I get tension in my temples on a daily basis because of TMD and get really annoying headaches. It also causes ringing in my ears, which I think at this point is just going to be normal for me. But at least I’ve learned a few ways to ease the tension. If you suffer from the same symptoms, here are some tips for you to try. Everyone is different, so ultimately, you’ll need to find what works best for you.
In the next month or so, your 2018 resolution motivation will begin to fade. It’s normal. It happens to you and the other 80 percent of people that set goals, myself included.
I know what to do and how to make it happen. I wanted to share strategies for success that I’ll be using to finally reach my goals and change my perspective.
Backstory: Cooking and Me….
I’m not the biggest fan of cooking. I like the final product and definitely venture out (all while listening to a podcast or something because I can’t just do one thing at one time), but am not necessarily one to enjoy the process.
Anyway, I get home from the gym after work, between 7-7:30 p.m. many nights of the week. At that point I just want something fast, but I still try my best to eat somewhat healthy.
We’d recently purchased a copper skillet for $7 at Burlington and it was a game changer in terms of quick clean-up.
I am a fan of anything quick. Continue reading
So I’m sure you already know this, but food isn’t supposed to make you feel bad. Sure, certain things might cause discomfort in some form or fashion. But it’s not normal to have stomach issues, feel strange, itch, etc.
Growing up, peanuts and potatoes were staples of my diet. A lot of the time I wouldn’t feel great, but always figured it was the meat or something that made me feel bad. Sometimes it was minor, other times it was just awful. Continue reading