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Postpartum Fitness Guide for New Moms

We all know that pregnancy comes with some weight gain, as well as other physical and emotional changes. If you’re like many other women that gained weight, you might wonder when to start exercise after standard delivery to get your body back. Pregnancy and giving birth are lovely, on the one hand, but undeniably traumatic ...

How to Encourage Good Money Habits in Children

Your children are like sponges. Even when you think they aren’t watching, they’re taking in everything that you say and do. That’s why it is so important to start teaching children about money and its value while they’re still young. It’s your job to help them learn and experience the do’s and don’ts of money ...

The Surprising Benefits of Giving Back on Your Mental Health

Not all people feel enthusiastic when it comes to volunteering. Most of us would question the benefits of giving back before we actually head out the door to volunteer. A recent study showed the physical, emotional, and mental benefits of volunteering. The report revealed that of the respondents that participated in volunteering activities within 12 ...

10 Innovative On-Page SEO Tactics to Increase Ranking on Google

Search engine optimization tactics are often grouped into on-page and off-page. On-page SEO tactics cover all the processes that go into optimizing your site pages to make sure they rank higher on Google. While the most important of all on-page SEO techniques seems to be keyword optimization, and people can often pay undue attention to ...

Easy Ways To “Stay Hungry” and Always Be Motivated and Inspired

“Stay hungry” is a great motto, a great way of living your life. To stay hungry means to remain determined, motivated, and competitive to achieve all your dreams, goals, and ambitions. It also means never to be fully satisfied with less than you know you can potentially achieve. But the question is: how does one ...

The History and Future of Eyewear

Eyewear is the most common form of vision correction, with roughly 64% of the American population having a prescription pair. Unknown to a layperson, the first glasses in recorded history were used and spread by scholarly monks in the 13th century. Continuing in the 18th century, temples were added to eyewear to maintain the placement ...