Photo Source: Danis Foundation Heart Health is something that none of us can afford to take for granted. I got my first real awareness check several years ago when my grandfather had to have a quadruple bypass. That was a difficult time, but then when my Father-in-law suffered a stroke and then additional strokes that […]
My oldest son is fascinated with sports. He loves watching the games, has his favorite teams, and cannot wait for his next competition, so he can compete himself. While it is more difficult for him than the “average” student athlete due to his special needs, he does play a variety of sports with Special Olympics and at his […]
Chances are, you are reading this post because you or someone you love has made the choice to live a healthier lifestyle. Getting started is the hardest part for all of us! Here are 5 Tips to Healthier Living.
How to eat and drink healthy during the holidays I have been working on a series of posts set to go live soon, that feature several of the health and wellness programs available. I am trying to give authentic real person accounts of what is good and bad about these programs, so that anyone looking […]
Disclosure: This is a non-compensated guest post, courtesy of Rise. Everyday people sabotage their diet with choices they think are healthy. Rise coach Elisa Itkowitz, MS, RD shares tips to help avoid sneaky food traps. Rise is a nutrition service focused on helping people lead healthier lives by connecting people 1:1 with their very own […]
Thank you to Poise for sponsoring this post and keeping me confident! Light Bladder Leakage (LBL) is something that can be embarrassing to talk about, even though many women battle it on a daily basis, for one reason or another. LBL can happen when we are coughing, sneezing, laughing, exercising, etc. Some women try to […]