Whether the school year is winding down or ramping up, parents are busy. There’s no such thing as a “stay-at-home” parent anymore because parenting itself is a full-time job. Sometimes you just need an opportunity to unwind and release the tension in your tummy.
We hear so much talk about how important it is to practice self-care.
Like so many other people right now, I miss some of the small pleasures like getting my skin professionally pampered. I have a skincare routine that I follow, but I’m always looking for ways to enhance it. Because of this, I was excited to try and review the Genesis At-Home Self-Spa kit.
Kitchen cures for colds and the like are a dime a dozen, but that doesn’t mean they don’t work! With sickness season upon us and will soon ramp up into the absolute worst that tiny microbes can throw at us. If you have kids in school – literally any school, even home-school somehow – they’re going to turn into walking, talking petri dishes. You can load them up on medicine, give them three scarves and an overcoat, but they’re going to be sneezing regardless.
Natural ways to fight eczema aren’t easy to find – at least not ones that actually work. My daughter and husband both suffer from eczema, so we’re always on the lookout for something that can help with the itching and rashes. We’d picked up various skin calming lotions from Walgreens or other pharmacies and it always worked just okay to relieve itching. My husband has shampoo specifically for flare-ups that again does an okay job at relieving his symptoms.
Move over, man caves, this momma needs her she shed!