What’s for dinner? If you’re a parent, you’re probably tired of hearing those three words. Coming up with a new meal every day that pleases the whole family and fits within the food budget is a constant challenge, but dinnertime can be easy if you keep it simple. Here are five cheap and easy meal ideas that are sure to please kids of all ages.
Arguments are a normal part of every relationship, whether you are a young couple or a couple who has been together for decades. Yet, how you engage in arguments with one another, including the type of language you use and the emotions you display or hold back, can have significant consequences for the health of your relationship, as well as your own wellbeing. Ultimately, the key is to find ways to engage in arguments which are healthy, constructive and lead to a more positive relationship and outcome. Here are 5 ways to have a healthy, positive argument.
It’s easy to stick to your healthy habits when you’re at home, but it can be quite challenging when you’re traveling.
A desire to explore, have fun and enjoy the new surroundings is surely fulfilling, but the new rhythm can be stressful and take its toll on us, making us more vulnerable to diseases and injuries.
Not getting enough sleep, skipping meals, eating junk food, not having enough time in the day to do some physical activity. Are these things familiar to you?
Chances are you want to focus on wellness but due to the hectic and stressful schedule you are prevented. In order for all of this to change, you have to put yourself first and change your mindset. Then make a decision to finally start leading a healthy lifestyle.
20 Ways to get Healthy in 2020
New Year – Healthier You
It’s that time of year again… you know what I’m taking about. That time of year where we are guilting ourselves for how we’ve indulged our sweet carb loving tooth. If you’re like me (and thousands of others) you’re looking for a way to get rid of the holiday induced belly bloat and brain fog and get healthy in 2020. Being healthy, however, is more than just eating right and exercising. In order to be truly healthy we must look at three aspects to getting there: Mental, Spiritual, and Physical all go hand in hand.
Here are a few things I’m doing to find the healthy new me in the new year.
Oral health is an important part of your child’s health. Cavities, premature decay, and other dental issues can make eating uncomfortable for your child. In addition, poor dental hygiene can lead to cosmetic issues, both now and when their permanent teeth erupt. Instilling good oral hygiene habits is an important part of parenting but it can also be very challenging. Implementing some or all of these ideas can help ensure your child develops the habits they needs to keep their smile healthy for a lifetime. Continue reading “Smiles for Miles: How to Teach Your Kids a Reliable Oral Health Regimen”
Healthy dining shouldn’t be something that’s limited to people who have fancy personal chefs working for them. If you have a passion for cooking, then there are all sorts of amazing healthy cooking options on hand for you. People who want to approach food preparation in an elegant and nutritious manner can rely on all sorts of pathways nowadays.
While we all love to indulge in pasta or our favorite donut, balance and moderation are key. As we move into the new year, it’s helpful to consider what exactly you’re putting on your plate or consuming on a daily basis. Is your plate full of healthy fats, proteins, and greens or is it mostly starchy high carb foods?
Today, it’s all about active holidays. This means that even exotic and stylish travel destinations offer hikes in nature, yoga courses and other activities that will keep you in shape. No matter if you choose a city or a remote island, you will always find a way to continue your healthy lifestyle.
Therefore, if you want to be stylish and stay fit, here are the perfect travel destinations that will give you all, and more.
When we’re heading off to a long trip with our kids, snacks are an essential item! Unfortunately, convenient snacks for kids are often pretty unhealthy, not to mention expensive. Keeping our small kids occupied in the back seat can be challenging at the best of times, without constant cries of “I’m hungry!” resonating around the car (which can drive anyone crazy).