The Key to Natural Breast EnhancementWritten by Jason Hulott
Having nicely shaped, rounded breasts can make a woman feel sexier and confident, there is no doubt about that. However, with surgical breast enlargement procedures (such as breast augmentation and breast lifts) having a number of alarming side effects, more and more women are turning towards natural breast enhancement.
Post-operative effects of surgical breast augmentation can include a hardening of breasts; infection; and (sometimes permanent) loss of sensation in nipples. Implants may also leak or break, causing a change in shape and feel of breasts and a great deal of discomfort. And while majority of typical breast augmentation related problems can be treated, it often involves removing implant (after waiting for any infection to clear) and replacing it with another meaning yet more invasive surgery.
There are many non surgical products and methods that claim to enlarge, enhance and lift your breasts such as creams; special bras; using weights and even, hypnosis.
However, more and more women are now turning to breast enlargement pills as a way of enlarging and enhancing their breasts. Breast enlargement pills can help women to enhance their breasts and gain breast size without resorting to synthetic hormones and risky, invasive surgery.
I Am Woman Hear Me Roar: The Female Homebuyer And Seller Part 1Written by Elaine VonCannon
Imagine this scenario: June Cleaver realizes she is unhappy with her life as a housewife and now that kids are grown decides to get a job at a restaurant. Once she has saved some money of her own she gives Ward old “heave ho” and makes plans to buy her own home. Fifty years ago this type of situation was unheard of. In fact, fifty years ago if June had decided to leave Ward she would have ended up with a bad reputation and probably been turned away by a majority of real estate professionals. Even though women were legally allowed to own property, American culture has taken many years to accept idea of women buying, owning and selling their own homes. In 2005 single, retired, widowed, married and divorced women are all a part of changing face of real estate market.
First Considerations: Safety, Community and Convenience
A practical woman looks for a home that suits all of her needs. Safety and convenience are two of most important considerations. Make a list of most important attributes your new home and neighborhood must have. Be sure to prioritize carefully and honestly. You may want to consider proximity of schools and daycare. You may choose a location close to your job or a university where you plan to further your education. Even location of local grocery stores or drug stores can affect your decision. Many women also choose their neighborhood in search of community and security. As a single woman you may not want to live in a suburban neighborhood where population consists of mostly married couples and their children. It may be more beneficial to purchase in an area that has a demographic more suited to your lifestyle. Condominiums and townhouses are great options for female retirees looking for less maintenance responsibilities or a single woman looking for added safety. Buying a home located above street level with neighbors in close proximity creates stronger security. Currently, single women account for at least a third of all condominium and townhouse sales according to National Association of REALTORS‚ (NAR). When making this type of purchase be sure to research fees and amenities included in your purchase. Know what your responsibilities are and be sure you can fulfill them.