Anxiety is a tough nut to crack. Somedays, you’ll feel like that squirrel from the Ice Age movie—trying to break that nut on any surface you can find but getting nowhere fast. You’ll give up exhausted after hours of wrestling with the nut. And the nut will win. Then on other days, you’ll find cracking the anxiety nut is easy. You’ll get your anxiety under control in no time at all. And you’ll feel triumphant.
While the fast food roundabout is easier, it’s also killing you one meal at a time. By choosing to cook at home instead you can eat those foods you love like burgers and nachos—they are just healthier for you.
Even though the voice in your head keeps saying that you should look after yourself better, you’re struggling to do it. Instead, you prefer to stay in bed, rather than get up earlier to workout, and you cannot fight the urge to just have one more cake, stop at the burger joint or down another ale. So, how can you break this vicious cycle so you feel better about yourself?
Everyone knows that smoking is bad for you. It’s not good for your health.
Smoking cigarettes makes you smell like an old chimney, unclean, and in need of a sweep. And, it’s unsociable—smoke wafts over others, gets in their eyes, nose and mouth making them choke and suffocate, not to mention contaminates their airways—and it can even ruin friendships.
You’ve tried all those wrinkle creams and you’ve fought the signs of aging well. You’ve also battled the droop by shaping your body beyond what many thought was naturally possible. Still you’re beginning to notice that your assets don’t look quite as good as they once did, and you want to preserve them for longer. So, you’re starting to consider alternatives like cosmetic surgery to give you that natural lift that you’re seeking. But you’re not 100% sure if cosmetic surgery is right for you.