Happy Valentine’s Day! Today is a time we often think about romantic relationships, whether you have one, whether that one is good, whether you want one, whether you don’t, etc. There are good reasons for all those decisions! Whether a romantic partner, friend, co-worker, family member, or an acquaintance you’d like to know better, creating and … Continue reading Couple health.
Weight loss truly does need to be a lifestyle change, or you will gain back all that weight you worked so hard to lose! Here, tips for making this a realistic lifestyle, from Fitness Magazine! https://www.fitnessmagazine.com/weight-loss/tips/party-weight-loss-tips/
Studies have shown that BMI (body mass index/height-to-weight ratio) is directly related to quality of life. The higher one’s BMI (so the more someone weighs), the lower the quality of life. Factors considered with this relate to physical, emotional, mental, and social wellbeing. Knowledge of the psychological risks associated with obesity can help individuals struggling … Continue reading Psychological concerns of obesity.
Alcohol is a common part of socialization, or to unwind at the end of a long day. Using any substance for coping has its risks to be considered, check out more info on that here. The weekend is here, and since alcohol may be a part of your routine, take some time to read about the … Continue reading Is alcohol right for you?
Going out to eat can be fun, delicious, and a nice way to socialize. The food is also prepared for you, which is a nice break! I always look for cleaner protein/veggie options with only one carb choice. I may share a meal, or choose an appetizer or side. In my town I know what … Continue reading Restaurant options.