Every time we get out of bed, we have been blessed with a new day to turn into something beautiful. However, there is a growing number of people who are struggling to get out of bed every morning because of a chronic illness. If you are one of these people, or you know someone in this situation, here are some ways that you can help make your life a little easier.
The COVID-19 pandemic completely transformed the way we operate our businesses. Whether you operate a gym, a supermarket, or even a legal office, people have become much more aware of the dangers of poor hygiene. In response to this, we’ve all established new practices that can keep not only ourselves safe, but also our staff and customers. While parts of the country are starting to return to some sense of normalcy, there are many different practices that won’t be going away anytime soon–and perhaps that’s for the better.
There’s a lot to deal with in the wake of COVID-19, from having to work remotely to canceling vacations, home-schooling kids, and minimizing outdoor social activities. As the pandemic persists and the need for self-isolation continues, individual mental issues such as anxiety are most likely a challenge in many homes. According to a survey, 56% of young adults in the US have reported anxiety or some form of depressive disorder due to the pandemic. Amid all these concerns, families will likely be spending more time together than usual. Here are four ways to keep your family healthy and sane during the pandemic.
I remember back when Tim and I were first married? The romantic candlelit dinners, in anticipation of that good night kiss! Oh such great memories. . . . date nights were so fun and easy! Fast forward 19 years and three children. Let me be frank: our daughters, while adorable and lovable and a gift from God, are 100% romance killers.