Almost everywhere one looks, COVID-19's ill effects can be seen and felt. From March 2020 when the World Health Organization (WHO) officially declared the COVID-19 crisis as a global pandemic, and up until today, millions of people in the US and other countries are still struggling to make ends meet as businesses close down and jobs become scarce.


It's no small wonder why a lot of Americans got scared about the thought of getting their social security disability insurance claims (SSDI) affected by the ongoing pandemic. Fortunately, COVID-19 doesn't have any negative impact on SSDI and other types of benefits under Title II.

Aside from the financial relief provided by such insurance policies, you could do other things to survive the current crisis, particularly in an economic way. If you're you're a bit clueless about how best to tide over this pandemic, here are some budget-wise tips you must consider:


Herbal supplements are known for their curative and preventive properties. It is natural to believe that these medicinal herbs are a hundred percent harmless, given their remedial nature. However, that is not always the case with all of them.


Herbal supplements can pose dangerous side effects to the body if taken without a prescription, or with other prescribed medicines. Before taking any supplements into your diet, make sure you're aware of the constituents that they're made of and the adverse reactions that they can have on your body.


Here's a comprehensive guide to help you understand the dual nature of several commonly used supplements that can have serious side effects on your body if taken without prescription.


Chasing after our dreams is something that we do regularly. Whether it be going to school, going to work, handling a business, and the like. Every day always serves as a stepping stone. In some cases, one might need a longer amount of time before reaching said goal. However, this usually depends on what we want to achieve and the circumstances that come along with it.


Moms, it's OK to admit it: 2020 has been one of the worst, if not the worst, year for parenting-and 2021 seems like it will follow suit. The entire family is spending most of their days at home, which means the cooking and the cleaning up after everyone never stops. It's easy to completely neglect ourselves in times like this because so many people depend on us, and we need to do all that we can to make sure that our home is a conducive place for our partners to work and for our kids to study.

But caring for ourselves is a crucial part of caring for others, too. We need to find ways to pamper ourselves in healthy and productive ways. Let 2021 be the year you also prioritize yourself by considering some treatments to look and feel good. Here are some ideas about where to start.


There is no doubt that 2020 has been one of the most trying years in modern history and for numerous reasons. For people struggling with eating disorders or those who have dealt with them in the past, 2020 was especially difficult, which - unfortunately - is not surprising.

Psychological and emotional issues are still on the rise, as confirmed by multiple studies. A study from JAMA Network Open reported that depression cases among adults in the US is more than 3-fold higher compared to cases pre-COVID-19. And many mental health concerns, such as anxiety, can take their toll on people struggling with eating disorders. In some cases, it may even result in a relapse.

Eating disorders during the pandemic is a tricky yet serious discussion.

Here's what you need to know about the issues, potential treatments for eating disorders and other cities and how you can manage or help your loved ones.



Working from home isn't new for most people. Whether you're living in Utah, Brazil, Spain, or anywhere else around the world. Of course, with its many advantages, one would choose this over the traditional work set-up. From the money, you save on transportation and food, as well as the time you spend getting ready every day.


However, the transition period may not be that easy for some. The work environment, for one, is a contributing factor to an individual's performance. When you're at home, it may be hard to look for a spot where you can be most productive. There would also be times when other external noises affect your train of thought.


Another thing lacking is the presence of your co-workers. Of course, working all day takes a toll on all of us. However, knowing that you have people around that go through the same thing as you do makes it more bearable. Having someone to talk to during breaks or ask advice from. These can all contribute to your mental well-being.


Apart from that, creating a schedule is also one way of adjusting to this new set-up. This allows you to balance your priorities and meet your deadlines.


Not only that, but you should also make sure that you have time for other important stuff outside of work. There are certain days when you'd need to go out and run some errands. Of course, keeping your place clean and organized is a must as well.


This is where a work-life balance comes into play.



Traveling is one of the best time activities, yet it can transform into a horrible experience if you don't do it right. For an experience of a lifetime, a bit of research can go a long way. It is important to get your homework done before traveling to a new place, amid a culture you've never experienced, and individuals you've never met! You can also get in touch with an immigration attorney. Mentioned below are some tips you should follow before traveling that can make your experience more fun and tension free.