So you know you'd like to make relaxation a priority. Where do you start? Relaxation is easily self-taught — you don't need to study at a Zen monastery — but it requires commitment, discipline, and a willingness to allow yourself to take the time.
From cheese sauce to super-sized portions, restaurant meals can sabotage healthy eating. But don't let that keep you at home.
From why we feel it to its effects on your health, learn the basics about stress. If you know more about it you might find it easier to avoid in the future!
If you're not one to take the flu shot, there are some natural ways to help prevent and possibly reduce the symptoms of the common cold and in turn, raise your immunity during this nasty flu season.
What can you do to bust the boredom blahs away when the kids are sick at home? Try these games and activities on for size! You never know what might work!
Reading isn't just for adults -- it's for the whole family! Why not make this dynamic activity a regular "happening" at your house! But where do you begin?
I used to laugh in the face of the new year. "Resolutions? Blast. I don't need them!" That was before kids. That was before I was humbled beyond recognition. That was before I desperately needed a clean slate, a "do over," like every five minutes. That was before I was a parent of a toddler.
Invisible pollutants, like air pollution, still pose health risks to millions of Americans. On any given day, these five pollutants can be found at dangerous levels in the air somewhere in the nation. Educate yourself on how they could be affecting your health, and what you can do to "clear the air."
Does it seem like your child has radar from across the house the moment you pick up the phone to have a conversation. Inevitably, there suddenly is an urgent question that must be answered -- right NOW! Breaking free of this cycle may not happen overnight. Still, use "No Interruptions Day" as a stepping stone in the right direction.
Making plans for your New Year's Eve when you have a baby has a way of reminding you how much your life has changed. Even if you could fit into that little cocktail dress, you know that it will be close to impossible to find a babysitter for the evening's revelries.