Many Americans couldn't wait to say goodbye to 2020. This last year may have maxed out your coping skills and ability to be optimistic, but you can still start the new year right with a fresh set of mental wellness habits to keep you... Continue
Adulting can be hard, but achieving wellness as an adult doesn't have to be. Every day, you can do something that nurtures wellness. Every day, you can do one small thing to diffuse health and happiness into your life. And while you can't... Continue
If you've spent the summer enjoying fresh fruits and vegetables from your local farmer's market, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program or your own garden, the waning light of summer days doesn't have to signal the end of tasty... Continue
Meditation may bring to mind images of spirituality and solitude—of quiet, candlelit rooms in sacred spaces with music playing softly in the background. But the beauty of meditation is in its simplicity and accessibility: The benefits... Continue
Natural disasters happen all the time – yet it’s not uncommon for individuals and families to find they are ill-prepared to handle the event. This may be especially true if you are a family caregiver and provide care to someone who... Continue
By the time you're 50, your feet have likely logged an astonishing 75,000 miles, according to the American Podiatric Medical Association.
Feet are a complex body part ― they represent 25% of all the bones in our body, together with... Continue
Although we dutifully adjust our lives for it twice a year, the whole “Spring forward, fall back” phenomenon can be puzzling. For many people, when the time change approaches in spring or fall, it brings with it at least a moment of... Continue