10 Physical Changes a Woman Should Never Ignore

As women, our bodies change regularly due to weight fluctuations, hormones, pregnancy and numerous other factors. Admittedly, most of the changes we go through physically don’t warrant much concern. However, other symptoms can serve as red flags that alert us to more complicated health issues that need to be addressed. So, when you look in the mirror, how do you know when the changes you’re seeing are normal, and when it’s time to see a doctor? From facial swelling to heavy periods, here are … [Read more...]

How will your business mark Christmas?

Running your own business already gives you plenty to think about. However, with less than two months to go before Christmas, have you thought about how you’ll be marking the festive season as a company? Maybe you’re planning a small office party if you have some staff or regular freelance workers. It’s also a time to remember your clients, to remind them of your brand and services as they look towards the new year. Here are some of the things you should be thinking about as the Christmas … [Read more...]

How to Improve Your Flexibility

Tight hips, legs and shoulders can limit your fitness and performance. Limited flexibility can therefore result in injuries that can impact both your health and exercise routine. To ensure you can move with ease each day, read the following tips on how to improve your flexibility. Start Pilates People who experience limited flexibility should consider Pilates, as it focuses on stretching and moving the muscles you may not commonly use. The low impact exercise is also ideal for all ages, as … [Read more...]

Tips For Single Women Who Want To Adopt

We’ll level with you. It can be difficult to adopt as a single woman. The Challenges Of Adopting As A Single Parent Decades ago, it would have been all but impossible to find an agency willing to place a child in a single-parent home. In some states, it would have been illegal. Things are changing for the better. Single-parent families have become more prevalent, and more socially-accepted, as the rate of divorce has increased. That trend has allowed some adoption agencies to see that … [Read more...]

Tips for Women’s Winter Health

Yes, it might be the season for parties, making merry and cozy nights snuggled up in front of the fire, but winter also means you are more prone to colds, tiredness and craving bowls of carb-laden pasta or bakes. As the cold days and long nights roll in, the winter can have major physical and psychological effects on your body. So rather than fighting against the winter season, how about learning to embrace these effects and seasonal stresses, and use them to your advantage, so that you can have … [Read more...]

Going Beyond the Bank: A Female Entrepreneur

There remains a lot of unfamiliarity with financing options available to businesses, more specifically female entrepreneurs. Securing finance in any economic climate can be daunting, whether it is for expansion plans or an initial startup. However, with the use of comparison sites, women can now see a range of options available to them beyond traditional bank lending. Impact of Unawareness According to research done by Just Cash Flow, almost 35% of female entrepreneurs continue to … [Read more...]

Tips on Looking After Your Body as You Grow Older

Age is something that happens to everyone, and although some might not like getting older, the truth is that you cannot prevent it. However, just because you are getting older, it doesn’t mean that you should be less fit or active than you have always been. Although you might not be able to do all the things you used to, you can still keep fit in both body and mind. Here are some ideas you can use to protect your body and brain as you get older. Positive Attitude One of the best ways to … [Read more...]

15 Top Tips to Winter-Proof Your Home

Winter will be here before you know it. You must therefore take the steps to prepare your home for the colder months. To help you do so, we have accumulated some top tips to help you enter a warm and inviting home each day. Find out how to winter-proof your home. Maintain Your Roof It only takes one missing or cracked tile to allow rain to enter your home, which can cause damp or rot. It is therefore important to maintain and repair your roof to protect your property. However, don’t climb … [Read more...]

Four Ways to Make House Buying Simpler

Buying a house can be a stressful process. So much to think about, and so much commitment. When purchasing a property, particularly if it’s your first one, you need to consider that you are in it for the long haul. You’re entering a financial marriage that will last years, maybe 30 or 40. It’s important you get things right, so that they don’t come back to bite you later. Here’s some ways to make the process as a simple and manageable as possible. Know your credit score Just because you … [Read more...]

How You Can Have a Solid Home Living Situation After Serving in the Military

Housing costs are the biggest expense that most people have, and rents and mortgage costs continue to go up. If you find yourself shopping for a new apartment to live in every few years or have a mortgage that is too expensive, there are ways to get your living situation stable. First, you need to be a member of the military or a person who has been honorably discharged, or you have to be the spouse of a service member to qualify for VA loan refinancing. Whether you’re a single woman looking for … [Read more...]

INTERNATIONAL WOMENS DAY 2018 – Celebrating on MAR 4, 2018

  A Celebration of Women™ ---- Early Bird TICKETS A Celebration of Women™ The World Hub for Women Leaders that Care RSVP on our Facebook Event Page - HERE On March 4, 2018 we will be once again, celebrating Internationational Women's Day. This year's theme will be: "EMPOWERMENT ... is an Inside Job!" EARLY BIRDS >>>> Please email all applications to participate to us at: acelebrationofwomen@hotmail.com     A Celebration of … [Read more...]

6 Top Tips for Dealing with Menopause

Many women may not realize what is happening to their body when they first enter their menopausal years. Yet, they may experience a variety of permanent or temporary symptoms, such as mood swings, insomnia, and hot flashes. Eventually, they may come to realize that they’re living with menopause. To alleviate some of the problems, we’re offering six top tips for dealing with menopause. 1. Avoid Hot Flash Triggers Are you experiencing many hot flashes each day? If so, you’ll be happy to … [Read more...]

4 Tips for Running Errands in a More Eco-Friendly Manner

We all have our long list of errands that include the post office, grocery store, pharmacy or the bank, to name a few. Driving around town, purchasing packaged items and buying from big box stores could have a significant impact on the environment. Here are four tips to run your errands in a more eco-friendly way. Eco-Friendly Transportation When re-evaluating how you run your errands, choosing an eco-friendly mode of transportation will have the biggest impact on reducing your … [Read more...]

Three Reasons There’s no Time like the Present to get Fit for Fall

Summer is sadly over, and your vacation might seem like a long time ago, but there’s no reason to let your health and fitness regime slip by the wayside this fall. As the nights draw in, your mental and physical states are also affected. Increased levels of fatigue, a lack of vitamin D and long hours in the office combined with increased social events are all factors that can have a big impact on your mood. Not to mention the increased temptation from Christmas goodies and baked goods, to test … [Read more...]

Tips for Balancing Home & Work Life

Working full-time and managing a home life is a tricky equation to master. It’s not as easy as saying you’re going to do a certain task or activity. The unexpected is always there ready to make your life much more difficult. Instead of getting frustrated, get energized to come up with a plan of action. There are ways to make your life easier on you, if you’re willing to adjust and compromise a bit. You don’t have to continue living by the seat of your pants. Understand that you’re not alone … [Read more...]

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