Celebrating Motherhood! From The Coloring Room To The Board Room

Youve spent the last few years changing diapers, washing little hands, and running yourself ragged being a stay-at-home mom. But soon all that will be changing. Your little tyke is going off to school for the first time, or maybe you finally have that empty nest. You are now ready and willing to get back into the market, and you, of all people, deserve a great job. Most mothers reentering the workforce believe that finding a job after being away for so long is extremely difficult, but thats simply not true any more. More and more employers are recognizing that returning mothers have highly developed and exceptional skills relating to their ability to organize and multitaskand that in these areas …

How To Care For Your Body During Pregnancy

Being pregnant means following a healthy lifestyle is more important than ever. Its crucial to understand what steps you can take to keep you and your baby in good health. Prenatal care is one of the vital factors that ensure a smooth pregnancy. The first checkup should occur during the first 6 to 8 weeks of your pregnancy, when your menstrual period is approximately 2 to 4 weeks late. For women who are relatively healthy and have no complicating risk factors, you will probably see your health care provider every 4 weeks until the 28th week of pregnancy, and then every 2 weeks until 36 weeks of pregnancy. After that you will have an appointment every week until you give …

Calling Forth a Soulmate

How do I draw a soulmate into my life? You don’t. I’ve read plenty of books that tell you how to do it, but I don’t believe for a minute that you can place your cosmic order and your perfect ideal twin soul is going to materialize just like that at your front door. It doesn’t happen like that. You can open your heart and mind to finding a beautiful loving relationship, but chances are that using the word soulmate will almost jinx you from finding it. Why? For many of us, when we think of a soulmate, we think of someone perfect. Someone who is gorgeous, brilliant, funny, naturally happy and kind. We think of someone who wants exactly …

Hysterectomy: Recovery After A Hysterectomy

Hysterectomy recovery after a hysterectomy is a crucial time in a woman’s life. Recovery after a hysterectomy means a woman needs some time to adjust, to heal and to complete her hysterectomy recovery process. Here are some tips for speeding up the recovery time: 1. Your first two weeks at home will likely be the most difficult, depending on what type of hysterectomy procedure you have had. Use this time to sleep, relax, read, and listen to your favorite music until your post hysterectomy is over. At the end of two weeks, you should be more able to begin moving around and slowly getting back to your normal activities. 2. Do not climb stairs or drive a car during this …