Summer fruits and veggies are packed with the vitamins you need for fun in the sun.
Shared workspaces are more than a place to plug in your laptop and bang on your keyboard. Childcare, yoga classes, wine and cheese tastings and even spas are just a few of the extras.
While spa retreats and getaways alleviate stress and provide relaxation, how can you tap into those emotions daily when you’re home? Tapping is the answer.
Living in Miami, it’s tough to be without a car. That being said driving in Miami can be stressful. So, when I was in a fender bender that left me car less for 3 weeks, I decided to test out ride sharing to see if it would be for me. I thought, maybe I’ll trade the car in when it’s repaired and just Uber or Lyft anywhere.
A recent study of 1800 adults found that they spend an average of nine hours and 22 minutes every day in front of screens (of which nearly eight hours are for personal use, not work). All of that screen-time has a significant effect on the brain and body, often with obvious effects such as disturbed sleep, pain in the fingers, wrists, neck and back, and even narrowed blood vessels in the eyes.
Tarot cards are ingrained into popular culture, to the extent that most of us will be familiar with them even if we don’t quite understand how the deck is comprised. When a supporting character in the horror film we’re watching draws a death card, we understand that their prospects aren’t stellar.
World Thinking Day, February 22, is a great day to think about how we can positively impact others.
Instead of turning to doctors for health issues, let’s turn to them for preventative care. So how do you weed through all the different posts, articles and more coming at you from different angles?