Aging mother with daughter

Your Parents

How to handle when they start aging

Life really does come full circle. As babies, we are totally dependent on our parents. Before long, we pull away and seek our own independence. For whatever reason, between ages 13 and 20, our parents seem to go through a significant decline in knowledge about life (or so we think). As some attribute to Mark Twain musing about his dad, “But when I got to be twenty-one, I was astonished at how much he had learned in seven years.” Then, we often get closer to our parents as we start our families.


Working Toward a Safer Fitness

Find out how you can embrace the lifestyle

These commitments often focus on the want to better our minds, bodies and overall well-being.


You should get 7-9 hours of sleep a night, but most of us don’t. Why? Between work and family life, sleep is low on the priority list.

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Eat Well. Live Well.

Dieting does a body good and bad

The methods of dieting can vary, but the goals are almost always the same—feel better and lose weight. But whatever the goals may be, some effects of dieting on the body are immediate, and others show up over time. Some are positive, and some are negative.


“The ability to be in the present moment is a major component of mental wellness.”

Abraham Maslow

“Wellness is not a ‘medical fix’ but a way of living — a lifestyle sensitive and responsive to all the dimensions of body, mind, and spirit, an approach to life we each design to achieve our highest potential for well-being now and forever.”

Greg Anderson