I think we can all agree that this winter has been nothing short of a doozy. The nation has been in a deep freeze for what seems like an eternity, and it’s left many with dry, damaged skin. Don’t worry; there’s hope. There are several things you can do to protect yourself from moisture theft in the harsh, cold and relentless winter months.
If your child attends a peanut- or nut-free school, packing lunches can be tough, but it is doable. Here are some healthy, nut-free school lunches that can be eaten cold and are a breeze to pack.
Why spend $8–10 on bottled juice when you can make your own at home? Save time, money, the environment and calories by shopping for your own fruits and veggies and making your own juices. Many bottled juices are very high in sugar and low in dietary fiber. When you create your own blends at home, you have the ability to tailor your juice to your own specific dietary needs and to control the amount of added sugar by using more vegetables than fruit. Here are four of the Savorfull team’s favorite healthy juice recipes.
If you’re not a regular Golden Bear, or if you don’t know who the Golden Bear is, then it’s time for you to start playing the great game of golf. Now, golf is not a cheap sport. It’s not like basketball where you can play with just a ball and a hoop; there’s a lot of necessary equipment needed to even begin to play golf. So if you’re tired of playing virtual golf on your Xbox, or if your boss invited you to play a round and you don’t want to embarrass yourself, the Zing Blog is here to advise you and offer you the best tips and advice for stepping into the world of golf.
I think it’s time we ditched our old makeup bags in favor of something fantastic yet functional, which puts our cosmetic collections front and center. Here’s a list to inspire you!
Maybe you’ve chosen to make 2014 the year you get serious about home security. If that’s the case, then you’ll want to familiarize yourself with the terrific selection of home security gadgets and apps currently available; there’s something to fit every budget and every living situation, whether you own your home or you rent. Here are some ideas to get you started.
What makes someone willingly give up solid food for a number of days? Is it a desire to lose weight? To reset some bad eating habits and start anew? Just to see if you can do it? For me… it was all of the above. Check out the things I learned from participating in a juice cleanse.
There’s a stereotype when it comes to yoga: It’s a trendy fitness fad for the young who can contort their bodies with relative ease. While yoga is gaining popularity in America, it’s not just for the young. Yoga is good for people of all ages and fitness levels, including seniors.
Fitting in a good daily workout can be hard for those who work 40+ hours a week; couple that with sitting at a desk all day and we’ve got a problem on our hands. Here are a few ways to get a small workout in at work.
According to a recent study by Dashlane, a password management application, not all online companies have the same commitment to ensuring their clients create rock-solid passwords.