Life is all about finding balance in every aspect. If you have too much of one thing, you can tire yourself out from another. Yin is okay, as long as your yang is in perfect harmony. The struggle of life is finding the balance of things that you like, and things that you have you to do. This is something that I’m learning about being a mother. While I was married, after the birth of our child, my husband and I spent less time together. Instead of enjoying our lives as one unit, my daughter and I paired off, while he was to himself. Our marriage ended for a number of reasons, but one thing that definitely didn’t help was that there wasn’t a balance between parenting, and our time as spouses.
“I’m Proud Of Where I’m At So Far”: Evelyn Lozada Talks Dropping 30 Pounds Since Giving Birth, And Her Man Carl As A Dad
Evelyn Lozada gave birth to her son, Carl Leo Crawford, on March 22, and we told you that less than two weeks after doing so, she was back in the gym, working on her fitness. Well, that determination to get her abs back is paying off, because Lozada recently told ABC News that she has already dropped 30 pounds of baby weight. “I’m proud of where I’m at so far. My body feels like it’s almost back to normal.” Lozada is the new spokeswoman for supplement brand youthH20, and she says that she has been taking that, as well as eating very clean. No fried eggs and bacon for breakfast. Instead, Lozada is downing oatmeal or egg whites. And for lunch, she’s eating “fish and veggies with a lot of sweet potato.” But of course, she’s also going pretty hard at the gym.
Elliott Wilson & Danyel Smith Announce New Magazine Project HRDCVR
Powerhouse couple Elliott Wilson and Danyel Smith have cornered the market as leaders in the journalism game in their various stints. Their latest venture, HRDCVR, is an ambitious magazine project that will cover art, music, politics and much more with an academic and artistic slant. Wilson and Smith launched a Kickstarter campaign for HRDCVR, using the “crowdfunding” route to both raise the necessary capital for production of the “book-shaped magazine” but also fostering a true sense of community. As with most similar campaigns, varying levels of contributions come with respective perks. HRDCVR’s aim might appear packed on paper, but that’s exactly the effect the creative team is hoping to craft. Although the HRDCVR’s “Issue 1nce” has been tagged with the theme “The Fight,” the scope of the project is essentially omnidirectional.
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