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Tag Archives: summer
The end of a party can get really weird and uncomfortable. There’s always that one random guy who just doesn’t know the party is over and it’s time to go home. That’s what this summer is. That weird dude (no … Continue reading
It is zucchini season! You know when it’s that time of year, because each meal includes zucchini; co-workers, neighbors, family and friends are practically shoving it your way from their gardens; and blogs are featuring many zucchini recipes (case in … Continue reading
I am once again taking on the label of vegan. Due to some not-so-pretty flareups of my IBS, I felt that a vegan diet is in my best interest. But who said vegans don’t eat well and have fun? I … Continue reading
One of my favorite desserts as a child was strawberry shortcake. To be perfectly honest, I mostly just loved the buttery cake all by itself. No fruit or milk needed for my young, healthy body. As time has changed, so … Continue reading
Despite the warm weather and extra free time, the summer can be a difficult season to stay physically fit. Many people will leave York and Adams counties, and their gym subscriptions, behind to take a vacation, where staying in shape might fall to the bottom of priority lists.
As the novelty of summer vacation wears off and the mid-summer slump sets in, kids are looking for fun things to do to save them from the ever feared boredom. Many parents want to provide their children with fun, summer … Continue reading
Summer is often a time when people lose weight from making desirable health improvements like getting outside more, including lots of fruits & veggies, and cooking in a low fat method on the closest grill. If you do want to make it a weight loss summer and you’re an iced coffee fanatic you may want to think about what’s in your favorite beverage concoction.
Raise your hand if your job is really getting in the way of your summer. Long bike rides, early morning runs, open water swims, kayaking trips, not to mention barbeques, campfires, and mesh shorts. (Zippers and buttons are for suckers) … Continue reading
When I picture summer I think about all the fun outdoor activities like swimming, running in the grass, playing basketball at the local park, gardening that can keep us active and healthy. What I don’t like to picture is how summer can wreak havoc on kid’s eating habits. I still remember a third grade teacher I was chatting with a few years ago recall to me how disheartening it was to see her students return to the classroom in the fall having added much more weight to their little bodies than what would be considered healthy.