Blogging becomes therapeutic for me when I quit my job in 2007. Maintaining an online diary has helped me cope with stressful living.
Through blogging, I meet new online friends who are moms like me. They were instrumental in introducing me to the idea that I can earn from blogging at the comfort of my home.
I’ve registered in several blogging networks and gladly work with them for years. Although many of these companies are no longer operating, I’m thankful to them for all the opportunities they’ve given me.
For 11 years, blogging has helped me pay our bills; buy groceries; pay for monthly tuition of my young kids; bought personal stuff for each member of the family, and even helped us pay part of my kids’ hospital bills (in 2011).
Blogging and earning from it may no longer be as lucrative back in the days but, I’m still not planning to retire because I’m still supporting my son to pay for his college education. I will recommend to young aspiring bloggers to try, grow, and thrive from blogging.
Despite repeated warnings by health experts, many continuously violate the health and safety protocols of Covid19. We have seen people posting on social media big gatherings of family members with their relatives and friends outside their home on Christmas Eve.
Face-to-face parties outside the home are still prohibited this holiday season. Why don’t we listen to the warnings of experts? This way, we can protect ourselves and our loved ones from getting Covid.
On New Yearâ€™s Eve, please do not invite your relatives and friends to any physical parties. There is too much at stake if you hold an activity outdoors. Why not invite them to a zoom party. People are doing this worldwide. I think a virtual party is more fun and does not require you to dress up and prepare a lot of food on the table. Letâ€™s be patient, please. We have been in this situation for several months now; letâ€™s wait for a few more until the vaccine reaches the country.
Even with the dramatic turn of events, let us claim a better 2021 for everyone. Happy holidays and please stay safe.
Let’ have a virtual toast for a healthier life in 2021!
It’s no mean feat raising a family that sometimes you tend to neglect yourself in the process. I’m guilty of this one. I haven’t given enough time for myself or take care of my health. The last thing I regretted wasÂ gainingÂ those unwanted pounds over the years.Â
With the excess pounds and age, too, dressing up becomes so difficult. It is frustrating to look for the right style and color of clothes to wear. Even if I don’t go out often, owning a few pairs of pants and presentable blouses can bring out the confidence in you.Â
I’m glad I found this very helpful tip on the Internet. How to Dress Up Tips for Plus Size Women from wikihow.com.
Here’s the basic tips summary. You can check the page for more wardrobe advice:
If youâ€™re overweight and you want to build a strong wardrobe, use light colors to draw peopleâ€™s eyes to areas you like while camouflaging your least favorite attributes with dark colors. Stick to small prints, since large prints can make you look bigger, and choose diagonal and vertical stripes over unflattering horizontal stripes. You can also wear well-fitting, supportive undergarments under your outfit to prevent unflattering lines or bulges! Keep reading for tips on having a successful shopping trip. — wikihow.com