Most people are actually surprised at how many things there is to do when staying inside, and we have certainly proven that we are a pretty imaginative bunch when it comes to innovating from home.
Caregiving is perhaps the most loving, but also the most challenging, responsibility a person can take on. And it’s a responsibility that falls disproportionately on women of the sandwich generation.
Exercise is a mood lifter and something everyone can certainly use at this point in the pandemic. But going to the gym these days would give anyone pause — how do we avoid the coronavirus while working out indoors? Here are a few tips on how to stay safe at the gym.
Addiction affects your life in many different ways. It’s not uncommon for people struggling with drug or alcohol abuse to lose their jobs as part of the collateral damage. However, everybody has bills to pay, so you need to have some means of bringing in money.
Have you ever thought about ways to accelerate your weight loss success? Nightshades are sneaky vegetables that might be hindering your progress. Keep reading for information on how to identify a nightshade to see if nightshade elimination is right for you!
Can the foods you eat fight disease and keep you healthier and younger-looking? Here are some simple recipes for good health, weight loss and longevity.
If you want to do something good in the world, one of the best ways you can give back right now is to support healthcare workers. Fighting COVID in our hospitals has turned into a mentally and physically exhausting marathon for the healthcare workers who are committed to saving as many lives as possible. Here’s how you can help.
From the standard of living in your hometown to the quality of life in your neighborhood, even to the state of your own home, your environment can have a direct impact on your psychological well being. This article explains how and why your living environment so strongly affects your mental health, and will provide recommendations for creating a home that supports your and your family’s psychological wellness.
It’s important to find a balance with self-care. Sometimes, forms of self-care can become toxic if you let them take over. You can turn something as simple as caring for yourself into something you depend on, and that can do more harm than good.
One of the hardest-hit groups has been seniors living in assisted living facilities or nursing homes. During the pandemic, these facilities have had to shut down to visitors and many have experienced outbreaks leading to devastating losses.