Easily Distracted or Something More? Warning Signs of Adult ADHD

Have you ever been caught not paying attention? It’s easy to laugh off, but how do you know that those moments of distraction or being unable to concentrate are normal and not a sign of something else?

Chocolate and Mosquitoes: What Makes Family Traditions So Special

This is camping with kids, folks. Now that my brood is older it’s actually a lot of fun, but there were times when I thought to myself “Why are we doing this? We have a perfectly good house to sleep in!”

Care, Compassion, and Support: Being There for Parents With Chronic Illnesses

One of the most difficult times in any child’s life is facing the reality that a parent has a chronic illness. As parents, it is not only ourselves who have to face these challenges, but also our own children.

A Foolproof Morning Routine for Relaxation, Energy, and Focus

If you’re like most people, your weekday mornings are a whirlwind of blaring alarms and rushing around. If you want to take the stress out of your mornings and start your days relaxed and energized, try working some of these tips into your routine.

8 Ways to Kick Seasonal Affective Disorder’s Butt

Seasonal Affective Disorder is a type of depression many people suffer from during the winter months. It’s classified as a common disorder in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual. Luckily, it’s also very treatable.

What Gym? 7 Quick and Easy Exercises You Can Do Anywhere

One of the biggest reasons so many people fail to reach their fitness goals is inconsistency. Life can be hectic, which is why choosing exercises that don’t take up a lot of time can help you to work out when you’re busy.

Go Flexitarian: 5 Ways to Eat Less Meat Without Going Full Veg

Reducing your meat intake is good for your health and good for your wallet. If you can’t stand the idea of never taking a bite out of a burger there are plenty of ways you can eat less meat without swearing it off.