They are plenty of unhealthy ways to deal with the pain caused by stress, but skip those and try healthier ways. Meditation, relaxation, and massage are three ways to beat the stress caused by everyday life. All of them require you to stop for a few minutes and put your mind and body into focus. It’s like a quick tune-up that helps you get everything into perspective, and when you’re relaxed and pain-free, everything seems easier to deal with.
We love the iconic seaside resort of Semiahmoo Resort, Golf and Spa. Located just 90 minutes north of Seattle on the stunning shores of Semiahmoo Bay and Drayton Harbor, this Blaine, Washington hotel has an array of festive holiday activities happening this holiday season. Celebrate the New Year or relax from the Christmas craziness in comfortable rooms with amazing views.
I’ve been feeling older than my 54 years this last week because of a fall that resulted in a trip to the ER during my vacation in Hawaii. Who knew the amount of bodily damage falling flat on your face onto volcanic rock could cause! I have so many aches and pains that I’ve been forced to slow down, and that’s not easy for me when I have so many deadlines.
I’m a first-time mom and although I knew pregnancy was different for every woman and wasn’t easy I never thought I would spend the first trimester so sick that I was missing work and had become a permanent fixture on our couch. When you’re that sick, the last thing on your mind is how best to take care of yourself and your newly growing baby.
The Hello Kitty museum exhibition, Hello! Exploring the Supercute World of Hello Kitty, opened at the EMP Museum. This unique exhibition is an extensive retrospective featuring over 500 artifacts and rare pieces from Sanrio’s archives, as well as a selection of mixed media artwork that shows Hello Kitty’s influence on contemporary artists. The exhibition will stay in Seattle until May 15, 2016, before moving on.
I’m one of those people who have a chronic disease but never go to the doctor. I see my GP once a year for a physical and maybe once or twice a year when we’re changing my meds, but other than that I’m a healthy girl. I’ve never had surgery, only been in the hospital to birth two beautiful boys, and with the exception of a broken pinky and thumb (not at the same time) I’ve never broken or torn anything.