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breast lift

4 Myths About Breast Lifts

This post is sponsored by Cosmetic Surgery Associates of New York. Please support our sponsors.You’re not alone if saggy breasts are the one physical feature you’d really like to fix after breastfeeding. Marketing gurus know this, which is why “miracle” skin-tightening creams and exercises that promise to create perky breasts pop up relentlessly in magazines […]

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intermittent fasting

Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent fasting is a hot topic these days, and many people are giving it a try. Some recent research suggests that benefits might include management of weight, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, sleeping problems, as well as slowing down the aging process. The truth of the matter is that research is still lacking, and we […]

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mom friends

Mom Friends 101

Feeling a sense of real emotional connections with other women has been crucial to my adult survival as a mom, wife, and woman trying to live my best life. I have always entered friendships with little expectations, and when granted the gift of a girlfriend, providing me with the emotional needs I craved, I felt […]

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laundry

Laundry: Friend or Foe?

Laundry, so often a dreaded word in a bustling house full of four teenage girls. I am truly amazed at how much laundry, in one day, starts to take over the hamper and overflow into the hallway, as if bubbles escaping the tub. And this is where my love/hate relationship saga begins with the laundry. […]

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Keeping the Kids Busy, Entertained, and Happy During COVID-19 Quarantine

Everyone around the world is being impacted by the unprecedented pandemic we are facing. We have to keep inside out of social responsibility towards our elders, people immunocompromised, and other people who might have severe consequences if they contract the virus. Many schools, offices, and other places are closing, and we, as moms, are facing […]

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turning sixty

Sixty is the New Me

This is what I know so far. Sixty is an extraordinarily tough year. Amidst Type A flu, the stomach bug, leap year, and now the coronavirus, I turned 60 years old. A midlife crisis hit me so hard this past decade. But the weird thing is I never even noticed it because ironically, I was too […]

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