A blog is a side hustle, something you love to do which isn’t your main source of income. Also, it’s personal. You started to write about the topics that mean something to you, and if other people like them too, then great!
It’s not a topic anyone likes to think about in, but dealing with loss is unfortunately a part of life, and something that we will all experience at some point. The first time you have to cope with grief is frightening, confusing and quite overwhelming. Because our society tends to turn away from the grieving process, there isn’t an open dialogue around it.
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We’re blessed with a superb range of streaming platforms that making conventional TV almost obsolete. Amongst the many streaming options out there, we also have loads of great series to watch. Seeing as you’re probably spending a lot of time in front of the TV right now, I thought I’d deliver the best TV shows you can stream. Some of these I have yet to see but from what I have heard from others they are a must see!
A lot of the world is stuck inside for the greater good, and while it’s not exactly convenient, it is for a good reason. While at first, this time at home could be exciting, you had the time to test out new recipes, catch up on your favorite TV shows, movies, and books, or spend quality time with the family, there comes the point where you’ve done everything, and wonder, so what now?
I know that sometimes it can seem like a hoagie stuffed with salty, fatty deli meats is the fastest and more filling meal option. Especially when you are in the midst of balancing a full and busy life. Trust me, I work at Wawa (the hoagie staple for on the goers) However, the truth of the matter is that you really aren’t too busy to eat healthy. In fact, there are loads of strategies that can help you do this. I myself am obsessed with Meal Prepping and tracking everything I eat. Whether its through MyFitnessPal or Weight Watchers, which is what I use. Below are some other ways to keep you on the right track!