedroom and living room about three times a year just to shake things up.
Whatever your preference is, you can probably agree that transforming your living space gives you a boost of energy that can be beneficial for your mood and creativity. So today I’m sharing a clever way for you to shake up your space fairly quickly and easy.
In my short 29 years of life there’s one fact that I’ve come to learn and accept: as sure as you’ll live to see day after day, you’ll also see troubles in your life from time to time.
Of course it feels great to imagine our days consistently stress-free, picture perfect and easy but that’s not reality nor can I think back to any mantra, scripture or quote that promised us it would be that way. We can even “choose” to not let people, things and situations stress us out, but the possibility that they will or that those situations would even arise still remains.
So what do we do about it?
Continuing in the spirit of kicking off the new year with a new mindset, let’s tackle a topic that plays a larger role in our lives than we sometimes realize or even want to acknowledge.
I used to get really defensive as and when someone would try to give me advice about people I considered myself friends with or who I associated with. I was defensive mostly because I’ve always thought I was pretty good at choosing the right people to be around but I also didn’t like hearing that maybe I’d gotten it wrong. But as with most things in life, you live and you learn and I’ve learned that you can’t take associations lightly.
Maybe you’ve been there before, maybe you haven’t and your day is coming – but any woman who has ever been “late,” is currently expecting or has given birth knows what it’s like waiting for that #MomentOfTruth.
I’ll never forget my own #MomentOfTruth and using my experience, I want to help you prepare for yours.