Keep Your Neck Healthy Because It Supports You To Look At The Screen for 10 Hours Every Day

In a fast-paced world ruled by the internet, the need for several individuals to sit and work with a computer system for long hours continue to rise. The health hazards of this practice have long been established and though greater attention is being paid to back pain, neck pain remains a serious topic. Though it doesn’t appear like a life-threatening conditions, neck pain is a serious condition that will impede productivity on the short-run, as well as have some really nasty effect on the overall health of an individual on…

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This App Can Keep Your Kids Entertained Without TV or Video Games

Finding things for their kids to do in order to keep them busy is something that many parents struggle with these days. This is especially true for parents with older kids that are able to do things for themselves but still could use the help finding things that keep their attention. One of the more popular things that parents often turn to is crafting. A big reason for this is because crafting offers so many great options for kids of all ages to be able to participate in fun activities.…

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Now You Can Wear This To Keep Yourself Awake During Long and Dull Road Trips

Drowsy driving might not be receiving as much attention as driving under the influence, yet it is almost as dangerous. Long distance drivers may never admit having battled drowsiness while driving, but statistics suggest so. As many as 72,000 fatal accidents, 44,000 injuries and 800 people died due to it in the US in 2013 alone, as per the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. In the UK, more than 25% of severe and fatal accidents are also caused by worn out drivers. It is even estimated that 6,000 serious…

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Keep it real with fitness blogger Lauren Patterson

We caught up with solo mummy, personal trainer, gym manager and blogger Lauren Patterson to talk about how she keeps fit and healthy and feeling comfortable in your own skin.    ON INSTAGRAM I partied hard as a teenager and battled severe mental illness until the age of 22 when I fell pregnant with my first child. I began my Instagram account when Madi was a baby to post photos, but had no idea how to use it. I shared my journey of my first fitness modelling competition and straight…

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What You Eat Matters! Use Myfitnesspal to Keep Track Of Your Eating Habit

It’s easy to remember what you had for dinner yesterday, but what if I asked you what you ate last Friday? Most of us have difficulty keeping track of our food choices. When you don’t record what you’ve eaten, it’s easy to overeat. Recalling what you had for breakfast, lunch, and dinner is one thing, but do you remembering snacks can be problematic. Did you take one of the doughnuts that your boss bought for the office? Would you remember the late-night ice-cream binge or the post-work-week snack attack? Even…

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How Long Term Relationship Couples Keep Their Passion For Sex

Long passionate kisses. Ripping off each other’s clothes. Frequent sex. Trying multiple new sex positions. Not able to keep your hands off each other. If this wouldn’t exactly describe your current sex life with your partner. You’re certainly not alone. Most couples experience stronger and more intense sexual urges at the beginning of their relationship (often referred to as the “honeymoon” phase); but as relationships progress, so too does our interest in sex. It is rare for sexual desire to remain at that super passionate state past the first few…

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9 Best Friendship Quotes to Keep in Heart

We may have experienced different kinds of friendships, and we may have so many that we just forget some of them. Yet, those may be the best you have in your life. Here, I have collected a bunch of friendship quotes that may just help you to recall how wonderful the moments were when you were with your best friends, and you may notice you cannot have gone through that much without them. Happiness… consists in giving, and in serving others. Credit: Henry Drummond the most ordinary things could be…

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Why We Keep Doing Things That Are Bad for Us

As you’re reading this, you may be checking your phone or social media, slouching in your chair, or snacking without thinking. Perhaps you’re reading this right before bedtime even though you know that the light from your electronics can negatively impact your sleep pattern.[1] We are all guilty of some of these things from time to time. We know they’re bad for us, but we love them too much. Having bad habits doesn’t mean that you are a bad person— even if you are aware that your behavior could have…

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Warren Buffett Says Most People End up Being Average Because They Don’t Keep This List

Sitting down and setting your life goals can be exciting and motivating. It gives us purpose, sets clear intention, makes us feel productive and creates the feeling of moving forward. But have you ever started out making a mental or physical list of your goals only to end up with quite a few? Then when you start acting on them, they either end up cast aside or only half achieved? Having goals has been drummed into us from an early age but are having all these goals actually hindering us?…

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Keep A “Friend Bank” So You Can Maintain The Right Kind Of Friendship!

On Facebook I have close to three hundred friends, someone else I know has well over one thousand. What does that mean? Does it mean, that, when I want to hang out with friends, I contact three hundred people, or them, one thousand? Clearly not. If not that, then are most of them friends at all? Making someone a real friend takes considerable time and effort. Sometimes, instead of making the effort to establish someone as a friend, we might instead choose to have a large number of shallow acquaintances…

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