I think that we can all admit that stress is something that we have in our lives. It’s hard being an adult, and making wise choices can be difficult. A lot of us have bad habits that can actually become more than habits they can become addictions that can ruin our lives and the lives of the people that we love. There are many that are talked about a lot, but emotional eating is not one that I hear about a lot, and according to http://niddk.nih.gov only 3.5 % of women struggle with this and 2% men. It is known as the “Binge Eating Disorder,” and more people who struggle with anxiety or depression are likely to have this problem, and people are scared to talk about this because they are ashamed of it. It needs to be addressed because it can lead to worst problems such as obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, certain kinds of cancer, and let’s be real it doesn’t bring happiness. Although eating processed food and binge eating may bring us relief for a moment it leads to sadness later on. I’m going to share my story, and also share a few things that you will notice if you struggle with this as well, and how to fight it.
Hey everyone, I hope you are all having a blessed week! I know there is a lot going on in the world, but I am choosing not to blog about political issues just because I personally see it everywhere, and for my own mental health would like to choose to stay away from the topic. However, I will continue to pray for our Country, and if anyone needs prayer, please feel free to email me a prayer request on my About page! With that being said, today I would like to introduce some fun interactive activities that you can do with your toddler that even you as an adult will not actually enjoy!
Hey, everyone! I hope you are all having a lovely week. This quarantine has been tough, but to those of you who are following the rules and keeping others safe, thank you for doing your part. But we all know that having endless amounts of time on our hands can cause us to go stir crazy. I’m not sure about you, but I know for me if I’m bored I tend to eat more and spend more money. So today, I would like to share with you four things that are actually worth your money.This post is not sponsored or affiliated. Let’s get into it! Btw, is anyone else listening to Christmas music right now to lift their spirits? Probably just me and that makes sense, lol.
You may feel bad for overindulging on yourself, but you will never feel bad for indulging in things that will help you and your relationships with the people you love the most. Here are a few suggestions.
- Family Meal Delivery Kits- My favorite is Hello Fresh.
- Board Games – You can order these online.
- Video Games such as Mario Cart
- Counseling if you need help with your relationships. Most therapists are hosting online sessions right now.
- Devotionals or Books to go through with your Spouse or Children.
- DIY Crafts (Pinterest has lots of them) Follow me to see the ones I pin!
The world seems to be frozen at the moment, and a lot of people are panicking because of it. The Coronavirus has put a pause on many people’s lives. Children are out of school, some people are off of work, and we are all being forced to slow down a little more than we are used to. So today I would like to share with you that slowing down a little doesn’t have to be a bad thing. It can actually help us all if we allow it to. Here are a few things you can do, when time stands still.
Hey, everyone! I hope you are all having a great week so far. It’s already Wednesday, and getting a lot closer to Friday. The weather has been a lot better lately for us over here in Alabama. Have any of you experienced pretty spring weather this week? If you have let me know in the comments below. Today I am going to be sharing six benefits of being a military spouse, and like I have said before, being a military spouse is not a get rich quick scheme as some people think. Most jobs offer perks and we are no different than any other hard working career that has it’s perks. So let’s get into it.
If your spouse is considering enlisting into the Army, National Guard, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, whatever it is I think there are some important steps to make before you transition into this lifestyle, because trust me It’s different. Personally, I am a person who has an adventurous mindset, so when my spouse told me that he wanted to join I was all about it. However, there are a few things that I wish I would have done to prepare myself for this new life, and I would like to share these things with you.