At work, you need to organize the office. You need to organize everyone else’s lives. You need to track clients, vendors, colleagues, employees, and even your boss. So it’s no wonder that once you get home, the last thing you want to do is organize your own home.
Rather than wasting money on meals obtained on the quick from restaurants or your favorite supermarket freezer case, you can save a great deal if you instead plan ahead and prepare healthier food.
Whether you need to use a wheelchair on a permanent basis to get around or are using a wheelchair temporarily while recovering from illness or injury, there are some changes you can make in your home to make it easier to get things done.
Are you struggling to remain active? Technology can help. Mobile apps can help us remain mindful and conscientious about our activities, exercise, and diet. If you want to improve your motivation, consider some of these popular apps. 1. MyFitnessPal (iTunes | Android) MyFitnessPal is the leading all-in-one health app, which includes support for fitness trackers, exercise tracking, and diet tracking. You […]
Working from home offers some fantastic benefits. Not only is it easier to maintain work/life balance, but it’s also makes your lifestyle far more flexible. Unfortunately, it does come with some challenges, too.
Working from home makes it more difficult to exercise, see friends and family, and generally stay healthy. Without any pressure to do otherwise, you might even find yourself never leaving the home at all.
Here are 8 tips for staying active and healthy even when working from home.
There are a lot of things in life that we have no control over. The weather, how other people behave, and gas prices are but a few. Another aspect of life we have no control over is our age. Try as you may to stop it, you are going to get older with each passing […]