As we ring in the new year and many of us have resolutions we want to achieve, many of those resolutions revolve around overall health. However, suddenly trying to become more active isn’t as easy as it sounds. Not to worry though – we’ve got some exercises for you to ease into your 2023 fitness plans and the best part is that they don’t require any equipment so you can do them at home.
As the holidays have come and gone, many of us may have indulged a bit. All the shopping, running around, family time and parties will do that to you. If you do participate in “Dry January,” it doesn’t mean you need to miss out on sipping on some delicious drinks though. Here are 5 delicious mocktail recipes to inspire you through the month.
We understand (and agree) that the holidays can be a very expensive time for families. As we enter the new year and you’re looking for fun, there are many inexpensive activities you can do with your family. Here’s a list of 10 ways to have fun with your family this winter on the cheap.
As the winter months continue, it can be challenging for many people. Although the days are shorter and we have less exposure to the sun, you can certainly still find ways to stay mentally healthy and happy. Here are some ways to boost your mental and physical health, by incorporating some simple self-care habits into your daily routines.
As we enter this new year (yay!), a great way to start 2023 is to refresh your home. We understand we’ve all probably spent too much money over the holidays, but these changes don’t cost anything at all. We’ve gathered a few tips below on how to refresh your home for the new year.
As a parent with young children, holiday parties can be stressful. Before you even attend the party, you’re busy running around getting everyone ready, trying to blow dry your hair, baking a dessert and begging your kids to put their coats on. Here are five activities to keep the little ones busy during holiday parties so that you can enjoy your holiday as well.
The holidays are such an exciting time to create new memories with your family, spend time with your loved ones, and eat lots of yummy food. If only it were that simple! A lot of prep goes on behind the scenes before your guests arrive, so we’ve gathered a few quick and easy tips to get your home ready for the holidays.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year… TO HOST! Holiday parties are happening every single day around us and the preparation they require is extensive and time-consuming. Your host or hostess has to make sure their home is clean, everything is decorated, and food arrangements have been made — which all require a lot of planning! Show your host or hostess your appreciation by giving them a thoughtful gift such as the ones below.
After a long day of working, running errands, cooking, cleaning, or looking after your kids, your body needs (and deserves) to unwind and destress. Our body is sacred and we must do everything in our power to take care of it – aka relaxing and restarting. You don’t necessarily have to spend money for a day at the salon or spa – here are some tips on how to create a space to pamper yourself from the comfort of your home.
We know that hosting for the holidays can be a bit stressful. Whether you’re hosting a party in your home or helping a friend or family member prepare for their gathering, there’s a lot of work to do. To minimize the stress that comes with cooking and feeding all of your guests, we have listed a few one-pan dinners that are easy, quick and require the minimum amount of dishes. Your guests are sure to love them!