Tag: healthy

Is Aging Really the Pits?

The answer is -NO! regardless of matter how many wrinkles, sags, chin hairs (even if they pop out of nowhere!!), the answer still is: NO! Aging for both men and women can be and should be embraced and welcomed as the natural path for life. We are a generation aptly named “Baby Boomers”. After all, we were named this since we are the result of the post-war spike in national birth rates. Our generation has seen a lot as we have aged and have been challenged! From removal of bunny ears from our tv sets, to handheld telephones, to the explosion of the internet- well, yes, wouldn’t you agree that our life experiences have proven to be thought-provoking and often, demanding and perplexing? Give yourself a pat on the back!

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Great Tips for Allergy Season

It’s almost that time of year for so many of us. Perhaps you suffer from seasonal allergies, need something in your home to help you along. Or maybe your family, grandchild or even friends who come over may need a little assistance in order to achieve clean air and good breathing. The biggest helper for those struggling to allergies has to be the air purifier. It can help make inhales and exhales easy-breezy! The portable appliance purges tons of irritants such as dust, pollen, and bacteria. Fewer sniffles and itchy throats aside, maintaining indoor air quality may help stave off respiratory conditions, heart disease, and even cancer long term!

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How to Fight Off Those Winter Blues!

Back by popular demand…

We all know the long, dark winter days can weigh on you physically and mentally. Just being inside can take its toll without even realizing it. Grandparents, grand friends, and parents, listen up… your health and well-being are ever so important, and we want you to take care of yourself. Here are some tips for staying on top of your health this winter!

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Lemon Ricotta Pancakes

We’re not sure about you, but lemons are a staple in our house. These pancakes are so light and fluffy that you’ll most likely want to make them over and over. If you like, you can substitute the lemons with any fruit you like.

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Fresh Off the Farm- Get Your Season On!

Ahhh, the smells and sights of summer- sunshine, an abundance of flowers, long days, beautiful nights, and all the delicious and incredibly nutritious fruits and vegetables that come alive! Now, you gotta admit- who doesn’t love this season of summertime?! The nutritious values found in what’s seasonal are ever so important to your health. For instance- you have heard “eat your greens!” Let’s get a quick reminder of just how important it is to ‘eat the rainbow’ to help you live a nutritious life! You probably know that you should eat colorful fruits and vegetables, but you may wonder why it’s so important and if doing so truly benefits your health.

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A Personal Checklist 5 simple key thoughts

We continue our theme, “Take care of YOU”…

Do the things you love more often
Let go of people or situations that drain you
Sometimes you need to get uncomfortable to get comfortable
Wherever your attention goes, your energy flows
If you change your mindset, you will change your life

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Take A Time Out… Ditch the Routine

4 Reasons Why Getaways Lift the Mind and Spirit
a special feature from Kay Ziplow & Leslie Zinberg , founders

Let’s not spend too much time here on the past; we all know it’s been a challenge. Now we are perhaps in a better frame of mind and wanting to stretch ourselves for some much needed time-out. How many times have you wanted to take some time for yourself, but thought it wasn’t possible? And how many times have you complained how exhausted you are, without doing anything about it?

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What’s IN and What’s OUT for Your Nutrition 2023

Nutrition can sometimes be as much of a fad as bell bottoms or 8-track tapes. Now that we have so much more of a developed society on health and wellness, we know for sure that certain things are really good for you no matter what age. For instance, remember the days when the portions of food were supersized, and you were told to eat everything on your plate? That’s out now- yes, you can eat everything on your plate, but at least watch the calories or fat count and know serving sizes are better if they are a fistful, not a basketball!

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