Guest blog: Small, Budget-Friendly Changes That Can Make a Big Difference in Your Health


— by Jennifer McGregor Photo by Pexels Making your health a priority doesn’t mean you have to run a marathon, eat nothing but vegetables, or make other drastic changes to your lifestyle. In fact, drastic changes — regardless of how healthy — could do the opposite. For example, think about how many times you haveContinue reading “Guest blog: Small, Budget-Friendly Changes That Can Make a Big Difference in Your Health”

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Easiest Way to Remember the Planets in the Solar System (18+)


A Father teaching his son about the planets in the solar system. Father: What other way do I call you? Son: son? Father: Correct, now when you show someone your ass, what is the act called? Son: to Moon Father: Excellent. Ok still within your ass area, what is another word for your butthole? Son:Continue reading “Easiest Way to Remember the Planets in the Solar System (18+)”

Guest Blog: 4 Surprising Health Benefits of a Clean Home


by Brad Krause Even though you may not enjoy the act of cleaning, most people still enjoy living in a clean home. In fact, research shows that living in a clean, organized space can heavily influence both our mental and physical health. For example, piles of laundry can make us feel claustrophobic. Cluttered desks and surfacesContinue reading “Guest Blog: 4 Surprising Health Benefits of a Clean Home”

Guest blog: Reach Your Better Self: A Self-Improvement Guide for 2018


By Jennifer Scott Don’t fall into the trap of thinking that the better version of yourself is unattainable, out of reach, or a fantasy. You can improve yourself and reach your potential. It is not impossible or far-fetched. Begin by caring for yourself and achieving balance in various aspects of your life. According to Psychology Today, aContinue reading “Guest blog: Reach Your Better Self: A Self-Improvement Guide for 2018”

The Psychological State of an Egg


I am fascinated with the idea behind cage free eggs. Just to explain a little further, it’s not the egg that is supposed to be cage free because obviously it is caged within its own shell, but we’re talking about the chicken that was roaming freely in the farm or whatever amount of space thatContinue reading “The Psychological State of an Egg”

New and Improved


I went to the pharmacy the other day to buy the usual brand of medicine for my cold and flu. As I was checking out the isle, I noticed this medicine, which is what I was looking for, it’s as if it’s pulling all attention towards it. There was a perfect square around it ofContinue reading “New and Improved”

Guest Blog: How to balance Work and Life? Being A Workaholic


The modern day is a stressful, complicated place. We are wearing so many proverbial “hats” and are constantly pulled in tons of different directions. We want to focus on our career, but we also want to be good parents. We want to take time to experience life, but we also want to make money andContinue reading “Guest Blog: How to balance Work and Life? Being A Workaholic”

Refreshing Mint Lemonade Recipe


In summer days and winter dryness nothing quenches the thirst and replenishes your system but a nice big glass of Mint Lemonade. Rather than purchasing a sugar loaded lemonade drink I opted to try to recreate a healthier version of it at home. My recipe is very simple and easy to make. It is not onlyContinue reading “Refreshing Mint Lemonade Recipe”

Guest Blog: Effective Exercises You Must Try to Fight Depression


I have been contacted by Kelly Everson, a contributing author from Consumer Health Digest. Kelly’s articles go hand in hand with cognitive dimensions visions and interests. I hope you enjoy the following article 🙂 Effective Exercises You Must Try to Fight Depression Exercise is the very thing to help decrease depression. This is because it lessensContinue reading “Guest Blog: Effective Exercises You Must Try to Fight Depression”