Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and I hate to sound like some kind of old-fashioned 1950s housewife TV character, but I’m not really sure I’m gonna be in the mood for romance (sorry, sweetie!) because it feels like someone is squishing my head. With pointy pliers. While playing heavy metal music. It’s just not very sexy.
Some kids never get growing pains. Others seem to suffer from them on an almost weekly basis. There’s no scientific evidence that bone growth causes discomfort—but my 7-year-old, who went from pint-sized, dimple-kneed and almost plump to a long-and-lean string bean practically overnight, would beg to differ. She begged to differ at 2 a.m. several weeks ago, in fact, when she woke up in tears because her shins hurt.
Powering through a tough workout, you’re nearing the end. And then it hits: a sharp, stabbing sensation in a muscle that halts you in your steps, maybe even causing you to double over in pain. Cramps are a nightmare—but they’re common, especially during exercise. Is there anything you can do to keep them from coming on?
The entire world is enamored with Christian Grey and his infamous Red Room of Pain. In case you’re living under a rock and need to be caught up to speed, you can grab your own copy of Fifty Shades of Grey right now at Vitacost.com. For those of you that swoon at the mere mention of a silver tie, I have good news. Vitacost.com has recently expanded their catalog of sexual health products to include a touch of the wild side.
Since we’re not all billionaires with private jets and a mansion in which we can dedicate an entire room to our sexual fantasies, I present to you the “Red Box of Pain” (RBOP). With a few easy steps, you too can experience all of the sensual pleasures of BDSM (bondage-discipline-submission-masochism) in the privacy of your own home. Read more →
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