3 Reasons To Get the Help of an Expert Rather Than Go It Alone

Monday, April 5, 2021
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Being independent is a wonderful thing, and being able to do certain things by yourself without the help of others is a great way to live your life. It gives you a sense of accomplishment when you are able to do something on your own, especially those things that others may need help with. There are times in life, though, when you may require outside support and help. Certain situations arise where you need a professional standpoint and some expertise. Here are a few times in life where this may happen.


Accounting Help

When it’s time to do your tax returns, if you aren’t experienced or familiar with the process, you will want to get some outside help from tax experts who know all the different ways to save money make the most of that money you have. They will also ensure that all the paperwork is filed and submitted properly to avoid any unwanted and unnecessary fees and charges.


Medical Malpractice


Medical malpractice does happen, and it is important to get help should it happen to you. Medical Malpractice occurs when injuries or issues happen to you out of negligence, deviation from standards in medical practice, and through omission. Human errors do occur, but in something as important as your health, it is not expected. Malpractice, in some instances, can cause life-altering outcomes. If you need a test for something and they don’t do it or delay testing without valid reasons, it could affect the outcome of the result and could potentially be too late in correcting any issues.


With all the training and experience medical personnel have, it can be hard to prove malpractice, but if you feel that you have suffered from a medical issue not being treated or diagnosed correctly, then you absolutely should consult with a medical malpractice professional. You can start by looking for dependable medical malpractice attorneys.


Exercise Classes And Fitness


For the most part, many exercises can be done on our own with very little instruction or supervision. However, some types such as weight lifting and yoga, are exercises where you need to be careful about how you execute the moves, especially when weights are involved.


With these different types of exercises where form and knowledge are key, and it can make all the difference between fixing an injury and creating one. When you have lifting weights (even light ones), you can easily injure yourself if you’re not executing the move correctly. Having a trainer or a Yogi, someone who's experienced in that sector is a smart move to make to avoid injuries. 

Best Online Reads

Thursday, April 1, 2021


 

The ten stories from around the web that I am loving this week:


1. What to eat before you a workout via The Thirty.


2. Vintage photos of cities around the world via Redbook.


3. Six ways to breathe new life into your home office via Refinery29.


Tips For Moving With Kids

Wednesday, March 31, 2021
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When we moved into our current home, we had a three-year-old and a three-month-old. That was years ago, but the stress of moving with young children has stayed with me. Not only was I worried about how we'd get our house packed in time to move, but I was also concerned about how our daughters would acclimate to a new home.


No matter how excited you are to move into your new home, the actual moving process can be a logistical nightmare, particularly when there are kids in the mix. When you’re moving as a family, it’s even trickier to plan in advance, but it’s not impossible. With these tips, you can streamline the moving process and make it stress-free for you and your kids:

3 Tips For Decreasing Your Home Utility Bills

Monday, March 29, 2021
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Running a household can get expensive over time, and it’s not uncommon for us to pay for services that we either do not need or rarely use. This is why, over time, it can be worthwhile to check through our home utility bills and make changes where necessary.


It’s true that over the last year, many of us have spent more time in our homes than we were planning to. This very likely means that we’ve had more time to consider just what we actually need or what we spend on, and this is, of course, coupled with the fact that the need to save money is often stronger than ever. So, in the long run, how can we handle our home utility bills in the best possible way?


Asking yourself this question can help you discover what services aren't necessary and how you can negotiate with providers more effectively to decrease your costs. It could also be that certain elements, such as paying off your past debts, can be better structured and solved. Let’s consider three of the best tips regarding your utility bill set up, below:

5 Fab Finds Under $50

Monday, March 15, 2021


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zodiac necklace | flip flops | pajamas | button-down shirt | straw bag


Now that Daylight Saving Time is here, I've got spring fever! Longer days and more sunlight have me itching to put away my sweaters and booties and replace them with sandals, lightweight tops, and cute bags that signal warmer weather. Here are a few items to add to your wardrobe in anticipation of spring and summer days ahead.

What Not to Do When Buying a Luxury Watch

Saturday, March 13, 2021
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If you’ve decided to treat yourself or someone else to a luxury watch, you probably have some idea of the type of wristwatch you wish to purchase. There are thousands of different options, and a quick Google search will reveal just how overwhelming the decision to choose the right watch can be.

If you feel a bit overwhelmed and perhaps out of your depth when it comes to buying a luxury watch. You don’t want to buy the wrong watch for yourself or your loved one, so what should you avoid doing when reviewing different luxury watches on the market?

Women-Owned Businesses To Support On International Women's Day (or Anyday!)

Tuesday, March 9, 2021


 

As a sister to three women, an aunt to two women, and a mother to two young women, it's important to me to support women-owned businesses. Today, in honor of International Women's Day, I'm sharing a few of my favorite women-owned brands and businesses. Not only do I love the products/services these brands offer, but I love supporting women-owned businesses. Behind the success of every great woman is another woman cheering her on. Happy International Women's Day!

Best Online Reads

Thursday, March 4, 2021


The ten stories from around the Web that I am loving this week:


1. Six things to stop doing in 2021 via The Everygirl.


2. How much water should you really be drinking via MindBodyGreen.


3. Eight tips from dieticians to help you eat well and live healthier via Yummly.

Tarte Sale - Buy One, Get One 50% Off!

Tuesday, March 2, 2021

A few months ago I bought several Tarte Cosmetics items during a Black Friday sale at Ulta. It was my first time using Tarte, and I wasn't sure what to expect. I had heard lots of great things about Shape Tape, but I took a chance on a few of the other items I bought and hoped for the best.

When my items arrived and I tried them a few times, I was absolutely thrilled with them. I couldn't believe that I had never tried Tarte before, but I knew that I would be a repeat customer. The prices aren't outrageous, but they aren't drugstore prices either. Luckily, Tarte has great sales several times a year, and it's the perfect opportunity to stock up and save.

Today and tomorrow, March 2nd and 3rd, Tarte is having a BOGO sale. Buy one item, get the second for 50% off with code BOGO.

Keep Moving Forward

Monday, March 1, 2021


Over the course of the past few months, I've received emails and DMs from readers inquiring about the state of the blog and social channels, specifically my inconsistent posting schedule, lack of content, and my general state of being MIA. While these questions were not a complete surprise to me, I have to admit that I was surprised that you care enough to reach out (thank you to those who have!). I appreciate your concern both for my wellbeing and that of the blog as well.


I realized months ago that there was a definite shift away from posting on the blog and on my social channels. Part of it was intentional and part of it wasn't. It's difficult to feel inspired and to think that my blog content inspires others in this current state of the world. My social posting is scarce because I hardly go anywhere or do anything. Most days I hit the gym (fully masked up), Starbucks drive-through, maybe the grocery store, occasionally the pharmacy, and sometimes restaurants to pick up take out.