Before beginning – what does philanthropy even mean? You might be thinking – can I even do it, could I make a difference? Philanthropy means giving of one’s self, donating time/money/energy to a charitable or good cause. Don’t let the big word or thoughts of high profile philanthropists, such as- Angelina Jolie or Warren Buffett for example, scare you away. Philanthropic gestures all count, big or small, and DO NOT require that you have a big name or reputation to be able to do it. It all starts somewhere and even a little bit can go a long way in making someone’s life better.
Find this step-by-step guide for low-calorie boneless buffalo wings at VeryWell.com
Even if it's not Super Bowl Sunday or March Madness, you can always find a football or basketball game on some TV station. Why am I suddenly a sports fanatic? Because watching sports is the number one excuse for eating boneless buffalo wings. Those crispy, spicy, juicy little nuggets are too tasty to resist, but be careful. Traditional BBWs have about 100 calories and 5 grams of fat per wing. Yup, they're pretty much always calorie bombs.
When was the last time you played a game? And no, I don’t mean watched a game. When did you last play a game? The point I am trying to make is that somewhere between childhood and now, we forgot how to play. Did you ever stop to think of why that is? When did you stop? For me, play probably faded in between adolescence and adulthood. With the demands of daily living and other adult responsibilities, I forgot what it was like to play without any fear of judgments. Let’s play a game! Who were you like at the age of 5? At the age of 10? How did you sit and run and laugh before you
Want to learn more about which foods to eat to keep your colon healthy? Read the article below from VeryWell.com
Although you may already be thinking about your dinner menu for the evening, you may not be considering the fact that everything you eat has an impact on your health. We are bombarded with hype saying what -- and what not to -- eat daily. Step away from the fancy pills and shakes intended to help your colon and consider the natural, and less expensive, regular food options.
We all know that fruits and vegetables are good for us, but most of us aren’t eating enough produce. Here are some tips on ways we can get more fruits and vegetables into our diets:
Healthy eating can feel like an extremely daunting and expensive task. There is a perception that to eat healthy you have to be able to shop at expensive natural foods grocery stores and buy the latest and greatest healthy inventions. Well, as a grad student living off of loans, this is definitely not possible for me. Both money and time feel non-existent.
Want to learn which fish are the best to eat to get your Omega-3s? Check out this article from VeryWell.com
Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Your Health
Omega-3 fatty acids are essential for brain and nervous system function, plus they're good for your heart because they decrease the risk of arrhythmias, lower triglyceride levels and blood pressure, and they help keep plaque from clogging your arteries.
The start of a new year prompts reflection and encourages fresh starts. Promises we have only thought about making, are now inspired to come to fruition. So we say things to ourselves like, “I am going to work out at least 3 times a week” or “This is the year I am going to really quit smoking” (or drinking, or overeating, or overspending). And so we start afresh, motivated and hopeful, certain that the changes we make will stick… and then something flips.
Want to know how group training compares to personal trainers? See this comparison from VeryWell.com on the two choices.
Let me whisper in your ear. If you’ve ever felt that groaning feeling when a friend grabs you by the arm to drag you to her spin class or found yourself staring at the exit sign in a hot yoga studio, you may be cut out for an entirely different kind of training.
Despite the popularity of group fitness, one-on-one personal training provides superior results and techniques for the large majority of exercisers.
With the 2017 just around the corner, many people are starting to think about their New Year’s resolution. The most common resolution is…you guessed it, to lose weight. In order to lose weight, countless people will gravitate towards fad dieting or radical exercise regimens that we all know will only last for a month if we’re lucky. When our only goal is to lose weight, we tend to fixate on the numbers in pounds instead of focusing on our health. Concentrating on our overall health can help us develop lifelong habits that we can actually maintain.