You stare at your to-do list with dread: Unload the dishwasher, return the library books, do the laundry, pick up dinner, drop the kids off at the mall, go to the gym…and that’s just the beginning. The list seems endless and unfortunatel... Read more
If you think that you're too busy to fit in a full workout, think again. Plenty of research shows that small bouts of exercise can add up and provide just as many heart-healthy benefits as longer workouts. You don't even have to be at the gym... Read more
After being cooped up in a stuffy house all winter long, it’s finally time to fling open the windows, shoo away the cobwebs, and take on your annual spring cleaning. But often, the chemicals found in conventional cleaning products can be more d... Read more
Whether you have a disability or a chronic condition that limits your mobility, exercise doesn't have to be out of reach or even painful. In fact, depending on your condition, your health care provider has probably recommended that you increase y... Read more
The job of cleaning house is never finished. It reminds me of a motivational poster I once saw that had a picture of a man running on a road that was disappearing into the far distance ahead of him. The caption read, "There is no finish line.&qu... Read more
Does anyone do spring cleaning? Is it a custom in US? I'm not sure why spring is the time for giving the house a thorough clean, unless it's that the extra sunshine reveals all the dust that's gathered over the winter!
I don't seem to have energ... Read more
Do you believe in it? I do - and not just for weight loss!!
This chick had a autoimmune illness, and she cured herself with food - and is now off medication: shine.yahoo.com/author-blog-posts/power-he althy-eating-woman-healed-herself-heal<... Read more
For anyone out there who follows a clean eating diet, or is familiar with what it entails, I'm trying this out for the first time and am not sure if some of the foods I have in my fridge and pantry are OK to eat. I am trying to eat lots of veggies, f... Read more
I downloaded Sparkpeople app a year ago but dismissed it after realizing it was all about counting calories (or so I thought). I didn't need to count calories- I needed to just eat healthier- why make it so complicated? Well here I am back and gettin... Read more
This is going to sound like kind of a dumb question.....but what is clean eating exactly? I've done a little research on it (very little) I know Jillian Michaels recommends it in her books but I'm not sure if it is eating no processed foods like box... Read more
If you are Texas born, got here as soon as you could,or just WISH you where here; WELCOME to a family of friends! So, wherever you hang your hat, join in the fun and lets reach our goals together!
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Forget about big organizing overhauls. (Who has the energy?) The slow-and-steady approach is much more effective for time-pressed moms. Tackle just a couple of our 30 super-simple projects: that pile of jumbled cords in the family room today, the ove... Read more
These eco-friendly tips (and some elbow grease) will help you clean your home inexpensively. For fresh-smelling clothes, hang laundry on an outdoor clothesline and let the sunshine dry it. (To prevent fading, turn garments inside out.) Ther... Read more
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