Poor diet, drinking too much coffee or tea, smoking cigarettes, taking antibiotics frequently, and various genetic factors are some of the reasons that can cause yellow teeth. Although it may make a person look unattractive, you should know that yellow teeth can easily be solved with the implementation of just a couple healthy habits. From brushing and flossing to using baking soda, there are many natural ingredients and smart dental hygiene routines that can bring back that pearly white smile in no time.
Life has an excellent way of providing us with every experience necessary to evolve our consciousness and encourage our greatest potential. Whether it’s blessing us with it’s many splendors and abundant beauty, or throwing us curve balls and speed bumps, all of it is a journey. There is always a lesson to be learned, hidden in plain sight within the fabric of it’s firsthand experience.
Yet these lessons aren’t always evident at first. Often times they take awhile to discover once given the opportunity to reflect upon our choices, and realize the value of their outcome when looked at in hindsight.
Life can be grueling and tough on us all. When things are going good, great. When things are not going so good however, life can be exhausting and downright cruel. So how do we overcome the darkest of shadows and heaviest of rain clouds? How can we change ourselves for the better to become our greatest version?
It’s as simple as following your dreams (intentions, goals, wants, and desires) as well as never giving up on them if they’re truly your passion. It may take some time to figure out what it is you wish to do with your life or with yourself in regards to a certain situation. You may think something is your ‘calling’ only to give it a try and realize it wasn’t your cup of tea after all.
How often do you get bored with yourself, your life, or the usual routine? Have you ever felt like you’re in the wrong place at the wrong time, stuck, or lonely? Perhaps you wish you could make a change but there always seems to be some invisible blockage in the way keeping you rooted and glued in the same lifestyle, with the same faces.
It’s human nature to feel this way, no matter how grand or luxurious our lives may or may not become. Yet once these feelings of inadequacy and unease present themselves, it’s our prerogative to do something about it. Whether that be take a chance and make a change, or choose to stay chained.
Societal standards of women have changed drastically over the years since the early era of human civilization up until ‘now’. The same goes for men in all honesty, yet for women, it’s always been a bit more drastic and dramatized considering the amount of pressure and judgment found within society as a whole. Everything from the way women look to how they behave has been molded and shaped into this approved, ideal mold all other women should strive for.
It’s safe to say that following these suggested requirements would lead to a life of ‘fitting in’ and becoming the stereotypical woman society deems is most appropriate. Yet doing so leaves little room for individuality and creative expression. Especially considering that doing something other than what is expected may lead to being frowned upon and made to feel inadequate about who you truly are.
Are you single? Are you the only one of your friends who’s the loner of the bunch? The one that plays ‘third wheel’ often, or watches from a distance as your couple-friends make out with each other and hold hands all the time? Or… maybe you’re in a relationship but miss the days of being wild and free? Perhaps you’ve forgotten how it feels altogether and aren’t sure of your identity outside of being in a relationship?
Being single is often made out to be a bad thing, as though not being with someone makes you an outcast or feel as though you don’t belong. Yet once in a relationship, it’s sometimes all too easy to lose sight of who we are as an individual and all the beautiful things that make us unique. What works best is being able to find solid middle ground and enjoying the many fabulous perks that fall beneath the term ‘single’.
There is a fine line between self-love and narcissism in today’s culture. What one see’s as self-confidence and positive self-esteem, another might view as being stuck-up or vain. Despite what anyone thinks, there is always a need for more body-positive individuals. The ones who find all shapes and sizes beautiful no matter what the numbers read. As long as an individual is healthy and happy, there should be no reason to shame another for the way they physically appear.
One woman known as Marie Ospina knows this all too well. She decided to take ‘selfies’ to a whole new level by wearing five very different outfits/looks to see how the public would react to each one, and sharing the message that ANY type of look is beautiful in it’s own way. Her photos began a body positive movement in which she was also inclined to share…
Let’s face it, Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) is something nobody likes to deal with, and is a trait most of us should want to steer clear of. Being narcissistic is a classic case of allowing negative energies and the shadow side of ego, to enter our existence. It’s a way of filling ourselves with pride, usually at the cost of covering up the real reasons why we may be afraid of something; such as not being accepted or the fear of not fitting in.
However, taking notice of narcissistic personality traits is the first step in wrangling them in, taking them down a notch, and possibly even harnessing their strength in a way that is healthy and beneficial.