Growth is essentially valuable to attain our goals, both big and small. Our growth is the key to becoming a better person. It's also one of the main reasons I started my home blog project. I get to educate and remind myself of the importance of growth while also encouraging my lovely readers to do... Continue Reading →
PCOS is a woman's health condition in which the ovaries generate an unusual amount of androgens (male hormones) usually present in women's small amounts. The term Polycystic Ovary Syndrome refers to a condition in which the ovaries develop a large number of small cysts (fluid-filled sacs). If you have at least two of the resulting... Continue Reading →
Some things and habits can help us grow or keep us stuck and off track. For example, I’m a big believer in practicing self-assessment because assessing ourselves now and then can warrant good progress and balance as a person. I also believe in the necessity of criticism because criticism can help us better understand what... Continue Reading →
Let's be realistic. Every now and then, despite maintaining a positive outlook, we are still experiencing anxiety attacks. Especially today, we are still navigating our way out through the pandemic. I think this is absolutely normal. We are humans, and we have emotions, so there are times that anxiety will attack us. Every day we... Continue Reading →
Caring for oneself is essential because it’s the practice of nourishing our mind, body, and soul. Especially if you’re already married and or have kids, it’s vital to have that me-time. It will help you set your mood correctly to face and take good care of your loved ones and others. Today, I love to... Continue Reading →
This content is one of my older blog posts that can help us improve our sleeping habits and manage our petty anxiety attacks.
Series: 1st Installment for Health Issue and Anxiety of 4
Sleep disruption is a sign of mental health problems. Anxiety is no different. I remember when these two are of my main problems. I cannot revive myself physically and mentally because I cannot get a decent sleep and worry about many things.
It was chaos! As soon as I hit the bed, my mind runs 210kph. I think about my health and how I can recover. I think about my to-do-list at work. I think about the problems we have at work and how I will be able to manage them. I would think about my husband and me if my health got worsen. I think about our bills if I will leave my job and focus on my health. I think pretty much everything! The space in my blog is not enough if I wrote all of them!
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It's February, the love month! Couples and even friends are pretty excited about Valentine's Day for some good reasons. We can use Valentine's day to finally execute that long-waited fantasy date with our partner, friends, or even with our family! While we are still navigating our way out from the coronavirus and the economic challenges... Continue Reading →
Everything has pros and cons. We get that. Thus, we always want to be transparent about everything that we are involved with. Particularly if we are talking about our health, knowing the pros and cons will help us decide. For women who have Adenomyosis like me, let me share with you the three things I... Continue Reading →
Ten months ago, I was diagnosed with Adenomyosis. It is a woman's health condition that involves the uterus. Adenomyosis occurs when the uterus' tissue breaks through the wall of the uterus and grows. Back then, I was nervous and afraid. I'm not sure how to manage it or what to do, and what's for me... Continue Reading →