Rhinoplasty is a common plastic surgery in the United States. In the Philippines, many have already tried it as well. Not only does it help correct health issues, it also improves the aesthetic looks of a patient. No wonder its popularity in the USA and elsewhere cannot be disregarded. Let us look at some of the benefits that the hundreds of thousands of patients go for when they undergo rhinoplasty.
Husband and the boys went to Pangasinan last weekend. The children climbed trees, rode bikes, and caught fish. Husband relayed that they ate under the tree and only went inside their small kubo to wash and sleep. The next day before they left for Manila, they again stayed most of the day outdoors. No wonder they smelled amoy-araw. Yes, even my 2 1/2 years old boy smelled amoy-araw already when left for too long under the sun.
Now that summer has officially kicked in, surely this familiar scent wafting through the air when the boys come in for an afternoon of play is set to fill the house. I guess our toddler could avoid such foul smell with some of these tips:
It is a fact. Many are now resorting to facelift to make them look fresh and their skin firmer and tighter. Those who just had a facelift get a younger looking appearance that surely improves their confidence and self-esteem. Plus, the effect of a facelift may last for up to 10 years, thus something others consider quite practical than other face enhancement services.
If you are contemplating on getting a facelift, it is important to know as well what to or what not to do after the procedure. Your surgeon will discuss with you the stages it will take for you to reach full recovery ahead of the procedure. Knowing what to expect is a way of helping you deal with your expectations and drain unnecessary worries. When you know what to expect, you get into a better position of healing without any complications.
I am writing this post after one mommy friend consulted she is pondering in having a facelift. I told her I’ve got no experience but I could help her by interviewing doctors who conduct such procedure. Let me share some insights I’ve got.
I am one babywearing mother. I find great comfort wearing my baby especially when around the house. But there are times I would want to be free and just push him around with a stroller. This holds true when we are at the park or outside dining in.
If only I have a stroller that I could carry single-handedly. Or at least I could open and fold easily.
I looked at myself in the mirror. I wasn’t pleased with what I saw. The reflection I recognized looked old and tired. Perhaps more than a good night’s sleep, I need a skincare product that would address some of my skin-aging problems.
Yes, I’ve aged a lot. Though age brings wisdom and grace, along with it comes different skin-aging problems, too. And that is what I am most concern now.
There is no one product that is perfect for every skin type, that I learned from trying many baby wash and shampoo for years. Though we have found what seems to be fitting for our fifth, I still try new products. More than the curiosity, it is knowing all options available.
From our recent pedia visit, our doctor told us that SumoSam has skin asthma. She mentioned that moisturizing his skin regularly is the most suitable treatment for his skin asthma. And he needs a hypoallergenic soap, preferably with the most natural and organic ingredient. Organic moisturizers and body wash contain no harmful chemicals and fragrances that may cause irritation and itching of the skin.
Aveeno Baby Wash and Shampoo seems to be the perfect brand we are looking for.
I just can’t sleep. With two of my youngest in the hospital, I simply can’t find peace at the moment.
So I stared at my two precious darlings for too long. Then I wonder, when was the last time I looked at them intently? Or at least caress them as if I don’t care for the time.
Early last week, both my grade six and grade nine boys have been sleeping late at night for two consecutive days already. The younger one finished a ukelele group project due in three days time. My elder one, on the other hand, got busy with a truss bridge he needed to submit by the end of the week.
Concerned, I asked them how was their division of labor. Both my boys relayed to me that no one wanted to work so they took charge.
About a month ago, a blogger by the name of Elle Darby was publicly shamed on social media. Darby pitched a letter to a popular hotel company for a free stay in exchange for social media promotion. The hotel owner went public to communicate his disapproval. This caused quite a drama; some fans defended Darby while others made fun of her pitch.
As a blogger, I’ve learned quite a number of lessons from the incident.
I recently met a dear friend. She has been living alone for quite some time. She is renting a small apartment near her workplace to save on time and gas expense. Her home where her parents are also staying is quite far from her office address.
In one of our conversations, we made a pact that we will save again for our travel. Well, we used to travel together years ago when I still don’t have our Little Man and SumoSam. And to help her save, this mother mentioned she needs to cook her own meals.