10 Health Headlines You Shouldn’t Miss This Month

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Pardon me for neglecting my blog lately. My dog ate my homework! I slept late! Traffic was horrible!

Okay, those are all really bad alibis, so let me stick to the truth: I got busy. (No, maniacs, it’s not what you think.) What I mean is, I am just up to my neck in deadlines.

top health headlinesJust so we can catch up, here’s what I’m sharing with you today!

Just to be clear, I’m not complaining. Nope, not at all; I’m actually quite grateful for the work! Of course, I can’t help but feel that I’ve missed all of you (and your comments, oh, your comments!) because I’ve been gone for so long.

Ten Headlines You Shouldn’t Miss!

Let me make it up to you. Allow me to share with you the top ten articles in the last month that changed me the most. I hope that at least one of them will provoke thought and evoke emotion in you, too!

1. Five bust myths busted

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Attention, men who love staring at boobs all day! Let’s sublimate your, uh, “habit” for a second. Read this article on all the boob myths you thought were true!

Find out how many of these five boob myths you still believe. Ready to laugh at how silly you’ve been? Read it now!

Social Media Calendar: 30 Content Ideas for an Entire Month!

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I cannot remember the last time I opened my Facebook app without thinking, “Man, I need content!” As a blogger, I manage different social media accounts – Twitter, Google Plus, Instagram, you name it! And as much as I enjoy stalking everyone in my newsfeed, I do run out of things to post once in a while.

Okay, maybe even more often that. I’m an introvert and I never realized I was an introvert everywhere – the online world included! I tend to like being left alone, so posting updates on all my social networks on a regular basis is a tall order!

social media content ideas

Today, I said to myself, “Enough!” I’m so tired of racking my brains for new ideas. It’s time to organize my ideas and make a calendar of things to post on social networks each day of the month.

30 Social Media Content Ideas You Can Recycle Monthly

If you’re getting as stressed as I am about what post, meme, or update to share next, start taking notes.

How Backpacks Can Hurt Your Back

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Given my constant exposure to backache-inducing, keeps-slipping-off-my-shoulders backpacks since gradeschool, it’s really no surprise that I have lost all hope in backpacks. If you’ve been buying Jansport all your life, you should really pay attention because I’m about to tell you why you shouldn’t buy just about any backpack brand – if you want to remain in the pink of health, that is.

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However, I would understand if you had back pain because of a situation like this.

It’s time to retire your old backpacks and go for one that’s got your back, so to speak. Find a backpack brand that pays attention to the fact that women and men are not created equally, especially when it comes to the shoulders.

And find one that’s not ridiculously overpriced while you’re at it!

Bad Backpacks Equal Bad Backaches

Back in highschool, I marveled at how most of the girls would rather suffer for fashion than carry their heavy notebooks comfortably. They preferred wearing their rucksacks using just one strap instead of both.

Hey, that other strap is just there for absolutely no reason, right? God forbid if you look like a nerd using BOTH shoulder straps, huh?

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