It’s that time of year again—the most joyful, but for many (especially Moms), also the most stressful. If non-stop gift shopping, party hopping, treat baking and tree trimming has you all tuckered out, take some time to unwind with these relaxation remedies from The Bombshell Mommy, Abigail Blank. Watch the video.
Most of us are pretty stressed. Women tend to carry a heavy workload, including the majority of child rearing, at least 60 percent of the housework (even when working full time), plus managing the bulk of the family’s social engagements. That can wear us down over time. It’s beautiful and selfless that you spend every day caring for others, but you need to take care of yourself, too, or you won’t have any more to give to those you love.
Here are 3 ways to unwind, even when you’re short on time: Read more →
When you’re pregnant, suddenly everything in life is about the baby. You probably used to eat foods that you liked. Now, what you’re eating is “womb service” for that little growing sprout, so you choose your foods with care. (Or perhaps you just choose cheese fries—we won’t judge.)
Sleeping isn’t just about recovering from a long day—now it’s about getting enough zzz’s to grow a healthy baby (and perhaps experiencing some bizarre dreams…I can’t be the only one who dreamed she gave birth to a maimed Cabbage Patch Doll.)
Every week, we bring in tons of fabulous new products – some of which are requested by you, our loyal customers. This week, our newest additions include gentle shampoo from California Baby, organic tea from St. Dalfour and soothing throat drops from Luden’s, just to name a few!
What’s hot and not in health this week? Let’s explore the latest trends and info, including an amino acid that doubles as an antioxidant and the not-so-appetizing ingredients used to make pet food.
Quote of the day:
“We are each gifted in a unique and important way. It is our privilege and our adventure to discover our own special light.”
While drinking tea one afternoon, it occurred to me that everything is a metaphor.
As you become more aware, more present, more in tune and grounded, you begin to notice that the things that you do all day long are a metaphor for who you are. For how you walk through the world. Read more →
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