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Your Hard Working Feet Deserve Some Pampering The average healthy, active adult takes between 9,000 and 10,000 steps per day. Yet most of us never take the time to truly thank our feet for all they do. Imagine being crammed inside a pa ...
Aug 24 2007 6:53am
Relax at Work What if your employer loved you so much, she brought in a massage therapist to make sure your neck muscles didn't get too tight or your wrists too fatigued? It's a new trend in high-end benefits that ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
... our day! Here are some tips on how you can create peace for yourself while at work. 7 Keys ... more
Sep 09 2009 7:14am
How would you rate your work life balance?   Let's face it. We are living in pretty tough financial times right now. It can be easy to forget that only through a healthy work life balance can you truly reach higher levels of success in yo ...
Mar 11 2010 1:37pm
... idst of chaos/high pressured times is really hard, but so important for overall wellbeing. more
Mar 13 2010 6:27am
Eating Well on Campaigns! Well folks, campaign time is coming upon us and you might find yourself working or volunteering on one. Campaigns have long, hard hours and they are mostly tight on funds. That means that they will of ...
Jul 15 2007 10:01pm
5 Tips for Eating Better at Restaurants POPULAR CHEF "SECRETS"--like a stick of butter in your sauce--can sabotage a healthy diet, and are especially troublesome if you avoid animal products. So follow these new tips from the Center for S ...
Oct 19 2007 12:00pm
The last point (about bread) is sometimes easier said than done ... more
Mar 23 2009 8:23am
Things You Do to Sleep Better Lately, I've been having trouble sleeping, so I'm wondering if people have all-natural remedies that help them doze off more easily?
Aug 03 2007 10:42am
Hi Nirmala, Try a cup of hot camomile, catnip, anise or fennel tea. All contain natur ... more
Aug 25 2008 2:46pm
5 Tips For Safer Work Outs 1. Warm Up - Duh, you say, but you do it all the time, admit it! You get right to running, or dancing, or playing hockey without warming up. Five minutes of working up to a light sweat can save you ...
Jun 06 2007 10:09am
Yes, these are the most important aspects of working out; yet not done enough by me for on ... more
Oct 30 2007 7:47am
Eating Enzymes Some people might think playing racquetball, 4 - 5 times a week is too much for a 47-year-old woman. But, I take care of myself - eat healthy, live good and go to my chiropractor to work out the kink ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Massage After a Hard Workout After a race, massages are a great way to get rid of all that 'junk' that accumulates in the muscles and loosen the knots that are starting to form. I'd like to get massages after all my hard workout ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Eating Healthier At Work Although I’m lucky enough to have a work environment surrounded by nutritious food, even though the odd box of chocolates make their way in, many of us don’t. Employers often have the standard coffee ...
Jan 24 2007 11:08am