Don’t sweat the small stuff. Not having everything in place and organized to perfection is not a deal-breaker. My kids and family have been relaxed and enjoying each other all day and that’s all that matters.
So why are we right back where we started? It’s annoying and I’m tired of it all. Two years later people are still coming to the dentist sick as crap. At this point, everyone is just selfish. There’s no question about it. It’s just so frustrating to know that you’re doing everything possible to be … Continue reading Blogmas #21 Tis the Season to Not Be Selfish
With the ongoing festivities and the lack of a planned schedule, their daily routines usually get ignored. Late nights spent playing video games and binge-watching movies can lead to oral hygiene routines being ignored too
Christmas chaos zero me winning in this season 100!
It’s less than 10 days until Christmas day and I don’t have a present under the tree. This week the excitement of Christmas has seemed to fade a bit. I think it has to do with the hustle and bustle of the end of the year. The kids’ schools and their end-of-the-year celebrations and testing. Also, the end of the year events for their extracurricular activities. End-of-the-year work functions are in full swing too. Did we forget about the ponderosa? Large crowds unmasked individuals and no distance from one another. Everyone trying to get back to “normal,” but Omarion is like nah. This seems like a never-ending cycle. I’m over it and I’m sure you are too.
The dental hygienists are not being taken care of. Many are made to feel as if their role is insignificant to other team members. They’re feeling overlooked.
Dental healthcare is not a luxury. It’s a health service that everyone rightfully deserves to have access to. Oral health matters and so do you!
Because I know the task of choosing which product is necessary can be daunting, I’m giving you my top dental self-care tools that are important in achieving optimal dental health.
If you haven’t seen your dentist this year, call now to schedule your checkup. Maintaining your oral health is a wonderful gift to yourself.
As you all can see, my reflection on my life has been aiming to balance the bustle of life and maintain some peace of mind for myself and my family. It’s hard work, but very worthwhile.