Smile Brilliant has asked to partner with me again to review their CariPRO Ultrasonic Electric Toothbrush. Which if you’ve been following me on Twitter or Instagram, you’ll know this last month I’ve been heavily focused on my 2020 goal of finally addressing my teeth. I ended up getting all my wisdom teeth removed and I have a lot of other work that still needs to be done. So, when Smile Brilliant asked if they could send their electric toothbrush to me in exchange for a review I was all for it, since I was recommended by my new dentist to switch to this style.
It happens to most people. You hear that song you really like and you start moving, without even thinking about it. Your body just does it. Your arms, legs and even your head get thrown around in all directions. And it feels so good. And not only that, it also does good things to your body and mind. Here are some excuses for dancing your heart out.
If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you know I have Bipolar Disorder Type II. And I’ve heard it all before and listen to particularly everyone say something incorrect about the disorder. Though the general population has increased awareness about the disorder formerly known as manic depression. Yet there are so many myths still floating around, some of them bother me a lot while others are just annoyances.
Regardless of the reason why you chose to wear contacts, it’s very important to be aware of your options. Today there are many different types of lenses, from disposable and extended-wear contacts to corrective and purely aesthetic lenses, and you might get overwhelmed when trying to make a decision, especially if you have no prior experience. Luckily, here’s a little guide on contact lenses that will help you choose the right contacts for your needs.
When it comes to exercise, only one thing is for sure: we could all use more of it. Obesity is slowly turning into an epidemic that is plaguing people all over the world. A lethal combination of an abundance of mostly processed foods, and our sedentary way of life are wreaking havoc over our health and body. That’s quite a commitment, especially if you’re stuck doing something you don’t enjoy. So, how exactly do you choose the right program for you? Here are some tips.
The aesthetics of our physique aren’t a joke – looking good is a key to self-respect and life satisfaction. There is a reason why fit people look ‘good’ to us and it has a lot to do with the fact that a fit body is usually a healthy one. However, medical advancements have supplied us with rather invasive methods to carve our bodies into whatever we like. Surgical procedures are an expensive and unnatural way to get in ‘shape’ and what’s even more worrying is the fact that people are currently pursuing aesthetic procedures in record numbers – we’re slowly approaching the 14-billion-dollar mark!