Have you ever wondered if God wants you to exercise? I mean really…does He even care if you’re physically active? I believe the answer to those questions are yes! Look in the mirror…do you see those muscles, the bendable joints, the bones? God put them all together perfectly because He knew women would need to be strong, flexible, and able to move quickly from one thing to the next. Exercise or being physically active, is not just good for women, it’s great. Because of that, this post will provide you with why and how much you need to exercise, plus 10 equipment free ways to move your body. There are so many ways you benefit when you choose to be mindful about moving your body. Guess what – it’s even possible to work exercise into your busy life.
An unknown author said “Memories were a welcome reprieve from the worries of my day” and in so many cases they are just that. If memories are a reprieve, how can we improve our memory and save the things we want to remember? Those are the questions we’re going to answer and provide solutions for today. If you’re ready to kick your memory making into high gear we’ve got: 7 easy ways to improve your memory and 7 fun ways to remember things.
Last I checked, all women love going to the spa. But what do you need for a spa day at home? We’ve got you covered with everything you’ll need for an easy DIY spa day. From a full spa day experience to DIY spa treatments that can be done in as little as 10 minutes.. What woman doesn’t love a little pampering or want to look and feel her tip top best?
Problem is, spas require money and time.
The DIY spa ideas, included below, will care for the hair on your head, your pinky toes, and your soul. We’ve got everything your mind and body need, as well as our favorite “good for you” products and recipes. Bonus: Everything can be done with little to no money and in hardly any time. Win!
A quick google search shows that women want to know about beauty. These 4 tips for keeping your body beautiful and healthy are about caring for yourself the way you’d care for God’s physical dwelling place – His temple. Society has made outer appearance a part of our identity. Even worse, we tend to base our self-worth on our hair, makeup, clothes, and body size. The world puts a lot of value and stock in how a person looks on the outside. Christians should care about their outer appearance as a means to reflect a heart that’s been molded and shaped by God and to accentuate God’s handiwork, you!