Apr 17, 2013

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As a mom I am running 800 directions at a time getting my kids where they need to be from school to sports to Dr appts.  It's easy to get side tracked with all their needs and desires.  I can't count how many times if I am not making a conscious effort to do what I need to for myself, I can egt to the end of a 15 hour nonstop day and realize I have a horrible headache.  Sometimes I will be so tired I just fall into bed and wake up the next morning with that SAME headache.  If I'm lucky I wake up with enough time to realize....I have barely had a sip of water and am dehydrated.  If you aren't a water drinker, you really should try making the effort for one week to get the recommended amount of water each day just to see how you feel.  For me it makes a huge difference.  I really don't drink much other than water so it's not really hard to do if I just take the time and keep my water bottle full.

But it's amazing how worrying about everyone else around us can keep us from doing the simplest of things to take better care of ourselves.  In our family, the kids and I all take vitamins and probiotics.  I feel like it does make a difference in our health and it's so easy to do.  Yet, I have to replace their stuff two to three times as often as I do my own (I already account for there being three of them and one of me).  Part of this is because they tend to remind me if I do actually forget to have them take theirs but mostly it's because my mind is always thinking about them.  

I'm currently taking Provella for my probiotics.  I love that Provella™ is specifically designed for women to promote digestive, feminine, and immune health.*  I don't know about you but in my house, even with all boys, it's amazing how few things are totally mine that I don't have to share.  My make up and curling iron are about it really.  Skincare, hair products and even my shoes (my Crocs, not like high heels or anything) are randomly used by others.  I know, its petty but I LIKE having something that's just mine!

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  1. I hate to share my weight lol

  2. I hate to share my cell phone, especially with my husband, he changes my settings, ringtones, etc.


  3. I hate to share my age!
    Laurie Emerson

  4. My Weight !!

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  5. i hate to share my pain
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