It’s way too easy for working moms to become overburdened.We face a daily swirl of demands to do our best, leaving many of us feeling like we just can’t keep up. We often end our days exhausted—yet feeling like we’re not doing enough. We over-compensate by over-giving and over-doing so we can be the mother, partner, co-worker and woman we set out to be. Break the cycle with these road-tested tips from a mother who’s been there.
We all have stress from time to time. But when it goes on for weeks, or months, chronic stress can impact all of the body's systems (and do a real number on your physical and mental health). Here are 6 foods to reduce stress and nourish your body!
It took a global pandemic to teach my kids (and me) the value of money.Our lives were slowing down to start up again. It was an opportunity to understand that those things that gave us convenience and allowed us to race around were actually no longer needed. Maybe those things were never needed in the first place.
Using UVC light to sanitize objects and surfaces isn't necessarily new, but it may be something you haven't heard much about until recently. It's chemical and residue free and sanitizes more effectively than more traditional chemical alternatives.
You’ve heard meditation is good for you, and you may have even practiced meditation in the past. But did you know there are proven, scientific reasons why?Meditation increases blood flow to the brain, which enhances focus, cognition and memory. Check out more reasons to meditate and easy ways to get started!
Supplements of the sunshine vitamin have become popular because it’s difficult for most people to get enough from food and sun exposure. Vitamin D—also known as the sunshine vitamin because our bodies naturally produce it after exposure to the sun—is essential for calcium absorption, strong bones, and other aspects of health.
Don’t just count your reps, count your blessings! Science says that giving thanks can do a lot more than change your outlook; it can benefit your body, health and even the number on the scale. Read on for the crazy-awesome perks of practicing gratitude, plus tips to cultivate more of it.
Transitioning from a traditional office or job site to your living room takes time to perfect. If you’ve recently found yourself in a remote working situation, you may be having a hard time, too. So let’s learn from the experts: some of Popular Science and Popular Photography’s most experienced work-from-homers.
In today's overly connected 24/7 society, it can be difficult to find quality time with your spouse, kids and friends — let alone yourself. But carving out some quiet “me” time should be on everyone’s priority list, and even a few minutes flying solo can deliver big benefits.
We sat down with Chloe Paddison, registered dietician, certified lifestyle health coach, founder of Cureative Nutrition, and just a pretty awesome person to talk about healthy nutritional choices that can help you be your best self!