How to Start Working Out If You’ve Never Exercised Before

By Alexa Tucker and Christa Sgobba If you want to make movement a regular part of your day, you have many exercise options. But you may be unsure about how to start working out if you’ve never really exercised regularly before. Whether you’re looking to run, ride a bike, lift weights, or do yoga, just thinking about how to …

Cabins near Santa Barbara: weekend getaways in 2020

It’s never too early to start planning coastal Santa Barbara weekend getaways. After arriving at your luxury accommodation by the beach, all of your worries and woes will be washed away faster than you can say “Surf’s up!” Grab your sunblock, a plush beach towel, and throw in an assortment of cheese, crackers, and mixed …

Springtime Self-Care: Bask in the Sun With These Tips

The long, cold nights of winter have finally left, and the promise of the sun shining brightly is here. Springtime signals the beautiful start of the growing season when flowers blossom and leaves grow. This season is long-awaited and for good reason as it is such a beautiful time of the year, but while there …

Top 10 Daily Habits for Beautiful, Healthy Skin

Many people spend a fortune on cosmetics and skin care products hoping to achieve a good complexion. What they fail to realize, however, is that healthy and beautiful skin begins with a good skincare routine. A study on the evolving role of skincare revealed this fact. In the research it was found that one’s daily …

Travel to the End of the World: The Best of Breathtaking Patagonia

by: Molly Krifka What does it mean to travel to the end of the world? Surely the imagery that comes to mind paints an extreme landscape, where human civilization takes a backseat. This is what it means to travel to Patagonia. Straddling the southernmost regions of Argentina and Chile, Patagonia’s geographic area covers just about 400,000 square miles and …

6 Myths About Intuitive Eating—And What It Can Actually Do for You

No, it’s not only about eating when you’re hungry and stopping when you’re full. By Christy Harrison, M.P.H., R.D., C.D.N. Intuitive eating (I.E.) has gotten a lot of media (and social media!) attention over the past few years, and last month registered dietitians Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch released a new, 25th-anniversary edition of their foundational book Intuitive Eating. At a …