Looking stylish and polished with a large chest can be a struggle. When I meet with a new client many times their biggest issue they are having is finding blouses, shirts, dresses, and blazers that will fit and that are not matronly. It can very frustrating. However, there is hope. Below are some of my strategies on how to dress when you have a large chest.
After-dinner and before-bedtime snacking when not hungry can result in consuming unneeded calories. Often this may be due to boredom, stress or tiredness. Try these tips to banish evening cravings and curb after-dinner snacking; and, if you must snack, go for the healthier options.
Life gets so busy, and when life gets busy- it gets full. And cluttered.
At Momcierge, a cluttered life is what we’re tackling every visit for every client. There aren’t enough hours in the day, and everyone is spread too thin. When we’re rushing through life- we have to prioritize, and that’s when that pesky clutter starts rearing its ugly head.
I recently performed a closet edit for my client who was about to turn 40. She wanted to start investing in her wardrobe, and wanted to stop impulse buying. As we went through her closet, I found she had a lot of items that were not the right color, didn’t fit that well, or that she didn’t love, but she had bought them on impulse.
Sure, you do your best to eat healthy and live a fit and active lifestyle, but you’re still not satisfied with your body. Day after day of eating salads and hitting the gym and your body isn’t changing.
I think I’ve been in a hurry for almost seven years. In January of 2006, I found out I was pregnant with Henry. Later that week, I was offered a contract to write Cold Tangerines. And since then, it seems, I’ve been in a hurry, running against the clock. They say that being a writer is like having homework every night for the rest of your life. I get that feeling.
Vegetarian meals are gaining in popularity — even among regular meat-eaters. According to a 2016 poll by the Vegetarian Resource Group, 37 percent of Americans eat at least one vegetarian meal per week.
As more and more individuals reduce their meat intake, one essential question remains: Are vegetarian and vegan diets healthy?