Top 3 Wellness Concerns For Mothers

Wellness And Your Circle

Circles of influence and your wellness, that is where our spotlight is targetted today.  Psychologists, sociologists and other such learned folks have done the research and for some time now they have reported to us that those in our lives who actively influence our thoughts, choices and behaviour affect our wellness.

Some researchers this year announced that they will be taking their investigation further and have developed a smart phone app and wearable monitoring technology that will measure, over a four-year period, the relationship between social networks and a person’s physical activity and sleeping pattern. As these University of Notre Dame researchers seek out hard results to the questions whether “physical activity is a factor in how friendships are formed and do social circles influence a person’s health and fitness choices,”  the observations of mere mortals like me show that social circles contribute to varying degree to your emotional health.

This afternoon, I will share a previously published and re-edited article of mine on this topic of how to consciously choosing your circle to safeguard your overall wellness. Subscribe and get updates of our posts and other offers that you will not want to miss.

Top Wellness News For Mothers And Young Women

Once a Mother, always A Mother
Once a Mother, always A Mother

Here is a list of other interesting news on the topic of wellness that I found throughout the news this morning that caught my attention. They are notable for a multiple of reasons, so please check them out and leave your comment below on the ones or all that you have a question about or have some further information to share.

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1.   The Most Common Health Fear Of Women In Their 20’sHuffington Post

“When we informally surveyed 20-something women about their health worries, many responded that infertility was chief among their concerns. Safeguarding fertility is very important and worthy of consideration: Approximately 11 percent of women will experience problems trying to get pregnant or carrying a baby, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.”

 2.   Maternity Leave Discrimination: Five Women Tell Their StoriesThe Guardian

“Each year 54,000 women face bullying or betrayal when they return to work from maternity leave. The Pregnant Then Screwed campaign gives women a place to share their stories anonymously.”

 3.   Wellness Tips For Back-To-SchoolSt. George News

“During the hot days of summer, the last thing we’re thinking about is the fact that school will be starting in just a few short weeks. However, now is the perfect time to start preparing for that school bell to ring. Along with shopping, haircuts and pictures, here are five back-to-school tips to help kids prepare for the classroom and give them a foundation of good health.”

Coming Up…

Have you been following our short story? Here is a snippet of what is coming in our last installment of “The Unfortunate Life of An Interesting Woman” short story series:

William was charming and moved a mile a minute, which at the time, was exactly how I was. I could tell you stories about us that would make you dizzy. The only problem with him was he was a slow mover.  He asked me out a couple of times but he wouldn’t kiss me.

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Have a Well Day!

Namaste

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