How is your health and giving related? Health Editor Saskia Boogman shares the positive health benefits you receive whenever you gift.
Smart phones, email and Wi-Fi are all part of an ever-growing ability to stay constantly connected to pretty much everyone and everything.
My cell phone is my best friend. It not only keeps me connected, it also does pretty much anything and everything else—from keeping my grocery list to effortlessly guiding me through cities unknown.
We’ve all been there. A day of nutritious eating and healthy choices is sabotaged by a night on the couch and a pint of chocolate swirl.
Let’s face it, we all know we should be a little healthier, but often it can seem impossible to fit one more thing into our already fully schedules. This apparent lack of time is usually reason number one we avoid working out in the first place. But with a little foresight and creativity even a calendar full of meetings, errands and family commitments can fit a little good health and ‘you’ time.
We’ve all heard it; exercise, fitness and health are crucial to our general wellbeing. And while many of us may try to fit health into our lives somehow, it usually stays firmly planted in our personal lives. Fitness is just one more commitment we try to fit in the time outside of the hours we dutifully spend behind our desks. But, like so many other things in our busy lives, it’s never that cut and dry.