Skin Care Secrets for the Winter Season

Skin care secrets for the Winter seasonHealthy on the inside, fit on the outside, but what about wrapping it all in glowing skin? Take steps this winter to live well in your own skin and protect against the elements.

1. Keep Your Sunblock Handy

The sun can still be strong and do harm during the winter months, so it’s important to take the necessary precautions, both when you’re participating in winter sports, and to help avoid effects of the sun every day.

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Making Time for Yourself at the Holidays

woman with a dog in the snow

While full of joy, the holidays can also be a tough time to live well and manage stress. If it’s hard to find time to take care of yourself this season, try adjusting your approach.

It’s a common occurrence: many of us feel heightened stress during the holidays. The season that is supposed to be filled with happiness can easily turn sour if you don’t put your own needs somewhere among your priorities. Especially if you get to the point of putting your health, or finances, or pleasant relationships at risk.

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Stay-Healthy Tips for Busy People

salad, water bottle, food journalMany of us are just too busy to overhaul our diet and exercise routine in order to live well. That’s okay! Use these tips to stay healthy. One simple tweak can do the trick!

In fact, it’s possible for relatively small changes to have an even clearer impact on your weight, health, and fitness than changing around your entire workout regimen and/or diet. Consider picking one suggestion below and commit to it for a month. We suspect you’ll be glad you did.

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Belly Fat Busters: Lifestyle Fixes for Your Waistline

woman measuring her waistlineEven if you exercise regularly, your waist circumference (belly size) can be a health risk. live well with these lifestyle fixes to help get rid of excess fat around your waistline.

As a fitness goal, losing belly fat brings big benefits, and it’s not just about how you look—a smaller midsection can help you stay healthier, because extra fat in the abdominal area is linked to diseases like type 2 diabetes and heart disease.

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