This busy holiday season is impacted by the turbulence of our times and the anxiety that naturally surrounds it. More than ever, each one of us needs to take time to decompress. Madeleine Czigler shares a few valuable tips on how to restore calm to our lives.
Last week, I plopped down onto the sofa, baby in arms ready for a feed, and asked my husband to pass me a bib. Ever obliging, he brought it over and proceeded absentmindedly to tie the thing around my neck. Once I realized this was not a joke and got over the hysterics than ensued, it struck me just how tired he must be. And how tired I am. All the time.
Busy moms are used to taking care of others, but don't forget to use those same skills to take care of yourself on a daily basis.
Laura Moore loves running marathons and has racked up 23 races and medals since she started running. Here's what she did to stay in the spirit of a 10K race when bronchitis prevented her from running ...
Where is home — for the countryless, the homeless, exiled, expatriates, nomads, pilgrims or refugees? Is it about where or more about what, how and whom?
Meet Charlotte Debeugny, a no-nonsense nutritionist in Paris who believes sensible and good eating habits are the best way to feel good about yourself. The mother of three has penned two nutritional books and is now working on a masters degree in her spare time. From her home outside of Paris, Charlotte talks about her two passions: food and family.
Feeling exhausted, bloated or moody? Ditch your bad habits and try five days of eating clean to press "reset" and give your body a boost.
Is weight gain inevitable as we head into our 40's and beyond? I would argue no. A few dietary and lifestyle tweaks can help us to keep a healthy silhouette and a spring in our steps!