Getting a good night’s sleep is imperative to living a fulfilling life. Sleep allows your body to renew valuable energy. Without a restful sleep our bodies and minds will not function as they were intended to. Lack of sleep shows up as your face looks worn and pale, and your internal body suffers as your immune system weakens. The good news is there are practical things you can do to help to get more sleep.
Even if you don’t have a specific garment that you want to copy, knowing how to make your own sewing patterns can really come in handy. And it’s a lot easier than you might think. All you really need is sewing pattern paper, measuring tape, and some idea of what you want to create. Having a familiarity with sewing patterns and how they work also helps.
An inexpensive way to give your kitchen a fresh look without spending thousands on new cabinets is to give them a face lift. Install new hard ware and recondition them with oil to make them look new. Depending on the material of the cabinets, you might be able to paint them too.
This is your break, your get-away-from-the-everyday. Time off for you that is well deserved, hard earned, and greatly appreciated. As a business owner, you wear many hats; and, if only for a fleeting moment, your head is now bear.
So please, have a look through and feel free to shoot me an email for any comments and suggestions on how we can improve more on our craft. By the way, thank you to Mr. Harry Gold for being the Inspiration boards of this column.
Plants take a big role in designing your environmental yard. You should choose plants that will suit the nature of your site and climate. Consider how tall the plants grow, how well the colors complement each other and how well they provide year-round interest in the garden. You may think of how much pruning, watering and fertilizing they require. It’s not bad to take a look at the plants that grow well in gardens in your neighborhood.
While fans were happy to welcome Robin Roberts back to “GMA,” other were wondering if she may have needed more time to recover before heading back to work. However, Robin looked happy to be back on “Good Morning America,” and viewers were definitely happy to have her back.