Help Others Without Writing A Check

The world can be a sad and scary place. Every time we open up our computers or turn on our televisions, there is another tragedy taking place before our eyes. The gravity and magnitude of the problems are overwhelming. We can and should grieve about the sadness in the world but after the initial shock or grief passes, discouragement comes along and tells us there is nothing we can do to make the world less crappy. We turn away and move on with our day. You hear people asking for help all the time. Support this cause or that. The need can leave you feeling weary, especially if you don’t have any extra money to give to worthy causes. Budgets are incredibly tight for most American families. However, there is always something you can do, every single day, to make the world a better place. You can help others without writing a check. Here is how…

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Active Gift Guide for Holiday 2016 #DMHoliday16

With the holidays upon us, shopping has begun. You want to give gifts that are thoughtful and align with the interests and characteristics of the recipient. That is why we give you gift guides for different people with different interests, and today we have the top gifts for those people on your list who like to stay active. Whether you have a runner, a yoga lover, a cross-fitter, a traveler, or someone who just focuses on their overall well being, we have the perfect gift here!

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An Owner’s Manual for Your Vagina

Vaginas! All moms have one. You’ve had your vagina all your life. You know her pretty well. You spend a lot of time together, and your vagina has been there for you for some of the biggest moments of your life, like the moment you became a mom. We should all appreciate the power of our vaginas. However, not every vagina receives the respect and care that she deserves. Do you mistreat your va-jay-jay? You might, and not even realize it. A happy vagina is a healthy one. So let’s straighten out some myths and misconceptions and treat our vaginas right! Here is an owner’s manual to your vagina.

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The Orgasms You Could Be Having

Is your sex life blowing your mind or is it something you just tolerate? If you and your partner are getting bored, you need to try something new! If every sexual encounter is predictable, you need to change it up. Did you know that there is more than one way to have an orgasm? There are lots of ways to orgasms and you’re going to want to try some of these, if not all of them. Warning: this is not safe to read at work. We are getting really real with this one!

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Active Moms Recovering After Baby: Cinch It

Congratulations! Whether this is your first baby or 5th, as an active mom, you surely deserve and need your down time with your new baby. However, it’s no secret that you probably are longing and desiring to get back to your active lifestyle. One of the drawbacks new or veteran moms deal with is the restoration of your core – the belly. Your belly did an amazing job of holding your child within your womb, now it’s time to give it back some love. With a loving hug by Cinch Signature Tummy Wrap, it’s the perfect solution to help support and tone your belly after a natural or c-section birth!

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Take Back Your Sex Life

Sex is an important part of our lives. It shouldn’t become less important because you are a parent. You and your partner still need to connect in a physical and emotional way that can only come from sex. However, we all hit a rough patch in this aspect of our lives. We all get off track when it comes to sex. Maybe all you need is some new experiences to reignite your passion and get you to a place where you are sexually satisfied again. Here are some ideas to take back your sex life. 

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What to Do When You Can’t Pick a Candidate

Everyone is in an uproar over who will be the next President of the United States. Seriously, people are freaking out. We are supposed to get behind a candidate and defend them to the death because we are supposed to believe that the next President is the person who will fix the things that we believe are broken. Our destiny is in the hands of Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump, right? Wrong. Those two don’t control the destiny of our country and they most certainly don’t control the destiny of you and your family. Change doesn’t come down from the top. True change, change that matters, grows from the ground up. Big change is rooted in small beginnings like a seed before it grows into a tree. 

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Bicycle Built for Two: Choosing the Right Child Bike Seat

The weather has finally started to cool down, and that means it’s the perfect time to get the kids outside for some active play. Summer was spent in the sprinklers, at the pool, or at the beach, but the crisp fall air allows you to be active without the need to cool off in the water. One great family friendly activity for this time of year is bike riding. And being prepared with the right gear can make for a much more comfortable and fun ride for everyone. For your littlest riders, a bike seat is a key accessory needed. But how do you know which one is the right one for you?

Hamax is an innovative child road safety company that offers high quality, safe bike seat products for your family. They have several different options depending on your needs and the needs of your child, and it’s important to look at the features of each seat to ensure that it works for your bike and for you. Below is a list of key features to look for when you’re transitioning your bike from a one-seater to a two-seater. 

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How to Elope in San Francisco

For many, planning a wedding is an endeavor that they do not wish to take on. City Hall elopements, both locally and as a tourist, have become a popular option for those looking for a low key solution to their marital vows.   

A beautiful wedding does not need to be a big wedding. Intimate weddings are appealing, with lower costs and less people to manage. Whether planning your first wedding or joining families with a second marriage, a City Hall elopement can create beautiful memories without breaking the bank.

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Sex – Are you doing it wrong?

If you aren’t enjoying sex, it may just be you are doing it wrong. You’re probably rolling your eyes at that. How can you do it wrong? Well, if you are operating off bad information about how your own body works, you aren’t having sex right. Lots of women and men miss the mark when it comes to pleasing a woman sexually. So many people operate off the myth that all you need is vaginal penetration for a woman to climax – that is false. Only 15% of women orgasm from vaginal penetration alone. Movies and pornography get it wrong all the time. Simply going harder and longer isn’t the solution to your problems with satisfaction. If you are doing it wrong, let’s talk about how to do it right!

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Finding Healing for Adult Eczema

Eczema is a skin condition that plagues so many of us. It can be terrible to have a flair up that leaves you with red patches on your skin. It can be painful at worst and irritating at best. If you have this condition, you know that everyday lotion doesn’t cut it. Oftentimes products that claim to help do no good at all, leaving you feeling frustrated and incredibly uncomfortable in your own skin. You need soothing and healing and you need it right away. We’ve found something that actually works and you need to give it a try!

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The Diagnosis That Leaves A Legacy

In the summer of 2008, one July morning, I woke up feeling very dizzy. It was a hot day so I thought it was the heat… But when I saw myself in the mirror, I noticed I couldn’t move my eyeballs. They were stuck looking forward. I called a friend of the family who is a neurologist and asked him to recommend a good ophthalmologist. When he asked me for my symptoms, he was alarmed and asked me to come to his office first. After my examination, he said he wanted an MRI of my head to discard the possibility of Multiple Sclerosis. I immediately went to get tested and the picture revealed white spots on my brain, my neurons were attacked by my own immune system: I have MS. 

Meet Oyuki Aguilar – who turned a devastating illness into a mission for the children yet to come into her life. Discover – The Sport Of Parenting.

Soon after the doctor confirmed the news and lab results (spinal fluid from her back) proved that she was in the early stages, Oyuki took cortisone to bring the inflammation of her optic nerves down and the swelling was gone within a couple of days. But what next? She decided to write a book, and currently lives through the moments as each day blinks by. Her mission: To leave a legacy of her life’s lessons to her children. 

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20 Tips for a Positive Relationship with Social Media

It appears that social media is here to stay, whether we like it or not. While some choose to abstain, the overwhelming majority of us engage in social media in one form or another. Scrolling through facebook or instagram can connect you to people like never before, but it can leave you feeling disconnected. In fact, social media can leave you feeling totally crappy. You can choose to unplug completely but if you don’t want to go totally off the grid, there are ways to use social media without feeling awful. Here are 20 tips to have a positive experience with social media.

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6 Ways To Read More

Researchers have found that readers live almost two years longer than non-readers. A study conducted at Yale and published in the September issue of Social Science & Medicine surveyed the reading patterns of over 3,635 people over the age of 50 years old and found those who read regularly live longer.

Study participants were separated into two groups, those who read up to 3.5 hours per week, those who read more than 3.5 hours per week and those who do not read at all. Over twenty years of research they found that those who read 3.5 hours or more have a lower mortality rate.

Warren Buffett once told a group of students at Columbia University that reading 500 pages a year helps build knowledge like compound interest, but finding the time to read 500 pages a day is unrealistic for most people. Taking these small steps toward reading more will help grow knowledge and improve your life for the better!

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