Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger I’ve been a closet yogi for years. From instructional DVDs to exercise games on Nintendo Wii, I like to pose with the best at-home yoga masters. But then I hit a plateau in my progression and realized the best way to learn how to strengthen your core is to […]
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Posted by Jennifer A. DiGiovanni, guest blogger A healthy diet reaps many benefits, including excellent oral health. Often the nuisance of dealing with a cavity or two is enough to encourage kids and adults to avoid sticky, sugary sweets that cling to and eat away at strong teeth. Instead, choose healthy foods rich in calcium […]
Posted by Sher Warkentin, guest blogger Though the three Rs, reduce reuse recycle, are catchy, teaching kids what they actually mean can be a bit more challenging. Reusing and recycling are fairly easy concepts to learn, even for younger kids, but what about “reduce”? Hands-on activities that are both fun and educational are always a […]
Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger Since college, I’ve been an active volunteer in my community. From raising funds for an animal welfare foundation to helping out in weekly therapeutic horseback riding classes, I enjoy giving back—especially when it doesn’t cost anything! “Community is about taking care of our families, coworkers and people in need. […]
Posted by Steve Auger, guest blogger People are taking better care of themselves more than ever. Regular exercise and clean eating provide a solid foundation for a happy and healthy life. But if you’re like me, and you have a bit of a sweet tooth, sometimes maintaining those good eating habits is easier said than […]
Posted by Karen Lac, guest blogger Giving back doesn’t require a big bank account. Even just $50 can make a difference and improve the lives of those who have less. Here are some ways that you can donate that’ll help ensure your money goes to good use. The Local Food Bank Hunger is a very real […]
Posted by Steve Green, guest blogger The benefits of yoga are well known. The ancient practice aims to revitalize the mind, body, and soul and features many disciplines, from Raja to Hatha. Physically, it appeals to athletes because it can be used to promote everything from flexibility to stress relief. Yoga for Running One of the […]
Posted by Karen Lac, guest blogger If you’re looking to do something different and more productive with your vacation days, consider a few kinds of volunteer abroad programs, which allow you to take part in service projects all over the world. Beyond the personal reward of helping to bring valuable services to those in need, […]
Posted by Ryan Dwyer, guest blogger Fall is the perfect time for hiking; the weather is cooling down, but it’s still pleasant enough to be outside. Remnants of summer are uncommon, and the air can be wonderfully crisp in the morning. Hiking is a great way to get in touch with the environment, but don’t touch […]
Posted by Rebecca Desfosse, guest blogger Homemade almond butter is a regular in my household. I like to slather it on rice cakes, mix it up in smoothies and use it make ants on a log for my son. It’s pretty incredible – and surprisingly easy to make. You only need a food processor, some high-quality […]