Invest in your Mental Health

Today, October 10, is World Mental Health Day. The day, observed globally, provides a platform for raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilizing efforts in support of mental health. The World Health Organisation notes that World Mental Health Day, also “provides an opportunity for all stakeholders working on mental health issues […]

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PCOS & Cysterhood Support -Guyana

PCOS, have you heard about it? Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, maybe you’ve heard about this? Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome or PCOS, according to PCOS Challenge, “is a serious genetic, hormone, metabolic and reproductive disorder that affects women and girls. It is the leading cause of female infertility and a precursor for other serious conditions including obesity, type […]

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Be well to Yourselves – on Social Media

There is this super savvy young man that I know, and, am privileged to have as a friend on Facebook. He’s equal parts wit and wisdom; someone I can count on to make me laugh and to provide his frank and even-handed perspective on timely issues. So naturally, I’m drawn to this Facebook posts, including […]

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Don’t Overthink it, They Say

I’m part of a book club, which helps me to keep up with my reading. Whilst looking for a new book, I came across “Don’t Overthink It: Make Easier Decisions, Stop Second-Guessing, and Bring More Joy to Your Life” by Anne Bogel. The name was perfect, it reminded me of my “Let’s Overthink About it” […]

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10 Things You Need to Know About Self-Care Day

If there is one thing we always encourage here at MAGLYFE, it’s SELF-CARE and wellness. Underscoring particularly, the intentionality aspect of it. Wellness is wanting the best for yourself and intentionally seeking it. Self-care is intentionally treating yourself to all that is right and good for you. Now more than ever, taking care of ourselves […]

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Faith Without Works is Dead

Guess what? Coronovirus (COVID19) is REAL! It’s spreading and it is killing people. In Guyana, let’s be honest, many persons are still not taking COVID19 seriously. People are congregating, they’re liming, and they’re doing it without wearing masks. Yes, it could be annoying to wear a mask, but it is necessary and important. It works […]

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Coping After the Sudden Loss of a Loved One

This post might be triggering. I’m sure we were all very happy to bid welcome to a new year – 2020. Little did we know that 2020 would be laced with much grief and disease. From Kobe Bryant’s death that rocked the world, to our very recent Denisha Victor, a death that many of us […]

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We Need to Talk More About Sex And Vagina And Other Such Things

Due to the current COVID19 global pandemic and the call for us to collectively flatten the curve, a number of online companies are freeing up their services for persons to enjoy FREE and AT HOME. One such company is Scribd, a digital library offering a wide collection of amazing books; who allowed persons to use […]

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Essential Oils + Aromatherapy: For Self-care & Health

Over the past year, I have developed an affinity for essential oils and aromatherapy. I got sucked into these plant-extracted oils after I discovered the benefits of aromatherapy – while pregnant and then with a newborn. I wanted to maintain a good night’s sleep; I also wanted my hospital experience to be serene and I […]

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