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Ruby Nash

Sort everything

Your closet won't make any sense to you if your sweaters and your cropped tanks are all mixed together. Sort every item into its own section. You can take things a step further and sort within these sections: by color, how often you wear them, etc. It just has to make sense to you. You can also group things by season. This will make it easier for you to transition your wardrobe from summer to winter and vice versa.

Change your diet

The easiest way to improve your cholesterol is to change your diet to include foods that are better for your heart. It's as easy as replacing a few key ingredients. Instead of eating red meat, replace it with salmon which is high in omega-3 fatty acids. Instead of cakes and cookies, fill up on fruits high in fiber such as apples and pears. Another great alternative is switching dairy high in fat for plant-based products such as almond and oat milk.

Invest in a humidifier

Humidifiers can tag along and provide some much-needed support in your battle against dry skin by boosting the moisture content in your home. Humidifiers are also beneficial to a person’s respiratory health and facilitate better sleep. 

Lower Stress

Blood pressure also rises when you are stressed. Learn to manage and relieve stress. Our mundane lifestyle can be very stressful at times. Learn to destress every time you find yourself stressed. 

To lower stress you can listen to music, talk to your partner or a family member, or meditate. Experiment with things that might help you relax and find what works for you.

Lower Stress

Eat Healthy

Eat lots of fruits, vegetables, beans, and whole grains. Limit red meat and eliminate processed meats. For healthy recipe ideas, visit our blog. It is also important to limit alcohol consumption because alcohol can increase your liver, colorectal, and breast cancer risk. If you drink alcohol, have no more than two drinks a day for a man or one drink a day for a woman.

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Follow these simple steps:

Step 1: Sit down on the floor and bend your knees. Move the bent knees outward and bring one foot below the opposite knee.

Step 2: Shift your body weight over from the feet to your hips and position your belly over the hips.

Step 3: If the pressure on the hips is causing discomfort, place a blanket underneath. 

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Read the room

Most people value their personal space. If you want to hug someone, be sure to ask first, or to read their body language to see if they'd be okay with hugging you. Unless you're really close with someone, never hug them by surprise.

If a person's body language is closed off, and they don't seem to be interested in engaging with you, it would be best to not hug or even ask, as it would likely make them uncomfortable.

If a person's body language is open, and they seem interested and enthusiastic about talking with you, it is likely that they would respond positively to a hug. If you're not sure, then always ask first.

Determine Whether You Actually Need One

Before you start creating a bylaw for your business, it's important to know whether you really need bylaws and what purpose they'll serve for you and your organization. A lot of companies only need bylaws for their board members to declare the power of board members as opposed to other executives of the company. For other organizations, you might need bylaws for your entire organization. Think about what your bylaw will actually do. There's a chance that you might not need bylaws altogether.

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