Category: Week 3

Summer De-Stress with S.E.L.F. Love

During the summer season, women experience an increase in stress as they continue to juggle their many demanding roles. Children out of school, summer camps, and summer school usually cause this stress increase. These numerous other demands are heaped on an already stressful life, and many women feel overbooked, overworked, and overwhelmed. Follow our summer…
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Peach Upside-Down Cake

It’s National Peach Month and peach season is slowly coming to an end. Make the most of this yummy season by trying a peachy twist on an American classic—goodbye, super sweet pineapple upside-down cake and hello, peach upside-down cake. Peaches can do miraculous things for your health—they have the fiber, potassium, and vitamin C that…
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Just “Beachy” Craft Ideas for Summer Fun!

There is nothing like a day at the beach with the smell of the fresh sea air and the sand between your toes. Many children collect seashells to hold on to their memories long after they have left the beach. But afterward, what should you do with the shells? Here are some children craft ideas…
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Vacations Help You Live Longer

If you don’t have vacation plans, you aren’t the only one. Millions of Americans skip their vacation opportunities, which could be an unhealthy decision. Research from experts shows that vacations prevent stress and are important for your wellbeing. Here are some vacation de-stress tips. Lost Holidays Millions of Americans don’t go on vacations for various…
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Get Your Kids to Fall In Love With Working Out!

Physical activity increases blood flow to the brain, feeding it with oxygen and learning-boosting nutrients like glucose. In a study, researchers found that 15-45 minutes of exercise before school reduces fidgeting among children by 50 percent. In another study, with different groups of students, the group that exercised the most did the best on tests.…
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Watch Out for Summer Hazards

Sunburn isn’t the only health risk to be wary of this summer. On warm, sunny days there are many dangers just lurking around the corner.  Here’s a list of summer hazards to be mindful of. 5 Safety Tips for Summer Hazards Picnic panic. Who knew that enjoying your aunt’s potato salad at the family picnic…
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Romantic Vacations for Two

Dr. Schwartz reports on Psychology Today that a “loving relationship is created by accumulating a memory bank of experiences that is both proof of compatibility and affection.” Travel provides quality time for a couple. During romantic vacations for two, couples can test their compatibility while dealing with travel-related conflicts and stress. However, before you start…
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3 Healthy Unicorn Drinks

The Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino caused quite a buzz when it first came up. This pink-and-blue swirl drink boosted Starbucks sells and gave thirsty fans a sugar high with its 59 grams of sugar. Now that this limited edition drink is no longer around, you can make your own healthy version of the Unicorn Frappuccino drink…
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Dangers at the Beach

Americans love the beach. From Venice Beach, California to Miami Beach, Florida, over 151 million visitors travel to America’s most popular beaches every year. Are you planning on visiting the beach this summer? This popular summer activity can be fun, but it also comes with some summer health hazards. Here are a few Mindful Beach…
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Fun Sidewalk Chalk Games

With televisions, computers, and video games, kids can spend their whole summer stuck indoors. If you want to get your kids outside more consider buying lots of colorful sidewalk chalk. There are so many fun games they can play with sidewalk chalk. Listed below are just a few creative ideas to help your kids get…
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