Meet this months LM pet club members! Bruno, Camilo, Cosima, Monty, Billy, Briar, Rodney & Whiskey. We love when our readers share their furry friends with us! To join the club, visit LivingMagazine.net/pet-club. Send your pet’s name, your name, your address, and a clear photo of your pet. They might just turn up in a future issue of Living!
Hair Loss in Women: Causes and Treatments BY MIMI GREENWOOD KNIGHT If you’re a gardener, you know what comes up in your garden depends on what’s happening in the soil beneath. The same goes for the hair on your head. If your scalp — and overall body — are being affected by medication, illness, infection, or chemicals, your hair can’t form properly and may begin to thin. Hair loss, called “alopecia,” isn’t just a problem for men. Many women experience it, too. Signs If you’ve
Light, Clean Aromas to Liven Up Your Space BY SYDNI ELLIS Lighten Up // Spring-scented candles bring joy with the flick of a lighter. The Hearth & Hand Meadow Dipped Ceramic Candle from Target has a gorgeous green ombre design. The soy blend candle is infused with freshly mowed grass, colorful blossoms, and plucked leaves — basically, everything you love about nature in one candle! Another amazing Target find is the Opalhouse Wild Hibiscus Sangria Candle, featuring the notes
The Lowdown on Stomach-Flattening Procedures BY MIMI GREENWOOD KNIGHT If you’re eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly but still unhappy with your pooching or flabby abdomen, there are procedures that can help you have the flat tummy you’ve always wanted. Liposuction Lipo is a surgical procedure that uses a suction technique to remove stubborn diet and exercise-resistant fat from the body then shape and contour the treated area. Lipo isn’t a weight-loss procedure, but
Don't Get Caught Unprepared this Spring BY CHRISTI BLEVINS Spring storms are an inevitable part of living in Texas. From hailstorms to tornadoes, weather in the Lone Star State can be as wild as the Texas frontier. Regardless of what the forecast holds, you don’t have to be caught unprepared. Take a Little Off the Top Make sure that your trees are trimmed and that there aren’t any branches dangling over your roof. Smaller, spindly branches should also be trimmed. Batten Down
A Guide to Picking the Right Camp for Your Child BY SYDNI ELLIS While you might be in the thick of planning spring break vacations and enjoying the warmer spring weather, summertime will be here before you know it. This means one thing — it’s time to start looking for a summer camp for your kids! Texas has a wide variety of summer camps to fit every need and interest of your child. Here are some tips to start planning. Prepare Your Child According to Children’s Health Dallas,