The holidays are a time of togetherness, giving, and cheer. Most look forward to this joyous time, but we can also encounter the hardships of stress and guilt that come along with it. It is important to recognize these triggers to avoid or redirect them altogether.
Thinking of adding more greens to your vegetable diet? Brussels sprouts often have a bad reputation, but did you know that they offer a range of health benefits and can reduce the risk of many health conditions?
Have you heard the term “mindfulness” before? Ever wondered what this might mean or how you might practice mindfulness?
These No-Bake Raw Brownie Bites are quick, easy, and exclusively sweetened with fruit!
Looking for a yummy grab-and-go breakfast? I am all about convenience in the morning so I love that these egg muffin cups can be made in advance.
Research suggests that taking a vacation is actually good for your health. Did you know that most American workers aren’t taking any vacation time?
Do you dread going to the grocery store, or wish the vegetables you had on hand would last for just a few more days? Make the most of those cumbersome grocery runs by stocking up and storing your food appropriately to keep them fresher longer.
Year after year we set ourselves up for failure as we create outlandish and unattainable New Year’s resolutions. However, it is important for us to remember that New Year’s is a time to reflect on our past year’s behavior and how we can make positive lifestyle changes in the year to come.
Carbonated soft drinks are the most consumed beverage in the United States with the average American drinking as much as 44.7 gallons each year.
From time to time, I can’t help but define my life as a “mess”. With everything that goes on in our lives – from work, kids, school, anxiety, relationships, personal perceptions, etc. – it’s hard not to.