New Year’s resolutions are meant to inspire you to do better, feel better, and be better… so why do they often make you feel worse? IIN Certified Holistic Health Coach Holly Krack of Nourish Me Daily recommends shifting the conversation surrounding New Year’s resolutions to one that makes you feel truly motivated and inspired, rather ...
Between Thanksgiving and the end of the year it’s hard enough to find time to do laundry—let alone fit in a workout.
Want to minimize your carbon footprint in 2017? You don’t have to wait until January 1—set the tone early by throwing an eco-friendly New Year’s Eve celebration!
The holidays are upon us, which means it’s time to bring on the baking, shopping, Mariah Carey carols, and the decorations. But your tree doesn’t have to be the only thing that lights up a room. With these five all-natural cosmetics you can also get glowing—all formulated without chemicals or parabens, or other potential irritants.
If cutting back on the plastic wasn’t one of your New Year’s resolutions, you may want to add it to the list now. Here’s why it’s important—and how to do it in five easy ways.
Every year, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) chooses a topic—relating to the human diet—to highlight all year long. For instance, 2015 was the “Year of Soils,” which brought awareness to the importance of biodiverse and nutrient-rich soils to a healthy and productive global food system.
It’s that time of year again. Starting tomorrow, gyms everywhere will be packed to the brims, health food stores will be selling out of kale (pro tip: try seaweed instead!), and social media will be flooded with pledges to run more, eat less, and be happier in 2016.
There’s something magical about the start of a new year. Somehow, the first day of 2016 feels nothing like the last day of 2015. With 12 months of possibilities stretched out in front of you, it seems like anything is possible. That’s where New Year’s resolutions come in. What better way to plan for a ...
The few hours that span the end of one year and the beginning of the next seem magical: Full of wistful nostalgia for the past and excited potential for what the future may bring.
A whopping 8 percent of all people actually achieve their New Year’s resolutions each year. There’s a reason for this—and there’s a foolproof way to actually win in 2016.
What exactly is “wassail?” Legend has it that the tradition started when a maiden toasted a Saxon prince with a bowl of wine and the words “waes hael,” an Anglo-Saxon phrase meaning “good health.”
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