Battling With The Loss Of A Loved One

Battling With The Loss Of A Loved One

Life isn’t easy. That’s a big, nasty pill to swallow but swallow it you must. It’s full of amazing, wonderful, gorgeous and mesmerizing things; nature, family, friends, laughs, so much wonder. But it isn’t without its darkness either, and one of the darkest experiences anyone can go through is a battle with bereavement. The death of a loved one is as devastating as anything else in this life. What’s more, there is no set way to deal with it because it affects everyone of us in different ways.

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Is Your House Still a Home?

5 Factors to Consider Before Buying a House for the First Time

People often say “home is where the heart is”, but what do you do if you no longer feel like your heart is in your home? This kind of situation is more frequent than you think, and chances are you might be in denial if you think that your house is still your home if you don’t like it. Some people make the rushed decision of buying a home and investing perhaps a decade of their life to paying off a mortgage,

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Types of Cardiovascular Disease

Creating Healthy Habits

Fact: Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, responsbile for 1 in 3 deaths each year. Divas, that equates to approximately one of us each MINUTE.

It is vital for us to undertand heart disease, dispel myths and commit to healthy habits to help us live longer and stronger.

Among the many chronic conditions we know about today, heart disease – or cardiovascular disease – is the one surrounded by the most myths.

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Tips for Advancing Your Career on Maternity Leave

Tips for Advancing Your Career on Maternity Leave

One of the biggest issues young mothers have in choosing when and how much time to take off when birthing a child is the fact that few states mandate paid maternity leave and of those that do, the time isn’t really long enough to do much but heal. Even the six weeks that is allowed in states such as California and Massachusetts isn’t enough to bond with baby, ensuring that he or she is off to a good and healthy start.

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3 Personal Business Touches You Can Make

Little Touches You Can Make To Your Business

One of the many features of a successful company is what the customer takes away from the experience they have. Regardless of the product they bought, they will always remember how they felt. Maybe they were upset because they were not treated with respect, or maybe they didn’t feel a personal connection. Whatever people’s individual issues with dealing with a company, either from the client or customer perspective, one thing rings true, it is the personal touches that you can offer.

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Spending To Save 101

Spending to Save 101

There are two ways to be frugal. There’s the way that involves getting as miserly as possible and spending money as little as often. Then there’s the fun way. That’s the way of making the best use of your money so that you get more from it, not less. There a lot of ways to spend in order to save, as unintuitive as that might sound at first glance.

Eat better

One of the excuses that a lot of people make when they don’t want to eat healthier is that it costs more.

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The Path Less Traveled Isn’t Always The Best To Take

The Path Less Traveled Isn't Always The Best To Take

We all stray off the right track sometimes. There is no manual on how to live, so it’s no surprise we sometimes fail to make the right choices. And that’s all that gets us where we are – choices. Sometimes, we make the right ones. Often, we don’t. The good news is, there’s no reason to stay on the path you’ve chosen. Life may consist of choices, but few of them are definite. If you’re starting to see that this route is too overgrown,

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