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Last week we talked about the Daylight Savings and loosing an hour and how that can really affect you sleeping…or really your waking. Being a morning person is something I’ve always aspired to be but can’t seem to truly manage to achieve. As I continue to read lifestyle articles from all sorts of media publications a continual Continue Reading
By now we all know the history of Daylight Savings Time. However I can’t be the only one who thinks losing an hour is one of the worst things! It takes me, what feels like, months to get adjusted. As much as I enjoy the longer days, “springing forward” can often put me in a Continue Reading
A tickle in your throat. Achy body. Yep, you are coming down with something. Adults have an average of 2-3 colds per year, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. With those holiday parties around the corner, you don’t have to surrender to your cold. These simple steps will have you feeling better as early Continue Reading
There are so many wonderful things about the fall…cooler air, crisp apples, pumpkin patches, cute kids in Halloween costumes, football and the list goes on. Fall is also the prelude, if you will, to the holidays and even colder weather. All things that make me want to grab a hot toddy, warm blanket and sit in Continue Reading
The air is starting to resemble Fall for many of us and with that comes some of the greatest things in life: football, sweaters, boots, leaves changing and so on. With the cooler wind also comes a sense of a fresh start. This is the perfect time to revamp and reboot your exercise routine.