With news about the coronavirus going around like crazy, it can be hard to think of our mental health in addition to worrying about our physical health. We're all being encouraged to wash our hands more, stay home if we don't feel good, and bring home a few extra non-perishable goods. However, your health is far more than physical. It's mental too.
Spring is finally here! That means that flowers are in bloom, birds are chirping, April showers are on the way, and most of all, we've begun our spring cleaning. Whether your process involves getting rid of unnecessary junk, putting away winter clothes, or refreshing the dust off our cabinets, don’t forget to dust off and declutter your mind. Today, in honor of all those dust brushes and polishes coming out of hiding, we have three big ways you can spring clean your home and your mind.
ADHD and executive dysfunction often go together – especially for those with the inattentive type of ADHD. This affects crucial self-management skills such as awareness, memory, and planning, making it difficult to start or complete tasks, remain organized, and effectively manage time. If you suffer from ADHD, these behaviors may sound familiar already.
There are so many things to love about the winter season – from amazing food to beautiful snowfalls to spending time with family and friends. But, one thing we can all agree we’d rather do without this winter are the dry, cracked lips that often come with it! Although this can be a problem any time of year, the risk for irritation increases with the onset of cold, windy air. So, if you’re looking to perfect your pout before that kiss under the mistletoe, check out these tips for breaking the chapped lips curse.
Earlier this year, I wrote an article about keeping small animals safe in hot weather. With the winter months now upon us, I figured it was as good of a time as any for a counter-article on what to do when things get chilly. As an avid guinea pig lover myself, I’ve always considered it extremely important that the owners of piggies and other pocket pets understand what to do to ensure their comfort in extreme weather. After all, many of us go to great lengths to keep our cats and dogs safe with weather changes – we can’t forget about the little guys too! So if you or someone you know is a fan of all things small and furry, keep reading for some tips on keeping guinea pigs, rabbits, and hamsters nice and cozy in the cold.