Parenthood has changed you in a number of ways. The things that used to cause you stress, anxiety and heartbreak may all seem a bit trivial now. The things that you thought you wanted seem much less important. Your goals have changed. You have changed.
We are officially in the summer season! If you have young ones around you are likely trying to entertain indoors to avoid the outdoor heat. If you are expecting a baby and wondering what to buy or if you have young ones you need to send gifts to, we have you covered!
When we are out having fun in the sun, we are exposing our bodies to ultraviolet (UV) rays. This exposure can cause the dreaded “C” word-cancer; in particular, skin cancer. I was diagnosed with melanoma in December 2013. One of my risk factors was multiple sunburns as a child. Skin cancer is a collective term for a variety of types of cancer that affect the skin, lips, eyelids, and nails. All types of skin cancers have very high cure rates and excellent outcomes when detected early.
Becoming parents for the first time is an overwhelming experience and a special part of your family journey. Whether you’re a single mother or are entering parenthood alongside your loving partner, the responsibility of caring for a family can be terrifying. While pregnancy, giving birth, and the first couple of years of raising your baby will occupy most of your time and energy, at some point, you must plan for your family’s future.
Good skincare can go a long way these days. The way your skin looks and feels can make a big difference in the way you feel about yourself, and how you feel overall. But when you can’t go out to get a facial, how can you care for your skin at home? Let’s discuss!