The Winter season can be busy and exciting. With so many events like family dinners, holiday parties, and the preparation and planning for gift giving, we have plenty of distractions to keep us from focusing on our health and taking care of ourselves as we would normally. Furthermore, once the holiday season is over, many people experience a lull in their motivation to stay active. Some people begin to experience depression or feelings of anxiousness over expenses that accumu
Along with thick soled boots and cashmere knits, one of the true harbingers of winter is the chorus of sniffles heard round the office, the classroom, and the subway platform. Every year, it seems, as soon as the freezing temperatures arrive, so, too, do a wave of cold and flu symptoms. With the latter at an all-time high in 2018, anxiety about getting sick has also reached peak levels. But is it possible to prevent getting sick in the first place? Two New York City experts o
This post has been a long time in the making. I have wanted to write about this topic for awhile, because the more people I talk to, the more I realize that this is a serious problem for a lot of people. How do you find the balance between eating “right” and living well? I use the term “right” loosely because there are a gazillion different “right” ways to eat. You might follow the traditional food methodology of Weston A. Price. You might be following GAPS. You might be a ve
How often do you collapse into bed after a long day and ponder, "What did I even accomplish today?" You know you've been busy; you barely had time for a bathroom break between answering emails, dashing between meetings and racing to be on time for this carpool or that baseball game. You've been working hard, your brain is fried and it feels as if you've been running on a treadmill all day. And yet, you can't seem to put your finger on what it is you got done.
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