Weekend warriors get a bad name. But, according to the latest research, they live equally as long as people who work out more often than just the weekends.
You’re probably already aware that poor sleep can lead to fatigue and irritability, but did you know that there can be long term effects on your mental and physical health too?
Jeff Pfaller couldn’t do the kind of photography he is most passionate about if he didn’t stay fit—both physically and mentally. Find out how he uses his Charge 4 to ensure he stays creative.
Love eggnog? This year, make a creamy Cashew and Macadamia “nog” to satisfy traditionalists and health food lovers alike! This frothy and spiced nog uses a simple homemade nut milk for a wonderful creamy base.
Fitbit has partnered with the team at Google Arts & Culture to bring a lovingly curated collection of artwork and photos from the world’s leading cultural institutions and artists directly to your smartwatch.
Your hip muscles may be holding onto stress, resulting in pain and mobility issues. Here are ways to open the hip muscles and release the tension.
An interactive dinner party where both the prep and meal are entertaining: Try this new tradition for yourself!
Setting boundaries with your friends, family, and loved ones is a must if you want to emerge from the holiday season feeling happy, healthy, and sane. But how, exactly, do you do that?
Roasted vegetable orzo is a tasty alternative to the traditional holiday starchy dishes to bring variety over the festive season.
Prioritizing self-care during the holidays is a must if you want to start the New Year feeling happy and healthy. So the question is, in the midst of all the holiday busyness, how do you make self care a priority?