Every woman needs her own hand carry grooming and cosmetics bag. To help maintain your beauty you need to be clean and presentable at all times.
Always prepare a make-up, cosmetics, beauty bag to hold your cosmetics, haircare, and skincare supplies when you travel or on the go. It should be a mini-version of your cosmetics drawer/table at home. Take this with you when you travel, go to work or drive in your car.
It should contain the basics – hand moisturizer, soap, hand sanitizer, comb/brush, tissue, mouthwash, tootbrush, tootpaste, feminine wipes, pantyliners, nail file, powder, lipstick, eyebrow pencil, mascara, cheek tint.
In 1912, Anna Jarvis created Mother’s day as a day for each family to honor its mother. She trademarked the phrases “second Sunday in May” and “Mother’s Day”, and created the Mother’s Day International Association.
She was specific about the location of the apostrophe; it was to be a singular possessive, for each family to honour their mother, not a plural possessive commemorating all mothers in the world.
On Mother’s Day we honour the woman who nurtures our family, leads us to our first day of school, and shares in each achievement. She is the superwoman of the household.
Make sure you Mom knows how much you love and appreciate her. Make her breakfast in bed, take her out for lunch. Send her a special gift today! Click here.
This Mother’s Day, be sure to treat her extra special.
Being beautiful is being healthy. By changing your eating habits, you can transition from eating high-calorie, sugar-laden fatty foods to enjoying lowfat, high-fiber meals and snacks. You’ll lose weight and keep it off, while reducing your risk for diabetes, osteoporosis, high blood pressure, stroke, cancer and heart disease. And what more,
you’ll feel better and more energetic.
Of course, changing your eating habits can be difficult. It takes time, focus and a bit of work. The secret to success is to make changes gradually, one at a time. Here are three simple goals you can begin doing right now to help make you healthy.
- Eat seven to twelve servings of fruits and vegetables every day.
It is rich in vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals and fiber. It’s healthy, filling and naturally low in calories and fat. Remember to increase intake gradually. Too much fiber too soon can make you feel bloated.
- Consume eight glasses of water daily.
Since you’ll get some water from food, you can drink at least six glasses of water. You’ll need this much to stay hydrated, maintain energy and sustain your metabolism. You need to be hydrated to be able to exercise.
- Use lowfat cooking techniques.
Avoid frying and sauteing in oil or butter. Instead, steam, bake, grill, stir-fry, braise or poach.
As you change your eating habit, it would also help if you keep a food log to keep track of your progress. It will help you figure out when or why you’re overeating. It will help you focus on small, concrete, realistic goals like eat five fruits every day this week. You can also use your food log to monitor how you’re feeling on your journey to better
With this simple goals and steps, eating more healthfully will become a habit.
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