It’s time to think more outside the box — and possibly inside the box — this year, particularly when it comes to wines that may not come in a traditional glass bottle. Alternative packaging, such as boxes and cans, now feature wines worth drinking.
Research has proven that certain strategies really do improve mood and reduce the risk for mental illness. Here are 10 relatively easy changes you can make that will have a big impact on your mental well-being in 2019.
New year, new you — right? But if you’re tempted to try teatoxing — or drinking teas that have been marketed for weight loss, detoxification and boosting energy, here are some things to note.
Your actions are something you can control, and if you start small, you may achieve your goal. Read other suggestions that will help you with your resolutions.
This year, resolve to do something other than obsess over your weight. From cutting down on food waste to cutting up the dance floor, here are 10 resolutions you can get excited to set.
Make sure your 2017 fitness resolution is one with which you stick.
The analysts at FindTheHome and FindTheCompany created a Healthy New Year’s Resolutions Index that uses the density of fitness centers, yoga studios and parks per 10,000 people and factors in how walkable a city is. See the top 20.
This New Year’s, resolve to maintain a healthy, lush chemical free lawn with helpful tips from Garden Editor Mike McGrath.
“A lot of people in the health and wellness industry have known this for a long time — that diets and resolutions to lose weight don’t work over for the vast majority of people,” says Michelle May, physician and author of “Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat.”
One reason your resolutions fail is because you present yourself with a large, usually impractical (if not impossible) change within a particular, unrealistic time frame.
Some resolutions might sound good in theory, but if you’ve failed to think them through, you might end up making your financial situation worse. Here are seven New Year’s resolutions you shouldn’t make in 2016 if you’re a millennial.
Whether it’s quitting a bad habit or building a healthy new one, check out these five apps to help you reach your goals.
As the days left in 2015 dwindle, many may be thinking of how to prepare for the year ahead. Should you make New Year’s resolutions, or will that lead to frustration if you’re unable to follow through?
WASHINGTON — So many people make New Year’s resolutions, and so many break them, too. Personal trainer Fairfax Hackley tells WTOP that a recent study found only 8 percent of people fulfill their fitness-related New…
Often, those resolutions fade away by, let\’s say, February. But if done right, they can be a prescription for success.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.