September is finally here, and so many of us will be going through changes this month that in theory, September can be seen as a sort of new year, a fresh start, time of the year, wouldn’t you agree? For many mothers, their children are off back to school after a fun, or maybe long, summer holiday break, however you want to view it. Some people are back to work after their summer breaks away, even adults are heading back to college, school or lessons if they are doing some extra or adult learning projects. With this new fresh start that September brings, it can also bring us crashing back down to Earth with a great big thud. Why? You may be wondering. After all, isn’t this the opportunity for change and starting as you mean to go on?
Healthy habits are not something you should squeeze into your busy lifestyle – if you don’t have your health, you have nothing. Yet, unfortunately, most of us do put our health aside in favour of completing deadlines, indulging in unhealthy habits, and making the most of today. But if our health is not a priority, then everything else will suffer. It’s about time we started giving our health the attention it deserves, even in the face of busy work schedules. Here are a few ways you can start making time for your health, even if you only have thirty minutes to spare.
Despite living in a world full of makeup and hair products and just about every fashion item you could imagine, we find that there is still an epidemic of low self-esteem. With photoshopped pictures lining the aisles of the grocery stores and even concealing the true looks of average girls on Instagram, we often find ourselves feeling as though we aren’t good enough. Whether it is the way our makeup looks, the way our hair falls, the size pants we wear, where we live, or how many friends we have there is always something that leaves us comparing ourselves to others.
It plagues almost every aspect of our lives from how we think about ourselves to how we react to life situations. But, this epidemic of low self-esteem doesn’t just stem from the media. Low self-esteem can arise from influences and thoughts generated from others but also from within.
And, it negatively affects our lives:
A staggering 73% of Britons have admitted they were unhappy with the way they sit
According to a new study by Urban Massage, Britons are spending more than thirteen hours a day using electronic devices, which has led to 73% of those surveyed admitting that they are unhappy with the way that they sit. They are spending more than thirteen hours a day using electronic devices.
Eczema is a dreaded term for many out there. It is an inflammatory skin condition that affects almost 1-3% adults in the US. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, it begins early in the childhood. It goes easily unnoticed since doctors attribute it to an allergic reaction to creams, soaps, eye products and other common factors in the initial stages.
To address one of the most typical displeasures of women today with their bodies, we made a list of some of the best exercises to reduce belly fat for female at home. Bulging tummies vex millions of women (and men) today. An increasingly stressful life, escalating physical inactivity, and permeation of processed food in ones daily diet, are just some of its main causes. Not being able to wear a bikini or midriff and slim-fit jeans without feeling embarrassed is actually the least of the problem. A growing midsection could be a precursor to some serious illnesses such as diabetes, hypertension and heart disorders.
Many people struggle with living and working. In this very constant quest to move up the ladder, fit into society and secure financial security, we often neglect the very life we currently have.
Inspirational Southend-based charity fundraiser and local hero Tom Sloan will be motivationally embarking on a very unique iron man fundraising challenge on August 11 as the Essex-based philanthropic champion fearlessly ascends Ben Nevis – the most famous and colossal sized mountain in the entire United Kingdom – as well as additionally taking on the very daunting challenge of a gruelling 12 mile Highland hike within 24 hours to positively raise awareness for testicular cancer in aid of registered charity Check Me Lads; Phil Morris officially founded Check Me Lads and Tom Sloan has currently raised over £1,780 on Just Giving for the registered charity.