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How To Keep Your Move Stress-Free

It’s moving season! Studies show that 80 percent of people in the US move between April and September, making these months peak moving season. Whether it’s across the street or across the country, moving can be extremely stressful. In fact, moving houses is regularly listed as one of life’s most stressful events. Keeping this in mind, it’s important to do everything you can to make your move a little easier. 

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Why Numbing Yourself Doesn't Work

Six shots on a Wednesday night. Taking an extra anti-anxiety pill.

Consuming an entire tub of ice-cream in one sitting.

We’ve all been there. We’ve all engaged in destructive behavior to escape ourselves, our worries, etc. But most of us also know self-sabotage doesn't work. It only masks our feelings. It might even trick us into momentary bliss.

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Lessons From A Single, Working Mom

I was raised by a single, teenage mom. My upbringing was a tragedy in every way. As a survivor of child abuse, the biggest strength I had when I became a mother was knowing what NOT to do. The list below is one I compiled from all the negatives in my own upbringing. I have converted the lessons into growth experiences and have tried to stay true to their principles.

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Baking soda and skincare: 7 ways to use it today

You are going on a date in a few days and notice a new pimple. Great. Instead of reaching for the nearest pimple cream and cover up - both of which most likely contain harmful chemical ingredients - opt for baking soda. Yes, baking soda. The ingredient used to bake cakes, bread, and treats can also be used in numerous skin care regiments for enhanced effects without the risk of developing a reaction or rash and can get you date-ready in record time.

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