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Sleep Matters


If you don’t get enough sleep each night, chances are you are not living at your optimum. If you want to completely transform your life, reach your potential and simply feel better within yourself, getting 7-9 hours sleep a night is essential. Think I’m exaggerating? Check out these proven ways that sleep can change your life:

What's In Your Overnight Bag?


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No matter how old you are, there is nothing more fun than staying the night at one of your friend’s. You might be planning on enjoying a night out and would rather stay with her than get a taxi back to yours on your own. Or perhaps your bestie lives fairly far away, and you are going to visit for the weekend. Whatever your reason for staying over, you will need to pack an overnight bag! This should have everything you need to enjoy a comfortable night’s sleep. Don’t forget all of your usual morning products! Here are the products and items you will most likely need to pack.

Smiling Is Contagious: Don't Keep Yours Hidden Away


Are you one of those people who dreads group photos or tries to hide every time a friend suggests taking a selfie? There’s no doubt that the rise of the selfie and the popularity of social media have made us more critical and self-aware than ever, especially when it comes to our smiles. If you’re not happy with your teeth, you don’t have to resign yourself to a life of smiling behind closed lips. We all feel better when we smile, and smiling is contagious. If you long for a more attractive smile, there are some simple solutions out there.

4 fashionable nursing shoes in 2017


Among all the demanding jobs in the world, being a nurse is probably one of the toughest and most challenging of them. Imagine working ten to twelve hours each day; walking around from rooms to hallways, climbing up the stairs, carrying medical equipment, and rushing during emergencies. With these exhausting activities, it is no wonder why sprained ankles, sore legs, and back pain are the most common complaints of nurses.
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