Jessica Raine and Helen George return Sunday night on PBS for an eight-week, second season of “Call the Midwife,” based on the best-selling memoirs of the late Jennifer Worth.
With aging, many face loss of ability to care for themselves, and unfortunately, many are left alone without the love and care that is needed and deserved.
I remember saying to myself, months and even a year into my business, “who did I think I was that I could leave corporate life and start my own business? I’m going back to the work I know.” Yes, I knew the work, but it was no longer satisfying. Thankfully, my inner voice challenged me, and I began to look inside at my strengths and passions. I compared what I knew of myself to what I was doing. They didn’t match up.
Don’t expect your children or family members to meet all your needs. Actively seek out ways to keep interested and interesting. Look for individuals who have similar interests with whom you can form positive friendships.
Breastfeed. This may sound obvious, but breastfeeding really is about the most economical choice you can make for feeding your baby. Breastfeeding is not only thrifty, but it has been proven to be best for baby and mom. Keep in mind that breastfeeding is not entirely free, however. Expenses such as Nursing bras, RN CEUs pads, nipple cream, a breast pump, and freezer bags will all cost you quite a bit of cash.
Prednisone is often used to reduce an attack. It might only be given for a few days, or a shot may be done directly into the inflamed and painful area. Many doctors prefer to taper this drug off slowly to avoid the flare up from coming back.
Remember to relax and enjoy the journey with your new baby. You have a new, wonderful little person in your life, and your life will never be the same as before!