Fall has a lot of great things going for it. The leaves begin to change, comfy sweaters come back into rotation, and of course, open enrollment begins for health insurance plans. Open enrollment might not be as fun as jumping in a pile of colorful leaves, but it is an important time for you to make
Spring has sprung, and that can only mean one thing; patio season is upon us. With sunnier days and a host of company happy hours, birthday celebrations, and get-togethers on your calendar, it’s important to finds ways to enjoy your outings without breaking the bank or over-indulgence.
It’s a few weeks into the New Year, and your resolutions might already be falling by the wayside. That initial dedication is still there, but your methods might have reached a roadblock, and that’s ok! The whole point behind resolutions is self-improvement, and any attempt to better yourself should
At the first sign of a drop in summer temperatures, it might be a natural inclination to want to consume all things Pumpkin Spice, but all that added sugar won’t keep the cold at bay when the fall leaves begin to turn. The autumn harvest that occurs between September and November brings a bounty of
Forgetting to take your pills may seem like a pretty small deal, but in fact it can be a very big deal. If your body is relying on a constant level of certain medications to heal itself, stay healthy or even keep major conditions like high blood pressure under control, skipping your meds can have pr
To stop smoking is no easy task. The urge to smoke and the cravings associated with tobacco can be extremely strong.
If you’re trying to cut down or stop smoking completely, here are six tips to help you resist the urge and prepare for what is ahead.
Most smokers have s
Improving your strength is one of those great activities that benefits you both right now and over the course of your life — and who doesn’t love a two-for-one payoff for their efforts?
For immediate benefits, think easier weight loss via increased fat-burning. According to the Mayo Clinic(http:/
Do you find it difficult at times to get moving and stay active? Whether you’ve always enjoyed a nap more than a jog, or you’re just in an activity funk and need a reboot, we’ve all been there.
The American Heart Association recommends 30 minutes of moderate activity five times per week for adults.
Most of us have energy ups and down during the day, but are there ways you can have more peaks than valleys? Actually, yes!
Your body is very responsive to certain types of “energizers,” most of which can easily be incorporated into your daily routine. See which of these eight scientifically proven