Local professional counselor shares top ways to manage stress in your everyday life
Dr. Shana D. Lewis says, “we cannot serve from an empty cup! Too many of us - women especially - are operating without sufficient selfcare or wellness. We must learn that the cup is for you and the saucer is for them.”
4 easy ways to eat healthier in 2021 according to a registered dietitian
Syn, is a nationally recognized nutrition expert and founder of Nutrition by Mia, a popular online wellness website. Nutrition by Mia (Nutrition by Mia)These are Syn’s recommendations and recipes:1. Go plant-based once a week for your health and wallet with Mexican-Stuffed Bell Peppers. Place bell peppers cut side-up in a baking dish and brush with a neutral high heat cooking oil. Place apples cut side down on a cutting board and slice crosswise.
Hot yoga 101: Everything to know, bring, prepare yourself for -- before your first class
Regardless of whether you’re trying to tone your muscles, shed a few pounds before bathing suit season, get stronger or healthier overall or increase your flexibility, most doctors and health experts would likely agree: yoga is truly an incredible workout.
Want to look better on your next Zoom call? Skin spa helps make sense of all the options out there
Speaking of those devices, the experts from the Institute of Anti-Aging Medicine and Skin Spa want to know: When you look at yourself in the computer, what do you see? There might be an easy procedure that could restore your face to a more youthful look, as well, according to the skin spa. Here are some of the functions, the experts at the Institute of Anti-Aging Medicine and Skin Spa said:Botox: Softens lines and wrinkles in your forehead, frown lines and crow’s feet. Physically, some people might be developing lines in the neck from staring at their phones or computers all day. There are some ways to prevent this -- or fix the problem, if you’re experiencing it already, the skin spa said.
Even in the midst of a pandemic, we see the best in humanity
But it’s in these city and neighborhood groups where you might have noticed community members leaning on each other, so to speak. Maybe the note on community groups got you thinking of some good you’ve seen around town. Maybe you know of a friend -- or a friend of a friend -- spreading cheer or making masks or a beautiful grandparent-grandchild reunion that brought tears to your eyes. Perhaps you fixed up your house all spring and you think more people should see. Do you know of businesses, groups or individuals doing a little extra to help others?