Category: Wellbeing

Don’t get SAD, get GLAD! My personal tips for fighting Seasonal Affectie Disorder
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Don’t get SAD, get GLAD! My personal tips for fighting Seasonal Affectie Disorder

By: Jeff Davis Freelance writer and M*A*S*H Nerd Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, is a clever name for the “winter blues,” or increased depression that many people experience during the darker, colder, rainier/snowier times of the year. SAD has been attributed to everything from vitamin D deficiency, to falling serotonin or melatonin levels, to lack...

How to Spring Clean Your Skin-Care Routine
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How to Spring Clean Your Skin-Care Routine

By: Jae Curtis, Freelance Writer Ah, spring. After months of cold and dreary weather, the first vestiges of sun and growth have you feeling brand new again. It’s time to pull out the pastels and store your winter boots for the rest of the year, but have you thought about other spring cleaning? Your skin-care...

Should Your Skincare Routine Change for Spring?
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Should Your Skincare Routine Change for Spring?

By: Holly Case, Freelance Writer and Mom of Three Boys Everything feels fresh and new in the spring. Flowers are blooming, it’s staying lighter in the evenings, and you’re shopping for lighter-weight clothes. But while you’re freshening up your wardrobe and doing some spring cleaning, it can also be a good idea to revisit your...

4 Spring Fitness Trends Worth Trying
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4 Spring Fitness Trends Worth Trying

By: Jae Curtis, Lifestyle Expert After months of being stuck inside on the treadmill, it’s understandable that you’re ready to take advantage of better weather and breathe some fresh air into your fitness routine. But where to start? Each year, it seems like there are even more fitness fads and the results can be dubious...

Overcoming Obstacles to Good Health
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Overcoming Obstacles to Good Health

So, it’s February. Welcome to the second month of the year: the four weeks that include both National Fairy Tale Day and Valentine’s Day. See the connection? Every year, millions of people vow to achieve good health by making better choices. (“Once upon a time there was a woman who quickly and easily dropped 30...

Valentine’s Day
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Valentine’s Day

February: it’s the only time of year when getting shot by an arrow is a good thing. February 14th, Valentine’s Day, is set aside to celebrate love – something everybody needs, regardless of relationship status. Whether you’re single and fabulous or coupled and contented, embrace (pun intended) this festive day! Not Just for Twosomes Valentine’s...