Category Archives: Health

How Hugs Can Help Your Health

Not too long ago, I attended FinCon. My attendance came at a tough time in my life. The good news is that I felt among friends — people I could truly trust. I was able to say things I haven’t been able to get off my chest for more than four months. And, best of… Continue Reading

Is “Active” Screentime Causing Problems in Your Kids?

When looking at technology, many of us are concerned about how screentime can affect us and our kids — especially our kids. Technology is rewiring our brains, and for kids, screentime, from surfing the Internet to playing video games, can have an even greater impact. After all, kids still have developing brains. In fact, the… Continue Reading

5 of the Best Free Workout Apps for Android and iOS

Technology provides with many conveniences and opportunities. It’s even possible to use your smart phone or tablet to monitor and improve your health. There are a number of apps out there that you can use to count calories and even track your heart rate. It’s even possible to use your phone or tablet as a… Continue Reading

9 Healthy Habits You Need to Have

One of the keys to stopping bad habits is to replace them with good habits. As you work to include healthier behaviors in your life, the bad habits will drop away. It won’t happen overnight, but if you make an effort, you can add the following 9 healthy habits to your life: 1. Get a Good… Continue Reading

How to Stop Your Bad Habits

We all find ourselves doing something that we wish we could stop. Bad habits can easily become parts of our lives, holding us back, or at least annoying us (and our loved ones). Whether it’s poor eating habits, smoking, or defaulting to watching TV all evening rather than devoting some time to family or to… Continue Reading

5 Tips for Dealing With Grief

It can be difficult to manage grief at times. We all deal with grief differently, and situations are often compounded by the fact that different griefs affect us in various ways. The grief felt at losing your aging grandmother might feel different than the grief associated with losing your young child. Grief experienced as the… Continue Reading

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