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Category Archives: Tips
Birchbox and Women’s Health paired up for the July subscription-based beauty program to offer “12 bite-sized challenges.” I’ve been getting Birchbox for a little more than a year and I look forward to unwrapping the little cardboard package that contains five … Continue reading
Spring in finally here. Well, almost here. It seems like the weather can’t make up its mind about letting spring come in or keeping the winter just a little bit longer. If you’re like me, you are chomping at the … Continue reading
Instead of hitting the gym, spend an hour or just 30 minutes working out with the family in the great outdoors.
Community blogger Sean Hermanns’ 4-year-old daughter keeps him busy — a good thing for their relationship and his health.
Failing to prepare is preparing to fail.
Estimate: The average American eats 4,500 calories in the holiday meal.
Share your wellness goals with someone you trust who can help motivate you to stay on track.
A recent study showed that short bouts of intense physical activity can help keep your waistline in check.
Some people like to race close to home. They find a race within an hour of their house, sleep in their own beds the night before and come home after. I am not one of those people. I like to … Continue reading
Wellness Wrap 9/20/13: Football fans consume more fat after losses; Eating around workouts and tweets
The weekly Wellness Wrap provides links to recent health and fitness news. Share your thoughts and links in a comment or email email@example.com. Catching up while I was away: New studies are showing that teenagers are exercising more and eating … Continue reading