IN SEARCH OF HAPPY HAIR DAYS IN THE WINTER

IN SEARCH OF HAPPY HAIR DAYS IN THE WINTER by Kimberly Putens As if the cold, blustery weather of winter isn’t enough to make most of us want to crawl under our covers and not come out until spring, the havoc it wreaks on our hair is, well, hair-raising. Static electricity, moisture depletion, and not-so-nice […]

5 Good Reasons to Learn to Read Hands

By Peggie Arvidson 5 Good Reasons to Learn to Read Hands Palmistry can be used in many professions. It can also be useful in your personal life. Here are five good reasons to learn to read hands. Disclaimer: If you’re going to be reading people’s hands at work for any reason, make sure you have […]

Is it Really a Sign?

By Peggie Arvidson Is it Really a Sign? We all want a “sign” to tell us to take a job, leave a relationship or even invest in the stock market. The challenge of course is to figure out if what we’re getting is actually a sign or simply wishful thinking. According to Dr. Adrian Calabrese, […]

Start the Year on the Right Foot

By Ryan Unverzagt Start the Year on the Right Foot It’s time to start putting those New Year’s fitness resolutions to work again. If you were lucky enough to receive a “fitness gift” as I recommended in my last article, now is the perfect time to put it to good use. Did you know fifty […]

Are You Feeling the Wintertime Blues? Ten Easy Steps to Turn Them Around

by David Edelberg, M.D. Are You Feeling the Wintertime Blues? Ten Easy Steps to Turn Them Around If you live in a sunny place like Florida then you probably won’t know what I’m talking about. The wintertime blues, also known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), usually begin when the days start getting shorter and the […]

Scullery Secrets: Common Kitchen Items that Boost Your Beauty Routine

by Genevieve LeFranc Scullery Secrets: Common Kitchen Items that Boost Your Beauty Routine It’s January and more than a few of us are feeling completely spent from the holidays. Literally. The winter season is tough on our skin, hair and our wallets. After weeks of shopping and stacks of bills piling up, January is a […]

A Holiday Miracle 52 Years in the Making

By Peggie Arvidson A Holiday Miracle 52 years in the Making Holidays mean family in all their messy, human glory. Holidays don’t always go as planned but this year I’m able to revel in the magic of miracles that happen as we change our perspective on things. For years I thought if I bought enough […]

Fitball Knee Tuck

Fitball Knee Tuck By Ryan Unverzagt Welcome to the final edition of From the Trainer for the year 2017! The holiday season can be your worst nightmare concerning fitness. Excuses are easy to find, but the ten pounds you’ve gained over the previous month will be harder to lose. What’s the old saying: “An ounce […]

Working Out Thru the Winter

Working Out Thru the Winter by Nicole Flanagan With the cold weather rolling in and the days getting shorter it seems like we all have less time on our hands. With an already jam-packed schedule we tend to skip out on workouts (or stop exercising entirely) and by the time we get to the New […]

Bling It On!

By Kimberly Putens Bling It On! The look for the holidays is all about “bling”. It’s bling for the hair, on our nails and on our face. Shimmer, shimmer, shimmer is the mantra for the holiday season. But remember its shimmer, not glitter. There is a big difference. Shimmer is dewy and glowing. Glitter is […]