Take Time to Relax Today

Good news! Today is the best, yet least-known holiday of the year – it’s National Relaxation Day. Yes, that’s a thing. This sacred day is a time to remind us to slow down and take a little break from our fast paced, busy schedules. Some people...

Becoming a More Courteous Cell Phone User

 July is National Cell Phone Courtesy Month, which means there are enough people in this country who don’t understand basic cell phone etiquette, that there needs to be an entire month devoted to raising awareness and trying to change behaviors.   National Cell Phone Courtesy Month was...

Here’s Why You Should Adopt a Cat This Month

  June is a great month. The first day of summer started this week, we celebrate Father’s Day, my birthday, but best of all, it’s also Adopt-a-Cat Month, or, as some other organizations call it, Adopt-a-Shelter-Cat Month! There are millions of adorable cats – young and older...

How To Adjust Your Skincare Routine for Summer

The official start to summer is just around the corner, which means it’s time to change up your skincare routine! Our skincare needs change with the seasons, so I’ve searched the web to find some of the best recommendations from dermatologists and skincare experts for...

6 Ways to Lower Your Blood Pressure Now

May is National High Blood Pressure Education Month, and it’s an important one to pay attention to, because roughly 70 million American adults have high blood pressure – that’s one in every three adults! And what’s more troubling is that only about half of those...

National Honesty Day is Right Around the Corner

Did you know that Honesty Day existed? Me neither. However, it’s celebrated on April 30 each year in the U.S. to “encourage honesty in the workplace and the marketplace and to honor the honorable.” Invented by a guy named M. Hirsh Goldberg, it is celebrated...

6 Natural Ways to Alleviate Symptoms of IBS

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a common disorder that affects the large intestine – aka your colon – and 9% - 23% percent of people worldwide, and between 25-45 million people of all ages in the U.S. alone, have it. Symptoms include cramping, abdominal pain,...

5 Reasons You Should Be Walking More

Friday, April 1, was National Walk to Work Day (I know, there’s a day for everything), and with the weather starting to feel like spring (most days), it’s the perfect time to remind you about all the benefits of walking. Unless you live in a...