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    Mind & Mood

    Brain Fog, Be Gone: Your How-To Guide

    Having a bit of trouble remembering that address you needed? Or maybe you can’t remember if you already paid the electricity bill. What you’re experiencing might actually be brain fog. Brain fog is a common and very tedious symptom of menopause that can spring up when you least expect it. And no, brain fog does not mean literal precipitation passing through your brain, though it might feel like it at times. Is Brain Fog A Real Thing? The short answer is yes. Brain fog is indeed a real thing, and it usually starts to affect you in the perimenopause stage right before your period stops with menopause. With brain fog,…

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    Menopause Self Care: When The Change Comes Knocking

    Finding the time to take care of ourselves can be a struggle on any day and at any age, especially during a pandemic. But when we hit menopause, it becomes even more important to spoil and treat ourselves. Enter, Peter Rossi. He is an entrepreneur who has done research in all things menopause and he is here to give us the inside scoop on few things to remember when “the change” comes knocking. Menopause Self Care and You Menopause is not an easy thing to deal with. It is the time when a woman grows old enough that she eventually stops ovulating. This time can be especially difficult due to…

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    Mind & Mood

    7 Ways To Stay Mentally Healthy During The Coronavirus Pandemic

    In the last month, we’ve all experienced a number of changes that bring about uncertainty in almost all aspects of our life. Not only are we concerned about our physical health, but also our mental and emotional health too. We see the word “COVID-19” plastered in grocery stores, all over social media, and even on our mobile banking apps. It can truly feel like you can’t escape it no matter what you do. Our mental health also affects our physical health, so it’s important to stay as grounded as we can. So here are 7 ways to stay mentally healthy during the coronavirus pandemic. 1. Acknowledge What You Can Control…

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    Self Love Is The Best Love

    This sort of goes without saying but women are superheroes. While we don’t get the fancy capes, we certainly do possess super strength. Our ability to push out babies, deal with cramps, and endure hot flashes in menopause are all superpowers if you ask me! However, we rarely celebrate ourselves. We often ensure that the needs of our loved ones come well before our own.  Since Valentine’s Day is the celebration of love and affection, let’s dedicate it to appreciating ourselves. They say self-love is the best love, so keep reading to learn 8 ways to promote self-care this February.  1. Coloring Books Aren’t Just For Kids Turns out that…

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    Mind & Mood

    Meditation 101: Joining The Woo-Sah Wave

    If you aren’t a meditation guru already, then you’re probably visualizing a cross-legged Buddhist monk in the mountains,  sitting extremely upright with their palms facing up. Lesson one of meditation: that’s called the lotus position. But, meditation is a lot more than tangling your legs into a pretzel while chanting “ohmmm.” It’s becoming popular but it’s also highly misunderstood, just like an angsty teenager. Fortunately, we’re here to help a sister out. We’ll teach you what it is and how it can help you. After all, in case you haven’t heard, anxiety and leaks kind of go together like PB&J or Sunny and Cher. And knowing a little meditation might…