Vacation season is just around the corner. For most of us, that means no work and no distractions—just lots of time to have fun without worrying about what’s waiting for you back at the office. But taking the same old trip to the beach ev... Read more
For most of us, work is a fact of life. Whether your paycheck helps care for a family, a home, tuition, or simply what you need to stay alive, we spend a large percentage of our waking hours doing some kind of work.
According to recent research,... Read more
Have you thought about how great it would be to include your family in your pursuit to exercise more regularly? Family exercise will improve the health of your loved ones, make exercise more fun, and at the same time develop stronger connections betw... Read more
Cool evenings, hillsides bursting with color, re-discovering your favorite pair of worn jeans…it just doesn't get much better than fall. One of the best things about this time of year is that it's a perfect opportunity to get outsi... Read more
You’ve tried every reward you can think of to keep yourself motivated. You’ve coaxed yourself with new clothes, rewarded yourself with nights out or days off, even promised yourself a new CD if you would (please, please, please) just... Read more
I just got back from a long road trip. 5 days of sitting in the car and a little bit of walking. To my surprise I weighed in today and im down 2 lbs! I didnt count calories but took a cooler full of healthy choices. We rarely ate out. It is possible!... Read more
Is this a good idea? I'm planning on restarting weekly (hopefully) or bi-weekly (more likely) hikes once the last of the snow finally melts - and these are realish hikes, up steep hills with some rock scrambles and a backpack. The shortest one usuall... Read more
This is week one of exercising. I hiked five miles last Sunday and did the tread mill Monday and Tuesday. I'm going back today and am hoping my knees hurt because I haven't worked out in so long! Any suggestions? Should I use an incline or not?... Read more
I enjoy hiking or walking long distances outside, am looking forward to doing that again when it's warmer...and also getting back onto a bike for the first time in almost 15 years! Lots of rail trails where I live-plenty of room to explore nature.... Read more
My goal was to at least stick through it until I could get my husband to worry about his health, I knew as soon as he did that I would not be able to slip at all. We have such a great relationship that we will find any excuse to be around each other.... Read more
Make your next vacation all about exercise as well as relaxation. Do a hiking vacation of some national parks.They often have rafting trips & guided hikes you can take.This is my next one, SO EXCITED!http://www.fsguides.com/havasupai- canyon.htm... Read more
According to a recent dailySpark poll, 75% of you do not work out with a buddy. I'm more of a solo exerciser myself, but sometimes—especially when I need a little entertainment or motivation—I like working out with a friend. I don'... Read more
According to the Census Bureau, Americans ate 24.3 pounds of candy per capita in 2009, and at least part of that was consumed on and around Valentine's Day. With boxes of chocolate so easily accessible--and so many varieties to try (just a nibble... Read more
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