A hot cup of tea can be a great way to warm up, even on the coldest of days, but why not get some herbal benefits while you're sipping away?
Take a minute and think about what you drink in a typical day. Unless you are a true water lover, you may be getting some extra, unneeded calories through sodas, ice teas, energy and coffee drinks.
Joining a gym can be a great way to get healthy. Monthly gym membership fees may provide the motivation sedentary men and women need to get off the couch and pursue their fitness goals, and the right gym can foster a love of exercise that lasts a lifetime.
Eating healthy - lots of fruits and veggies, lean protein, whole grains - doesn't have to be more expensive. If you shop smart and plan ahead, you'll be surprised at how much goodness you can haul without breaking the bank.
For most, the cold windy days of winter bring more than just a rosy glow to the cheeks. This time of year can wreak havoc on the system, and a combination of harsh seasonal elements and low humidity can leave many feeling uncomfortable in their own skin.
Now that the school year is underway in most schools, some students may be having trouble adjusting to their new routines and classroom settings. Being nervous about school in these first few weeks is common, but make sure you pay close attention to your children for signs that normal fears may have escalated to the point of an anxiety disorder.