September 15, 2020
Exploring The Beautiful Mountains Of New Hampshire
The brisk air, breath-taking views, and good times! Hiking is an awesome activity to do this fall, especially when physically distancing due to the Coronavirus. Hiking is a great way to get exercise without having to be at the gym or going for a run on the road. It’s also a way to break a sweat without breaking the bank! A short 2-hour drive can bring you right to hundreds of free trails in northern New Hampshire.
Here are some great trails,... Read More
May 12, 2020
Random Acts Of Kindness To Help Us Through
These unprecedented times are scary, there’s no doubt about it. With no definite end date to COVID-19, it can be hard to stay positive. Along with all the sad and frightening news, there are communities, families, and friends coming together to bring some joy and happiness to the world. Big or small, any act of kindness goes a long way especially in times like these. Here are some random acts of kindness currently happening today that will be sure to... Read More
April 28, 2020
Make This Recipe Using Only Pantry Staples!
If you have been to the grocery store at all during COVID-19, you have seen empty shelves, sold out produce, and zero toilet paper. This can be alarming at first if you think you don’t have enough to make a proper meal, but do not worry! Here is an easy prep-ahead meal that you can make enough of to last you a week – and it’s all from stuff in your dry pantry.
Spicy three-bean pantry chili is an easy, delicious and healthy meal to make for your... Read More
April 22, 2020
Feel-Good Stories From Around The Globe
If you turn on your TV, search the internet, or open any social media – chances are you are interrupted with many negative news stories that are only highlighting the bad things going on in the world. Yes, it is important to be informed of all the consequences arising from COVID-19, but it is also very detrimental to our mental health and well-being if that is all we are hearing. Though it may be hard to find the silver-lining in the world's current... Read More
April 6, 2020
Turn Any Room In Your House Into A Workout Space
The current state of the world can cause stress, anxiety and fear. One way to combat those feelings is to take time for yourself. For many people, working out is a huge part self-care.
Gyms, fitness clubs, and workout studios are considered non-essential, here in New Hampshire, so that means they closed their doors a couple of weeks ago. This might change your exercise routine, but there is still lots you can do at home.
Here are some awesome... Read More
April 2, 2020
Good Things Are Still Happening
The Coronavirus is affecting the entire world right now. Restaurants are closed, friends and family cannot get together, and everyday life feels so far from normal.
It can be hard to maintain a positive attitude during stressful situations. It's okay to be feeling however you are feeling, but one way to improve your mood is exposing yourself to uplifting moments of kindness or laughter. Things like this are happening all over the world:
In Barcelona, every night... Read More
March 24, 2020
Hearty, Healthy Breakfast In The Blink Of An Eye
The month of March is all about making things simple, so why not simplify your first meal of the day! Oatmeal is a wonderful breakfast choice that is sure to keep you full until lunch time. The best thing about it is it can be made in less than 3 minutes via the microwave. If you have more time, it can also be made on the stove top. Oats contain soluble fiber, which takes your body more time to digest, keeping you fuller for longer!
Here are some... Read More
March 5, 2020
Weekly Key Messages
Every year during the month of March, The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics puts on their annual campaign, National Nutrition Month. Past themes have included, Eat a balanced diet every day, Choose good nutrition for today and tomorrow, and Enjoy the taste of eating right. This year’s theme is Eat Right, Bite by Bite. This theme puts emphasis on the fact that proper nutrition does not have to be complex. It also does not mean restriction. Small, practical changes are what... Read More
March 3, 2020
Your Health Insurance Doesn't Cover Your Prescription, Now What?
Without health insurance, prescription medications can be hundreds even thousands of dollars. This medication can be vital to your health and wellbeing, yet it may be too expensive for you to afford right now, so what should you do? There are a few different ways a situation like this can be handled:
Contact your doctor and request an “exception.” Your doctor is able to connect with your insurance company and request that they... Read More
February 26, 2020
Burrito Spaghetti Squash Boats
Winter brings cold, gloomy weather. Warm up with these delicious burrito spaghetti squash boats! Squash is not only delicious, but it provides a healthy amount of vitamin A, fiber, and folate! This recipe brings all the comfort that a big pasta meal would bring, but it leaves you feeling more energized and filled with nutrients. Even better, a medium sized spaghetti squash only costs around $2.00, making it budget friendly! This recipe takes both pasta and... Read More