It happens. Your man is out of town on a business trip or you are recently single and you have the sudden urge for some sexual therapy so to speak. You don't have to get down about not having an hombre in between the sheets. The power is in your hands, ladies. Here are seven ways to improve your sex life without the help of a man. You can thank us later.
Lose weight, move more and exercise… What are they talking about? That must be something stay-at-home moms do to keep themselves busy during the day, but not you. You are chained to your desk all day; you barely have time to take bathroom breaks and your day is finished before you know it. You want to lose weight, but it's not happening because you don't know what to do. If you feel like I'm talking directly to you, read this! I'm going to give you some sneaky tips to lose weight at work.
Making a love connection is hard. Trying to make one with someone you met online is even harder. But that hasn't stopped millions of people from trying and succeeding.
So if you're still struggling to make a love connection online or if you find that you seem to only attract creeps, take heart in the knowledge that all hope is not lost. And while you're at it, also take a long, hard look at what you're putting out into the online universe. It could be that you're making these really common (and totally fixable) online dating mistakes.
Dealing with a distressed baby is never easy, but new research suggests that the source of a crying newborn may all start with the mother's mood. A new study finds that anxious or stressed out moms are more likely to have babies who cry for longer periods. The journal Archives of Disease in Childhood examined over 300 women who were in the early stages of pregnancy until their baby reached 16 months old. Out of the women interviewed, 20 percent reported excessive crying from their little ones following birth. Once these stats were analyzed, it was discovered that babies who had a mom that suffered from anxiety or stress experienced longer crying spells.
As the human enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) continues to spread, parents across the nation are trying to get answers about the infectious illness. We previously reported that the respiratory virus has affected more than 1,000 in over 10 states in the Midwest and the numbers appear to be growing. Doctors are specifically seeing more severe cases in Missouri and Illinois. The CDC has been testing the specimens found and watching the situation closely. Before freaking out (I know it may be too late already), here is everything you need to know about the EV-D68 and how to treat it.
A lot of parents -- especially those who've seen the horrid state of so many cafeteria lunches or those who have picky children -- start off the brown bag lunches with a bang. But, as the weeks pass by and preparing lunches becomes more of a chore and you start to notice that your child is rejecting some of the items you've lovingly chosen and prepared, it can be easy to lose steam.
Here are some tips to help you keep your kids' school lunches inspired, healthy and fun, all year long.
Quickies are a bit underrated by folks. If your daily routine consists of a jammed packed schedule, overflowing laundry basket and trying to multitask every chance that you get, then you can totally appreciate the value of a trusty quickie. There is absolutely nothing wrong with being on rápido mode in between the sheets, but if you are going to be quick about it then here are some tips to ensure that it will be the best quickie ever!
This week my gringo and I celebrated 28 years of marriage. And we've worked hard at making it work! Over the years, I've made mistakes that could have destroyed our marriage. I've included my biggest ones along with mistakes that friends tell me they've made.
Being a working mother has its laundry list of difficulties what with trying to juggle work and office duties with your child's needs. Not only do you have to make sure your kid is properly cared for, but you need to make sure you're staying on top of your responsibilities at work and sometimes these two things clash. So to make things a little easier on working moms, why don't we all pledge to stop making the following grrr-inducing comments?
A recent study in the UK by women's cancer research charity The Eve Appeal revealed that nearly half of the females participating, ages 26-35, could not locate their vagina on a diagram. COULD.NOT.LOCATE.THEIR.VAGINA! Even my 7-year-old can identify her vagina. Her urethra, well, that's another story, but we're working on it.
Older women knew exactly where there vagina was located and 90% of those participants, aged 66 to 79 could identify the womb, while 8 in 10 could correctly label the ovaries. Apparently, the sexual revolution was not wasted on these women, probably because they were coming of age when free love and sexual exploration was at its height.