Bringing home a baby can be exciting, so why do many women feel sad, moody, irritable and overwhelmed just a couple of days after giving birth? The reality is 80% of new moms experience baby blues syndrome 2-3 days after giving birth.Continue reading Baby Blues Syndrome: Definition, Symptoms, Causes and Treatment
Spooky season is upon us and it’s the perfect time to lift your mood. While the festivities could be a bit different from usual, there’s still no reason why you and your fam can’t get on your costumes and have some fun. Now’s the perfect time to plan what you’re wearing. A fun way to accessorize outfits and get into the spirit is with some spooky Halloween nails.Continue reading 23 Spooky Designs for Your Halloween Nails
By Koya Webb
Yoga has the power to transform – whether it’s your health, mindset or outlook. But I firmly believe you don’t have to spend a lot to transform your space so that it’s ready for yoga whether you have a full hour to practice or your fitting in 10 minutes for a few poses in between work calls and helping your kids with virtual school. Here are my five favorite ways to create the perfect yoga space.Continue reading 5 Ways to Create the Perfect Yoga Space
Trying to come up with cool ideas for Christmas gifts for teenage girls can seem like an impossible task, as we all know they are notorious for being picky. If you want to impress a teen, on-trend bedroom accessories, which include everything from photo collage kits they can customize to essential oil room diffusers that can lift your mood are perfect.
Get a head start on your Christmas shopping with these top teen-approved gift ideas.Continue reading 15 Coolest Christmas Gifts for Teenage Girls for Their Room
My 4-year-old daughter shows an interest in drawing, but she often gets frustrated because she does not know how to do it. We have some picture books with step-by-step drawing lessons in the back to teach kids how to draw the books’ main characters. One of the things I noticed about these step-by-step drawing lessons is that drawing is just connecting shapes.Continue reading Teach Your Kids How to Draw with Shapes
Remember that time when hand sanitizer was in short supply? That was only eight months ago! Now that we are in cold and flu season (and the COVID-19 pandemic continues on), it would be great to know that you will always have hand sanitizer, well, on hand, right? Here is a homemade hand sanitizer recipe that uses items you might already have in your bathroom.Continue reading Easy Homemade Hand Sanitizer Recipe
Halloween may look different this year (thanks, COVID), but you and the kids can still get dressed up. Check out these tips and ideas for easy Halloween costumes, some of which use items you may already have at home.Continue reading Ideas for Easy Halloween Costumes
by Dr. Lindsay Malloy, co-founder of Pandemic Parenting
I’ve been thinking a lot about the moms-to-be and new moms, bringing babies home and dealing with COVID postpartum. I know all too well what it’s like to cope with a mysterious virus and so many unknowns while expecting.Continue reading Pregnancy & Postpartum During a Pandemic: 4 Things to Know About Depression & Anxiety
Reading glasses, or readers, can be a stylish and simple solution to mild vision problems and eye strain. Discover four signs you might need readers. Print a free diopter chart to learn what power reading glasses you need. And get tips on face-flattering frame shapes.
When you are expecting or thinking about conceiving, you may wonder what happens through each of the pregnancy trimesters. As the stages of pregnancy progress, so do the changes within the mom and baby.Continue reading Pregnancy Trimesters: Each Stage of Pregnancy