Small changes can make a big difference when you're working toward healthier choices.
If you aren't doing well with 2013 fitness goals, don't worry.
Yes, it's possible to make smart dining out choices.
Food is often the highlight of parties, whether it's a dinner or a gathering with snacks.
Exercise or personal fitness is key in controlling your weight during the holidays.
During the holiday season, it's easy to pay less attention to what you eat and drink.
We're getting into the time of year when sweets - candy, cakes, cookies and pies - are very plentiful and often within close reach.
Test anxiety is one of the most common forms of stress that students face.
The Federal Trade Commission reports that an estimated 9 million people will become victims of identity theft this year.
If you love to sew as much as I do, then you'll agree that it's a great stress breaker.
The afternoons are prime times for "snack attacks."
Shopping trips, whether it's for back to school items or grocery, may require a little extra patience this time of year.
Whether your fruit and vegetables are from the store, farmers market or your personal garden, they have a much-needed place in your kitchen.
Your back-to-school budget is probably moving up your "to-do" list. Here are some budget tips from the University of Wisconsin Extension.
A sandwich can easily satisfy your appetite when you're busy and on the go. It's easy to add variety by mixing and matching different types of bread, mayo, mustard and other ingredients.
Need to trim some expenses from your food budget? Luckily, several simple ways can help you get more for your dollar.
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