Dogs are slobbery balls of energy that are in a constant state of motion when they’re not being adorable on the couch or patiently begging for food. Sometimes though, they start being cute on the couch more than they should and pack on weight. We’re all prone to weight gain, but when it comes to your dog, it’s your responsibility to do something about it so they don’t develop health issues. It’s the same as having a kid who always wants to eat Cheetos and play video games, and making sure they don’t do that.
Your parents can scream at you until they’re blue in the face, but it’s not going to make you have better posture. Unless you actively want to change something, you’re not going to, which is why we carry a lot of bad habits into adulthood. Eventually we realize that the things our parents told us to do were for our benefit, and have to begrudgingly change our ways after the fact.
We love to experience the world in new and exciting ways, and have no problem spending a little money to do it. Some people, with big wallets, like playing with the latest and greatest toys and gadgets, while others don’t mind waiting for the price to drop or build it themselves. If you aren’t adept in the waiting or building department though, it might just be better to save and pay up.
Sometimes we wear scarves or gloves to be fashionable, but not every accessory was meant to wow onlookers. It’s not unreasonable to want to feel like you’ve got the upper hand if a bad situation were to land in your lap. This is especially the case if you live a bit of a rough-and-tumble life, with a penchant for injuries.
When you deal with aches and pains, it’s hard to live out your days as a normal person. Not moving seems just as painful as moving, and it’s hard to enjoy anything that’s happening around you when you’re constantly hurting. Seeing people walking around with a smile on their face is almost jarring, because you can’t imagine what it’s like to not suffer all the time. If this scenario applies to you, then it’s about time to start taking matters into your own hands about improving the quality of your life.
Dealing with people is usually the last thing anyone wants to do. While some humans are awesome, going out in public with a whole mess of them on a train, plane, or bus is sometimes overwhelming in a bad way. We use music and social media to tune them out, but that doesn’t completely remove the potential for eye contact, or worse…conversation.
Our society is heavily based in an endless cycle of buying, throwing out, and upgrading the things we own. It’s not like we want to cover our country in a landfill, but there isn’t much of a push to fix, recycle, or reuse things. That being said, there are lots of ways you can make your current belongings last longer, and that goes for everything from gadgets and gizmos to clothing.
The older we get, the more injuries and instances where we didn’t pay enough attention to our bodies starts to pile up. We can’t undo all the damage that has been done, so every day adds one more piece of straw to the proverbial camel’s back. To combat this, it’s best to start incorporating some relaxation time into your schedule, and you’ll find it’s easier and takes up less time the more of it you do.
It’s only when you’ve been working the same job for a couple months that you start to realize what aspects you could improve on. Foot rests for under your desk and a wrist support at an office, a rechargeable thermos for those that work in tough conditions, and bike accessories for those with a commute. There’s an app or product for just about anything you can think of.
When the weather changes, our beloved furry friends shed their coats to grow new ones. It helps regulate their temperature and keeps them happy, which we definitely want for them, but at the cost of finding hair in every nook and cranny of our home. You can try your best to brush off some of the excess, but you can never tell when you’ve missed, and despite your best efforts, there will always be more laying in wait.