Comfort Vs Style, Who Wins at the End of the Day For Women?

Comfort Vs Style, Who Wins at the End of the Day For Women?

First of all, I want you to imagine a world where people can just wear anything they want on any occasion, time, and place, without any prejudice, stereotype, or whatsoever. There will be WAY fewer people wearing suits and heels, and of course, we will see more flip-flops, rubber sandals (if you know what I mean), and sneakers. But of course, no such world exists, because people naturally live by image and rules

The dress code

Why do we wear painful, itchy, and sometimes even frustrating piece of clothing everywhere? For office workers, it’s obvious that they’re following the dress code in their respective workplaces. Besides, wearing a suit -for a guy- screams authority and confidence, so people would most likely think highly at you. For a woman, wearing a pair of high heels boosts confidence and posture at the same time, although all women know how uncomfortable they are for any activity at all.

Be looking good

But wait! What about those people at the mall who strut their stuff and women who wear 6″ stilettos? Honestly speaking, I have no idea either. I understand the need to look our best in public to boost our self-image, and people have their own way of doing so. Some people prefer to do their hair before they go out, some spend an hour to choose their outfit, and some other, well, they wear uncomfortable pieces that look good on them.

But how far would you go to look good? What’s really painful to look is men who sweat so much when they wear tailored tuxedos and women who can’t even walk straight anymore because the high heels are too high and the hours are too long. Sometimes I think “What is wrong with this guy?” or “Why don’t you wear lower heels?”, but then again, being a personal style enthusiast myself, I understand how important it is to look your best and stand out from the crowd. I know some of you might disagree with me and say that we should not sacrifice comfort for the sake of style, but I will say that everything is great in moderation.

Wearing something too comfortable

Think about it, if you’re too comfortable with your outfit you wouldn’t be self-conscious, and you might not realize that you just put your feet at the table (well this scenario is unlikely, but you know what I mean). On the other hand, wearing something too uncomfortable will put you in a -serious- bad mood, and it will show on your face, trust me. That’s why I think everything is great in moderation.

The bottom line, my decision leans a little toward style. I think it’s fine to wear something a little uncomfortable as long as you don’t frown and sweat all day. What about you? Which side are you on?…

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Diet for Pregnant Women

Diet for Pregnant Women

It seems that pregnant women are often given advice on what to eat and what not to. These suggestions make them confused about their diet. We are all aware of the fact that unborn babies survive on their mother’s diet. So it is very important for a pregnant woman to follow a healthy and balanced diet to ensure that the baby gets a healthy diet.

It should be noted that the uterus, placenta, blood volume, and fluid increase during pregnancy, so a diet should be designed keeping in mind all these things. The possibility of depletion of maternal nutrition increases during pregnancy. It’s easy to deal with all situations if you follow a healthy and balanced diet. Mothers should always remember this that they need to eat for two people and should not skip meals. This does not mean that they overeat because it is a fact that mothers get more burden because of a heavy diet which results in complications at birth. Pre-eclampsia is one of the complications that can occur at birth due to a heavy pregnancy diet.

Diet for Pregnant Women:

Fruits and vegetables

At least 5-7 servings of fruits and vegetables must be included in the pregnancy diet in a day. It offers essential vitamins, fiber, iron and minerals. All of this is important for the nutrition and growth of your baby. Different fruit or vegetable salads make your food more interesting and delicious.

Protein

To build tissue, hormones, enzymes and antibodies for mother and baby are very important for the intake of protein-rich foods. Good sources of protein are nuts, beans and meat. Also, it’s better to include several types of seafood in your diet. For vegetarian mothers, nuts, beans and milk are the best sources of protein.

Whole grain products

Whole Wheat Products such as rice, bread, pasta and cereals contain vitamins, minerals, iron, folic acid, and carbohydrates. All of this is important for mother and baby. It’s good to have at least 5 servings of whole wheat products every day.

Salt and water

To maintain blood volume, you must include adequate amounts of salt in your food during pregnancy. Besides salt, it is necessary to drink lots of water every day because water helps to dispose of body wastes and toxic substances quickly and also helps increase blood volume.

Yogurt and Cheese

We know that some mothers hate milk and there is good news for mothers like that that they can choose cheese, yogurt, and other alternatives instead of drinking a glass of milk. However, it must be mentioned here that milk is an important and good source of calcium for both mother and baby.…

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