1. Start from a good place Plan ahead and start your vacation at or below your target weight, or if you’re in the process of slimming down, take off 2 pounds or so the week before you leave. Your vacation is not the time to be playing catch-up. 2. Plan to eat food that is delicious.
We need to become comfortable with the idea that we’re never going to be done. There is never going to be a point where we feel that we’ve checked off all of our boxes, or spent all of the time that we want to with our kids We’re never going to feel completely satisfied with our accomplishments – at least not for longer than a day or two. As we climb the ladder of our own needs it’s important that we can let go of the effort of the lower needs. This is how we can do more with less, and create more quality time in our lives.
By Tara Weng for GalTime As a life-long New Englander allergies have become a part of my life. Seasonally,I try to get by with over-the-counter remedies and avoidance of certain flora and fauna. Unfortunately, I've discovered that my usual trigger list and my home arsenal might just have to be expanded.
By Jane Greer, Ph.D. for GalTime Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively have bought a home together. It sounds like fun, doesn't it? They met on the set of "The Green Lantern" and have been moving forward as a couple ever since. It's easy to get swept up in the romance of it all, especially the idea of playing house.
By Allison Pescosolido MA and Andra Brosh PhD for GalTime With just the click of a button, we can "unfriend" people from Facebook, ejecting them from our daily lives without a second thought. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could just “unfriend” your ex-husband or ex-boyfriend in real time.. the same way you can on Facebook?
By Nellie Akalp for GalTime Do you groan at the thought of an industry event? Hate all the small talk at cocktail parties? If so, you’re not alone. But whether you’re a business owner or just looking for new opportunities-- both networking and networking events are an indispensable part of the game.
By Jenny Tiegs for GalTime Ah, the kids are in bed, the work day is turned off with a switch of the laptop and you are ready to turn on the romance with your partner. The lights are dimmed, candles are lit with Marvin Gaye softly playing in the background...and, if you're like a lot of other moms, you've got your phone out and ready for some major action!!
By Holly Lefevre, Author of The Everything Bridesmaid Book, for GalTime I was a wedding planner in Los Angeles for years. I loved it. I quickly caught on to the do's and don't of selecting my clients. I can honestly say that after all the years spent walking people down the aisle, I worked with some amazing couples and families (really, I am not lying!)