Avoid Seasonal Burnout: Tips for Staying Sane This Season

Avoid Seasonal Burnout: Tips for Staying Sane This Season It’s the most wonderful time of the year …until you’re stretched out the sofa, exhausted and overwhelmed from the hullabaloo, that is. Every year we tell ourselves we’re going to do less and spend more time basking in the real glow of family and friends, rather than attempting to string the perfect LED RGBs from every … Continue reading Avoid Seasonal Burnout: Tips for Staying Sane This Season

Eating Around Dietary Restrictions During the Holidays

When people think of the holidays, three things often come to mind: family, blessings, and food. For some, the holidays are an opportunity to relax and indulge in homemade meals, but for those with dietary restrictions, the holidays can create stress. Rather than showing up to a family gathering on an empty stomach, ready for not one but two loaded plates of everything on the … Continue reading Eating Around Dietary Restrictions During the Holidays

Christmas Fit List

Whether you’re visiting the gym for the first time or you have your own setup at home, it’s important to have the necessary equipment to get the results you want. Don’t have the necessary equipment or don’t even know where to begin? No problem. Here are some of the biggest fitness items that should be on your wish list this Christmas. 1. Dumbbells If you … Continue reading Christmas Fit List

A Basket Full of Eggs and Bunnies: Making Sense of Our Beloved Easter Traditions

Celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ, Easter is one of the most important Christian holidays, but in case you haven’t noticed, Easter is marketed with some not-so-biblical details. Where did the Easter Bunny dwell in Israel? And did we miss the part about the children of the bible hunting for pastel colored eggs? Well, the truth is, many of our Easter traditions are simply carried … Continue reading A Basket Full of Eggs and Bunnies: Making Sense of Our Beloved Easter Traditions