Ashley Gibbs tells her story about parenting during the pandemic for Mother's Day. … It took a solid 34 days, but my four children did finally stop asking, “What are we going to do tomorrow,” and have resigned themselves to this new normal. We have all settled in and surrendered in a way. Actually, I continue to be surprised at how regular our new routines (or lack thereof) seem to have become, when really it is everything but. We should be heading into the last few weeks of school, finishing up soccer, prepping for a dance recital, and rounding out another year of club volleyball.
Five Tips to Stay Healthy … Your Health, Your Responsibility … Ultimately your health is completely your responsibility. Yes we want to get advice and help from doctors and professionals in various fields, but nobody can look after your body 24/7 like you can. You have to realize that everything you do in life from your work to how you interact with people is done with your body, and the health of your body will put a positive (or negative) filter on everything in your life.
Billy Eldridge provides many services but primarily sees with clients dealing with relationships (premarital, marital, communication/conflict), and spirituality (deconstruction, and crisis of faith), addiction and adolescents. … He uses a Gottman-informed approach. Dr. John Gottman’s research has followed thousands of couples and uncovered what the longest-lasting and happiest partnerships seem to have in common.
“Dress like you are famous!” … Wearing your robe all day is not uplifting. A little effort will go a long way toward brightening your mood. Do something for yourself. … Choose clothes that fit you well and are in style. Fortunately there are loads of comfortable clothes that are in style at the moment. … Try to avoid clothes that you are concerned about staining or need to go to the dry cleaners. … Have a clean, fresh appearance (a little makeup goes a long way).