Struggle Street? What The? Why life does not have to be so hard

If you are anything like me, you grew up in a family where your grandparents had just survived the great depression and they brought up their offspring with the mentality of ‘Waste Not- Want Not’. So as a child whenever you wanted anything from a piece of candy to a new bike, YOU HAD TO WORK HARD TO EARN IT…because ‘MONEY DOESN’T GROW ON TREES!’

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Happy Marriage = 50% of the time. Say WHAT???

I was out for a catch up with a few girlfriends the other night, something we really try to make a point of doing at least once per quarter to maintain our connection despite all of our busy lives. The group consisted mainly of wives and mums in their 40s with kids at various ages. One of the women attending was not married and had not had any children to date.

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My Journey Through Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is no longer a disease for the aged, hard-living person; it is affecting more and more otherwise healthy young women every day.
Early detection is definitely key, as is a complete change of lifestyle, if one wants to prevent reoccurrence of breast cancer. I really wish I had known then what I know now about the ways I could have helped my body not only get rid of cancer naturally, but also prevent it from ever occurring in the first place.

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Is Sugar Really as Harmful as Cigarettes?

According to Dr. Robert Lustig we have been duped. Duped for about the past 40 years. What has been sold to us as ‘healthy’ has often been nothing more than a sugar-laden farce designed to make the food taste good so food companies can make billions of dollars. This man is calling sugar ‘toxic’. Literally, it is killing us.

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How to stop kids eating junk

Far out, it’s everywhere. What used to be ‘party food’ is now ‘every day’ food and the rise of the Fitspo social media gurus flaunting their perfect bikini ready bodies say that you can have your cake and eat it too. Um, yeah, well no…I disagree. It’s now filtering down to the kids and everyday households are now offering their kids a ‘treat’ for just about everything.

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