• Workouts

    Before You Go Back to the Gym, Read This

    Friday, January 1, 2021 Written by

    Happy new year! If you’re thinking about joining a gym or starting a new fitness routine, physical therapists from Core Physical Therapy have advice to start out safely and without injury. First, manage your expectations. If you haven’t been to the gym lately, you won’t be performing at the same level you did before. “Understand […]

  • Healthy Eating

    Nutritionist Tips for Helping Kids Eat at Mealtimes

    Friday, December 25, 2020 Written by

    Anyone who feeds children has a tough job. This is one of the first places where kids exert their independence by refusing to eat or only eating certain items. It can be frustrating for caregivers who are legally responsible for feeding them. And, of course, love them and want them to be nourished. First, know […]

  • Healthy Eating

    Tips for Breaking Your Sugar Habit

    Thursday, December 24, 2020 Written by

    Editor’s note: It’s not necessary to eliminate all added sugars–and attempting to do so can spark obsessive behaviors and disordered eating. Most people eat too much refined sugar-whether it comes from sweet coffee drinks each morning, the treats consumed for an afternoon pick-me-up, or hidden in processed foods. On average, Americans consume 3 times more […]

  • Workouts

    5 Stretches to Help Increase Flexibility

    Saturday, December 19, 2020 Written by

    Flexibility is about more than impressing people with your ability to do the splits or birds of paradise pose. Improving your flexibility can help prevent injury, stiffness, and pain. When you stretch muscles, you’re lengthening them, making them stretchy as opposed to tight and restricted. This gives you greater range of motion, which could help […]

  • Inspiration

    Last Minute Gift Ideas for the Person Who Spent 2020 Decluttering

    Tuesday, December 15, 2020 Written by

    If your holiday shopping list includes people who spent the better part of 2020 decluttering their homes, gift-giving is going to be tricky! They waited in long lines at donation centers or spent hours responding to messages on OfferUp! The last thing they want is a home funnel cake maker cluttering the tidied kitchen or […]

  • Quick Meals

    Show Your Love With the Gift of Food

    Friday, December 11, 2020 Written by

    In a year when 1 in 6 Americans is experiencing food insecurity and the rest of us are lining up at donation centers to drop off items purged from our houses, traditional Christmas gifts are feeling less important. At the same time, the desire for gifting convenience foods like frozen meals is high. You see […]