Here’s a topic that’s always a little controversial. It’s a topic that most people are either strongly for or against, and the opinions are always strong. I’m not usually one to blog about controversial topics but I thought I would give my two cents on Mommy Makeovers.
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I will never forget shopping for Carter while I was pregnant. It was so exciting to get everything together and organized, but it was also a little stressful. While I was expecting, with Carter, I was overwhelmed. Overwhelmed with medical issues, renovations, stress at work and then I was stressed with what I needed. I lived in a smaller town in Central Alberta at the time and if I wanted anything I had to travel to the city. There wasn’t a store that had everything I wanted, at a fair price, so I had to hop from store to store and not only was it tiring for a pregnant woman but it took the fun out of baby shopping.
When it comes to family expenses, I try to account and budget for as much as I can but sometimes the little things slip by and I pay for it later (literally). One of the expenses I tend to forget about are glasses. I’m the only one in our family that wears them (so far, I’m pretty sure my husband could use a pair) and even though I need them, I hardly wear them. So when the time comes to get a new pair it’s always a shock to the system to see how much they cost sometimes. $400? $500? $600+? Yeah, that buys me a renovation or that new patio set I’ve been so desperately wanting. That plus I’m not a looker when it comes to glasses, I prefer contacts.
Chinese teas are consumed from morning until night, and have a strong significance in traditional China. Even today, the vast majority of Chinese grown tea is consumed in China, with over 1,000 variants widely enjoyed. For newcomers to Chinese teas, distinguishing the flavors and properties of different blends can prove challenging. Yet for the budding tea connoisseur, Chinese produce is a playground of intensity and colorful flavor.
As many of you may have read a few times by now, I’m in the middle of a long distance move. I moved 18 hours away from Central Alberta to Coastal British Columbia. With all my checklists of things to do (change addresses, pack, organize my move) I completely forgot about cleaning until the last minute. That’s when I realized I wasn’t going to have time to clean my house not to mention shampoo my carpets.
As I get older I’m beginning to appreciate the little things in life: sunny days, quite and relaxing evenings, and fabulous meals paired with Fine Wines. It’s those things that can take an ordinary day into something extraordinary. I think it’s time to broaden my horizons from the typical liquor store varieties to discovering more classic wines from the hills of Champagne, Bordeaux and Burgundy. Tesco Wine is a great way to get started, as I have much to learn.
Clearing space for the kids
Kids grow fast, which means that your home is probably like a revolving door of dolls, toy trucks and picture books. If you hadn’t planned on this being a part of your home decor, you’ll love these fun ways to clear out children’s items once you no longer need them. Keep reading for creative ideas to get rid of old toys.
There are many myths when it comes to healthy living and losing weight. Some of the myths that irk me the most are: “beef is bad for you”, “beef has bad fats”, “eating beef increases coronary heart disease risk”. All of these frequently heard statements are false. Not only Canadian Beef is a great way to eat healthy on a budget, but it’s also very versatile – the possibilities are endless.