The combination of baking soda and lemon juice has a number of health benefits, including the ability to detoxify the body, balance pH levels, improve digestion, boost the immune system, aid heart health, protect the skin, heal the liver and prevent chronic disease. It has been a huge benefit for me and my digestive system as well as help heal my pancreatitis. Learn more at OrganicFacts.Net HERE.
What? I’m sorry what? All I’ve ever hear about is antibiotics and probiotics and now there’s another? K it’s hard to keep up! BUT apparently there is something to this, Read on HERE to learn more.
I started my internet publishing business in 2008 with minus money, literally.
I barely knew nothing at all about blogging or that it was even a word lol, but I somehow put up websites and monetized them. Even when I had our first year of earning more than $50,000, I was still creating all of the content myself.
The last few years have been more challenging but for personal reasons. Family stuff but that doesn’t change the fact that starting and running a successful business does not have to cost very much, require big loans or anything like that.
The family stuff is another story, this story is about how to start a business for nothing, so let me go back to the beginning.
I already had an old computer and a tediously slow internet connection. I contacted a local web designer to begin creating a site for me. I really didn’t have to do that I now know but I didn’t then and it turned out to be a HUGE mistake. Don’t make the mistake of hiring someone to do something you really really can do for yourself if you put your mind to it.
After several months, we had made about $800, enough to buy a laptop and upgrade to cable internet. By the end of our first year, I had made an additional $45,000 for my family.
Fashion Bloggers and Blogs are a dime a dozen, then there are the ones that stand above and beyond the rest and The Chriselle Factor is one of those few. Chriselle Lim has a timeless beauty and along with her photographer husband never misses the mark on creating fabulous images along with great content. She perfectly blends her fashion knowledge with her love of family and motherhood on her blog.
This Stylist and Digital Influencer has been creating quite a stir in the fashion industry.
Starting off her fashion career as a wardrobe stylist, she logged in years of editorial shoots with prominent fashion books and celebrities. In December 2011, Chriselle founded The Chriselle Factor to chronicle her daily musings and personal style. She also launched her YouTube channel to empower and inspire women all over the world. She helps them discover their true beauty and gives them the confidence they need to feel beautiful. Within a short period, 650k+ people have subscribed to her YouTube channel. With over 29 million views, Chriselle is the #1 Fashion Expert on all of YouTube.
Chriselle’s goal is to encourage, educate, and inspire all women across the globe through her personal style, runway trends, beauty secrets, and fashion tips and tricks. She is now one of the most influential tastemakers on the web, and if her addicting daily musings are any indication, the best is yet to come.
Visit the Chriselle Factor HERE.
I have suffered greatly with anxiety most of my life and was actually diagnosed with Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Panic Disorder in 2010. The Anxiety also lead to depression. Medications for that lead to weight gain and more depression. I was on 7 meds at one time and didn’t want to live that way anymore. I knew there had to be a better way so I started researching and trying things, researching and trying things. This lead to me learning a LOT about different natural remedies, what breaks the blood brain barrier and what does not. After two years of trial and error, this is what I took and did to get down to just one medication.
It’s in every living cell, tissue and organ, and it’s second only to oxygen as the thing we need most to survive—pure, clean water. We can’t live without it, and we can’t live well without enough of it. We are constantly in need of water as we lose water with every breath and every activity of the body. We are especially at risk for dehydration when we exercise or we are ill—this is when dehydration, even mild dehydration, can take its toll, causing you to feel tired and drained of energy. Anyone may become dehydrated, but young children, older adults and people with chronic illnesses are most at risk.
Dr. Julie Scarano, a doctor of chiropractic who is trained in prevention and wellness (in addition to providing care for neuromusculoskeletal conditions such as neck or back pain, for which chiropractors are most well known) believes it’s better to prevent dehydration than to treat it. She also reminds you that the 23 intervertebral discs in your spine have high water content and that dehydration can be associated with spinal pain.
Thank the Lord above chunky sweaters are still in style lol! no for real, I love them and have been wearing them for years. But speaking to this look; I love that really anyone, at any age or size can pull it off, and look at the cute bows on the shoes! I probably wouldn’t do the holes in my jeans thing but I might. Would you?
Tech applications have been god-sent and their functionalities can make our day to day lives easier with just the click of a button– download.
Need an assistant by your side at all times? Here’s a list of 10 must have Business Apps for every Girl Boss. Get them HERE.
Salvia hispanica, or the chia plant, is a species in the mint family that is native to Central America. The seeds of this herb are known as “chia seeds” and they have gained quite a bit of popularity in recent years.
Not only are they gluten/grain free naturally, but a single serving is reported to have:
- as much calcium as a glass of milk
- more Omega-3s than a serving of walnuts
- as many antioxidants as blueberries.
They give you tons of energy but also won’t keep you awake at night and are supposed to be great for weight loss. Because they can absorb many times their size/weight in liquid, they are great for avoiding dehydration during exercise or exposure to heat.
Are Chia Seeds Good for You?
Chia seeds have a fascinating and long history of use by several cultures. I’m hesitant to use the word “superfood” because the word is so over-used in modern times and also because there are some confounding factors that may inhibit nutrient use.
Supposedly, the Aztecs, Mayans, and Incans used chia as a staple of their diet and as an energy food. Chia means “strength” in the Mayan language, and they were known as the “Indian Running Food” because runners and warriors would use them for sustenance while running long distances or during battle.
The Original “Super-Food”
Though these ancient cultures may not have completely understood the nutritional breakdown of these power-packed seeds, they noticed the benefits, and we now know that chia seeds are a good source of:
Um been there, done that. I along with the people mentioned in this article have been on the receiving end of HORRIBLE things said about me on social media (long story, I’ll explain in another article) and all of that, every word said, is still there for the world to see and I can’t do anything about it. What made it more difficult is the negative impact it had on my ability to conduct business for a while causing me a loss. Now I’m not saying that to scare anyone but rather to educate you and to help with that please read HERE.