Category: Wellbeing

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Mics and Speeches: Secrets of Successful Public Speakers

Only a few chosen ones can comfortably stand in front of a large crowd, capture everyone’s attention, and deliver a speech that makes an impact. But there are times when you need to face an audience, too. Perhaps, you need to do it to pitch a project, present a business proposal, or engage a community.

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Meaningful Bonding Activities for the Family

There are times when a family goes by the wayside and start to have some conflict and misunderstandings. When that happens, it is best to get some family counseling. Westminster has experts in this field, where they can provide you with sound advice to get you back on track. No family is perfect. Each one has its

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Finding Purpose and Happiness in Your Disability

Most of us take our good health and mobility for granted until we become badly injured to the point of disability. When the initial shock wears off and our new situation sinks in, accepting it will be hard, and nearly impossible for some. We’ll be easily driven to depression and perpetual frustration, knowing that we

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Chic and Cheaper: Switching to a More Affordable Beauty Routine

The advertisements are glamorous, and the influencers are compelling. Beauty products are being sold in a wider variety than ever before. Splurging on skincare and cosmetics is the modern woman’s way to boost their confidence and meet today’s standard of beauty. While there’s no denying that these products do wonders, they don’t address the root

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How to Make Your Preferred Healthcare Insurance Plan Affordable

When it comes to finding the best healthcare insurance plan, you should know beforehand that there are no perfect insurance policies. Some plans require you to pay only a small premium, but when it’s time for you to use it because you are in an accident or fall sick, the coverage is quite small that

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Who Are You: When Your Aging Loved Ones Don’t Recognize You

At the first phases of dementia, a loved one can forget which words to use. Later on, they will ask where their pens or glasses are even if you told them already for the nth time. Then, as the disease progresses, it’s not just words or objects they won’t remember. You might be forgotten, too.

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New Skills You Can Learn and Use for Part-Time Work

You may be working an entirely different job from your dream job, but that doesn’t mean you can never indulge yourself in doing what you love. Here are some ways to find the time and be able to indulge yourself doing what you love. If you love the art of make up Continuously learning or

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What We Can Learn From the Bieber-Baldwin Relationship

Just after several months of getting married, young celebrity couple Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin-Bieber have been rumored to have a failing relationship. Even among non-celebrities, relationship woes are normal, but you can take actionable measures to make things work as a couple. While lots of articles currently suggest that the two might head for

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The Stigma on People with Disabilities: What You Can Do to Reduce It

Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin top-billed “Me Before You,” a book-turned-movie love story about a paraplegic falling in love with his quirky caregiver. Emilia’s character Lou must convince Will, a handsome banker disabled by a motorcycle accident, that life is worth living despite his disability. Backlash from the disabled community Although it may have had good

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Types of Lift Chairs

As human beings progress in age, doing some of the most of the basic of tasks becomes a tall order. Some may have difficulty in walking, talking and even hearing. Fortunately, growth in technology has led to the development of equipment that assists those having trouble handling these basic tasks. One such medical equipment in

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