The latest fitness, food and inspiration posts from the Actively Northwest team.
Do you feel like you just have to put your feet in the water when you go to the beach? Or love the feeling of grass on your barefeet? It might not just feel good, but also help with sleep and healing. Scientific research is limited, but a couple studies suggest the contact between the […]
Laurie Pritchard is a content strategist in Seattle. Her family of 4 has members, including a meat lover, a plant-based eater, one who has sensitivities to gluten and dairy, and a visiting college student who will eat anything as long as it’s free. Here’s how she plans meals for 2 weeks at a time. […]
The term self-care used to conjure up images of rich women spending the day at a spa. It felt packed with privilege and reserved for those with time and money to pamper themselves. Now we know that self-care doesn’t have to be indulgent and it’s essential to maintaining mental health with all the uncertainty swirling […]
Closed school buildings might mean your child has some time to explore their own interests. We’ve pulled together a list of local at-home learning opportunities. We also asked a seasoned home school teacher for her favorite resources. Reading Duolingo, popular app for learning a new language launched an app that helps teach kids how to […]
As we continue to physically distance, more couples are choosing an outdoor wedding. Here at Actively Northwest, though, we like to level up and make it an adventure. What could be more exciting than having your adventure wedding on a remote island in the middle of the frozen ocean or saying your wedding vows at […]
The ideal standup paddleboarding (SUP) location has easy access and interesting views. From there, you can decide if you’re more interested in a calm lake or mastering your surfer turns on choppy water. Lake Union There’s never a dull moment on Lake Union—even on a rainy morning. Some easy spots to put in include the […]