Friday, August 3, 2012

Friday Flll-Ins

ffi we go!

1. Well, ok, maybe I should start analyzing which of my jobs had made me feel complete and fulfilled.
2. Walking for about 3kms. a day make me feel younger but that's a stretch!
3. When I'm making business proposals I see to it that all necessary things  are noted
4. I find my friend's menu a bit healthier.
5. And frankly, I did have some misgivings sometimes.
6. Thy say that money is the  root of all evil. But I know that money is not bad but whoever is using it .
7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to my weekly massage therapy, tomorrow my plans include blogging, writing and taking some rest and Sunday, I want to give my full attention our Pastor's preaching!


When PMS (Positive Management Scheme) is Cure to PMS

If monthly menstrual cycle can be compared to an unlikely visitor, then PMS or premenstrual syndrome is the thief in the night that snatches away positivity and enthusiasm from most women every month. In fact, a study has proven that 85% of the women’s population experience physical pain and emotional turbulence during menstrual cycle. And though scientifically this cannot be eliminated, lessening the pain as well as the mood swings is indeed possible. 

If you’re part of the 85% population that needs to cope up with the monthly menstrual hurdles, we have some handy tips that will be most useful for your situation. 

      • If you’re smoking, try your best to quit. In a recent survey, women who smoke have higher chances of experiencing moderate to severe PMS symptoms than those who have never smoked. The spiked up probability of having abdominal cramps and anxiety can be linked with the toxins ingested by the body through smoking. 

     • Get your body and heart pumped up. One of the easiest and most feasible solutions to alleviate the symptoms of PMS is through physical exercises and activities. For starters, you can engage in 15 to 30-minute walking and jogging. If your house is a few minutes from your work place, this is the perfect daily exercise.

     It’s also good to invest on a sturdy bike. With this you can embark on a new weekend habit of cruising around nearby neighborhoods. If you can spare some extra cash, better check some local gyms and inquire about their membership offers. 

     • Take it easy on the caffeine and alcohol. The excessive intake of coffee, tea, energy drinks, chocolate, and alcohol will give higher chances of boosting your PMS-ing. Based on the Oregon State University research, consuming more than one cup or bottle of a caffeinated drink days before and during menstruation cycle can raise the levels of adrenaline and stress hormones in the body, thus leading to food cravings, irritability, uneasiness, and momentary depression. 

Overall, the key to a healthier body condition is a positive and wholesome lifestyle. If you want to experience less pain, you should be ready to discipline yourself with what you do. Aim to begin with the food you eat. Remember to be always cautious of what you put inside your body. 

However, you don’t have to deprive yourself of the delicious stuff— at least know your limitations. Also give up the activities that can be detrimental to your health. For sure, within weeks you will not only feel the difference but will notice the improvement in your physical wellness. 

This is a guest post by Ciel. She loves listening to Asian music, and strongly believes that music is the universal language. She enjoys working from home as a writer. She is currently writing for afslibning af gulve, which concerns about sanding of floors.


I'm 93% Thankful

You Are 93% Thankful

You're an incredibly thankful person,
and everyone around you feels very appreciated.
You inspire people to be more optimistic, forgiving, and grateful.

In real I'm really a thankful person maybe 93% is an understatement lol! I thank the simple blessings and simple ways of God's caring and guidance. I thank every good thing that comes my way, sometimes even the bad things should be thanked for because sometimes blessings come in disguise. Generally I'm easy to be satisfied with and I thank God for it. If you want to see how thankful are you you can see here?


About Me

Work-At-Home Mom who quit years of corporate life to take care three kids full time. Fond of cooking, reading books and determined to master housekeeping. Created this blog to share about career, job, human resource, hobbies, sports and travel

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