Articles in the ‘Self-Care’ Category
If you’ve been looking for an escape from the stress of Austin living, look no further. Here are the 5 best places in Austin to get some peace and quiet.
Some women love wearing makeup. It makes them feel good about themselves or gives them an outlet for self-expression and that’s great! But if you’re wearing makeup every day because you’re self-conscious or you think that it’s just the ‘normal’ thing to do, you might be wearing it for the wrong reasons.
Many women in their 30s, 40s and even 50s still have acne. It’s also a time when we start to develop fine lines and, eventually, wrinkles. So, what do you do when your skin is suffering from both acne and signs of aging at the same time?
If you’ve already given up on your New Year’s Resolution, you’re not alone. One survey found that 55% of respondents kept their New Year’s resolution for less than a year, with 11% lasting less than a month.
If you’ve given up on your fitness goals for this year, you don’t have to wait until the new year to get back on track. It’s never too late to start over.
If you’ve finally decided that it’s the right time to start your family but you’re struggling to get pregnant, you may be experiencing infertility. It can be frustrating and upsetting if getting pregnant is taking longer than you expected. If you’re concerned, but aren’t at the point where you’re ready to take the big (and expensive) step of medical intervention, there are some simple lifestyle changes that can improve your chances to conceive.
It is critical to our mental health to have people in our lives that provide us with practical and emotional support. But our support system must change as we do, and this makes it necessary to reach out and connect with others. This also necessitates ending friendships that no longer serve and detract from our innate needs.
“I do not want children. Simple. I am okay with my decision, of course, but I still struggle with feeling judged by others.” If this sounds like your situation, we are sad that you are feeling pressured because of your personal choice to remain child-free, but we want you to know you are far from being alone with it.
Most doctors are trained to identify and treat symptoms in men, making it less likely to correctly diagnose female patients. And what’s worse, we are often ignored.
If you are experiencing adult-onset acne, there are some practical measures that you can take that can help you reduce and prevent skin breakouts.