• Workouts

    Tai Chi: A Gentle Winter Workout to Build Flexibility and Ease Stress

    Sunday, January 17, 2021 Written by

    Weather forecasters are predicting an especially cold and wet winter this year. That means you’ll need some ways to maintain your fitness while indoors. It’s the perfect time to take up a tai chi practice. Tai chi is a low-impact, gentle form of movement. It can be practiced inside or out, and requires no equipment. […]

  • Workouts

    Beat the Afternoon Slump With a Short Dance Break

    Wednesday, January 6, 2021 Written by

    Wherever you work – behind a desk, in a grocery store or hospital – stress can accumulate through the day. Come afternoon, you may feel sluggish from hours of sitting, or stressed from other factors at work. A little boost can give you renewed energy to make it through the day. Coffee or a sugary […]

  • Inspiration

    Connecting With Neighbors to Help You Get Through Tough Times

    Thursday, December 10, 2020 Written by

    With travel limited and more people working and attending school online, we see our neighbors now more than many other people in our lives. If you’ve been too busy to get acquainted with them, it’s never too late to start. Positive community connections can be a big source of comfort during the COVID-19 pandemic. Current […]

  • Self Care

    Finding Comfort in Creative Projects

    Saturday, November 21, 2020 Written by

    With both winter weather and new pandemic restrictions limiting our movements outside the home, indoor activities must take over. Prolonged separation from friends, work colleagues, and extended family can create stress and anxiety that needs somewhere to go, however. Exercise is a necessary stress reliever, and products like these cbd edibles wholesale can also help […]

  • Parenting

    How Parents Can Collaborate to Share the Mental Load

    Friday, October 30, 2020 Written by

    As COVID-19 disrupted school and work schedules, mothers in heterosexual relationships have been disproportionately affected by the increased hours that their children spend at home during the quarantine. This is in addition to the mental load mothers typically carry already. The “mental load” refers to the tasks that mothers typically take on when managing a […]

  • Healthy Eating

    Chia Pudding: Your Next Quick and Easy Breakfast

    Friday, September 11, 2020 Written by

    For those days when you have little time to prepare breakfast, a pre-made meal waiting in the refrigerator is an ideal time-saver. When that quick breakfast is also good for you and contains enough protein to satisfy your hunger for a few hours, even better. A simple pudding made of chia seeds can be assembled […]