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Dominee Wyrick
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Every year I pick a song to start off my soundtrack for the year. Usually, it's an upbeat song, one that relates to my word of the year or what I want to remember as I go through the months. It's a song that I use to help remind me of my purpose. (Check outRead More »
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A Word of the Year is a word to represent what I want to do/feel/be for the year. It feels like a way to keep myself on track.
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If you want to give gifts that focus on self care, check out these great self care gift ideas for you and the ones you love!
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How are you showing love to yourself right now, right here today? We’re in the last month of 2016 and I think most of us can collectively agree that 2016 frankly sucked. I’m committed to making this last month of it a special one. It’s tempting to kind of rush through it, get it overRead More »
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Get 10% off the Self Love Workbook
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Make Self Love the focus of 2017! The Self Love Workbook encourages you to make time for yourself and focus on your self care!
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To help my anxiety I've basically been hanging out in the Hufflepuff Common Room and Littlefinger's Brothel. 😂
In case you missed it, I’ve been going through a period of intense stress + anxiety + depression. I have your regular run-of-the-mill anxiety which manifests itself in mostly social ways that overall, mildly affect me. I don’t like going out in groups, impulsively going to brand new places, talking on the phone – all fairlyRead More »
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How is your self care looking for January? Going into the New Year what things are you doing to take care of yourself? How are you being kind to yourself?
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My favorite magical ways to let go of 2016. Focus on releasing all of the bad things that happened and bring joy into the New Year.
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You have permission to be a Scrooge. Okay, maybe that's a little harsh because the last thing I want is to see you on the evening news running through a department store yelling "Bah Humbug!" But - you are allowed not to buy into the holiday cheer.
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For all of the shy girls out there I want you to know that I see you, I hear you, and I love you. I know what it’s like to hover on the outside, too afraid to draw notice to yourself for fear that you won’t be good enough, or interesting enough, or that you’llRead More »
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As I’m sure you know, I just released my 2017 Self Love Workbook which focuses heavily on self-care, self love, and body love. It’s about what’s stopping you from loving yourself, how to take steps to move past those things and how to take care of yourself in all areas of your life! BUT ifRead More »
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Their standard of care for cats is negligent and dangerous. I spent $1,200 here and my cat nearly died under Dr. Biles' care. Don't waste your money at this place, seriously, your pet's life depends on you caring enough to get them the care they deserve. My friend, who was in a tight financial spot and essentially homeless, asked me to take care of her cat. When I got him he had a severe flea infestation, which I successfully treated myself. However, he was very anemic because of the fleas, had lost a significant amount of weight, and was very lethargic. Worried for him, I took him to Westwood Veterinary Hospital. The first visit they did blood-work and told me that yes, he was anemic and to give him iron supplements and a special food. I brought up the fact that he had very little appetite and I was told that cats just LOVE the kind of food they were giving me so it shouldn't be a problem. I went back to Westwood Veterinary Hospital a week later because my cat was still lethargic, still losing weight, and barely eating at all. They hospitalize him for three days. During the first two of those days the other veterinary at the practice, Dr. Plunk, was updating me on Louie telling me that he was very fearful for his health, that he thought he had developed fatty liver disease and that it was very serious. (Dr. Plunk seemed to actually care, was informative, and helpful) On the third day Dr. Biles calls me and tells me that my cat is looking better and eating and to pick him up right before they close. I pick him up expecting that after being on an IV for three days and under constant care there's going to be some improvement. When I get there to pick him up (at the time I was told to) the Dr. is already gone and the vet tech, who seems to know nothing about my cat's case, is explaining to me that I have to syringe feed him. SYRINGE FEED. This is hours after being told "He is eating." I am sent home with an anti-nausea medication, an anti-bacterial medication (for a flea born disease they couldn't be sure he had), cat food, and a syringe to put in his mouth to feed him. Cost for all of that: $918 I get home and my cat could not even walk. He would not eat at all, not even licking the food. I got him back in worse shape then when I had brought him in. I spent almost a week syringe feeding him multiple times a day, which is literally the most stressful thing I've ever done. He still wasn't getting better or eating on his own. Money spent at Westwood Veterinary Hospital $1,212 Improvement: Absolutely none I then took him to the Norman Cat Clinic where they actually spent more than five minutes examining him. They told me that he had a fatty liver and was essentially going into liver failure and his other organs were going to start shutting down. They gave me an appetite stimulant, a steroid, two medications to help his liver,and a shot of B12. It was $400. Within two days my cat was eating on his own (with supplemental syringe feedings). Within a week he was eating entirely on his own. And now, two months later he's perfectly fine and healthy. Don't waste your money at this place, seriously, your pet's life depends on you caring enough to get them the care they deserve.
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