Oct 12, 2020

How Moms can Get More Sleep And Feel Better Today!

Even though you’re a mom you don’t have to suffer from sleeplessness every night. There are tips that can help you get the rest that you need, so you wake up feeling good and ready for your day. There are so many reasons why you might not be getting the sleep that you need. Perhaps…

Oct 9, 2020

7 Healthy Habits for Kids and Families

1. Cut back on sugar. Seriously, it’s the fastest, easiest healthy habit for families to implement. If you can’t completely eliminate it, cut way back. Drink less juice: one small glass has about 25 grams of sugar (as much as a soda). Instead, serve chilled hibiscus, apple, or blueberry tea with breakfast. And beware of hidden…

Oct 7, 2020

To the Working Mother Who Is Almost Too Tired to Even Read This

I see you. I was you. Here’s how I got through it. I was three months out of graduate school when I found out I was pregnant. Not only did I not have insurance, but I also was up to my eyeballs in student debt and just at the very humble beginning of a career…

Sep 11, 2020

Five Ways to Recover Mentally

For athletes, days off are important for physical recovery and muscle repair, but they are also imperative for mental wellness. If your motivation is flagging, you’re disappointed in your progress or you’re simply in a funk because #life, resetting your mental rheostat could be just what you need to get back on track, both in…

Sep 8, 2020

5 Ways To Be A Happier, Fitter You

It’s a challenge that every active woman is faced with at one point or another: while hitting the gym is easy on the day your boss gives you a raise, it’s tough to stay motivated on the day your toilet overflows. Why? In many ways, your mood is a road map for your day, and…

Sep 7, 2020

Suffering From Sleep Anxiety? Embrace The Lie-In And Stop Measuring Yourself Against Others

Sleep bingeing and napping can help you keep your overall snooze tally in good shape. Sleep, along with diet and exercise, is one of the three key parts of a healthy lifestyle, and it’s perhaps the hardest area to improve. You can decide to go for a run or eat a bowl of broccoli, but…

Sep 4, 2020

7 Foods for Stress Relief

Between visiting in-laws, family challenges, shopping frenzies, maxed-out credit cards, and just too many parties, the holidays can be a season of stress—not joy. This year, make your holidays happier: try these seven foods to help you relax, support your body, and keep you celebrating until the New Year. 1. Black beans Are rich in…

Sep 3, 2020

29 Ways To Stress Less

You can crunch in the gym until your butt leaves a permanent imprint in the mat, but if you’re weighed down by stress, your belt buckle isn’t likely to budge. “When you’re stressed, your body releases cortisol, a hormone that causes visceral fat to accumulate,” says Carol A. Shively, PhD, professor of pathology and comparative…

Aug 22, 2020

5 Scientifically Proven Ways To Raise Smarter Kids

These simple activities can improve your child’s intellectual development. Wondering how to improve the brain power of your child? Setting children up for intellectual success later in life is high on the list of concerns for many parents, but amidst the everyday pressures of parenting, broad goals like “making your child smarter” can feel overwhelming…

Aug 20, 2020

New Study Suggests Naps Help Teens' School Performance

A quick midday snooze could make a difference in your teen’s education. Every parent knows that babies and toddlers need a midday nap. The consequences of zero nap-time can be catastrophic—think tantrums and tears. But do those emotional breakdowns go away as children age? As kids become teenagers, aren’t the tantrums just swapped with emotional…

Aug 17, 2020

New Report Finds 30 Minutes of Sleep Separate A and F Students in High School

Further proof that shut-eye is key. It’s no secret that sleep is crucial for developing minds, but a surprising new report reveals that even a slight increase can make a huge difference in a child’s grades. The report, titled “Study, Sleep Retreat: Exploring High School Students’ Sleep Patterns in America,” was published by The Best…

Aug 13, 2020

Teens need more sleep than you realize

Adolescents' growing brains and unique sleep-wake patterns mean they might need more snooze time than adults. Parents worry about whether their teenagers are getting enough sleep. Research studies suggest that teenagers are suffering an “epidemic of sleep deprivation” globally—one that will have long-term health impacts. So how much sleep do adolescents really need and how…
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