Create Your Account

FingerNailFixer

Small Changes Can Make You Feel Better

by Holly Schippers | January 12, 2018 | Bookmark +
My niece and I at the trampoline park.

My niece and I at the trampoline park.

Should we entertain the idea of being a little healthier again this year?

Over the holidays I was able to take my son, niece, and nephew to a trampoline park and actually jump with them instead of strictly watching. It was more fun than I would have imagined and made me feel like a pretty cool aunt and mom to make the effort.

Your effort at better health doesn’t have to be drastic; it can be small things that just help you feel better about life in general. Drinking enough water each day is a huge key. You really can excuse yourself to use the restroom at the salon and it wouldn’t be a bad idea to have a couple breaks scheduled into your day for that purpose.

What are some of the things you tried last year to help you feel a little healthier that you would recommend to the rest of us?

For reprint and licensing requests for this article, Click here.

We respect your data and privacy.
By clicking the submit button below, you are agreeing with Bobit Business Media’s Privacy Policy and this outlined level of consent.

Reopening? Know Your Numbers

Reopening? Know Your Numbers

by Michele Baker

For those of you that like a little data with your info, here is some really interesting information from salon owner Michele Baker in Georgia. Being one of the first states to open left the salon owners to scramble to learn a lot of things on their own and many have been generous in sharing things they have figured out to help make operating in the COVID-19 world more systematic and understandable.

Load More
a Bobit media brand

Create your free Bobit Connect account to bookmark content.

The secure and easy all-access connection to your content.
Bookmarked content can then be accessed anytime on all of your logged in devices!

Create Account