When you’re managing life with a newborn, Christmas can really sneak up on you. Take the holidays one step at time, be realistic about what you can accomplish, and learn how to manage all those loved ones who are eager to meet the newest member of your family.Read Full Story
The holidays... the best of times for having fun and yet potentially the worst of times when it comes to taking care of your body. Knowing that the average weight gain between Thanksgiving and New Year's is seven to 10 pounds (yikes!), the holidays are a set-up for six weeks of disordered eating behaviors that also take a toll on how you view your body. How will you keep up your self-care while also enjoying all of the fabulous festivities? It’s important to plan ahead to celebrate this favorite time of year. Here are some suggestions to help you not completely overindulge so that you can feel confident in your body while you rock your favorite holiday cocktail dress!Read Full Story
The holidays are near and your Xanax prescription might not be enough. Spending the next few weeks with your mother-in-law -- whose favorite activity is counting the calories you consume and telling you why her dogs deserve a room of their own -- may in fact drive you over the edge of sanity this year. Learn time-tested tips for surviving the holidays when it's all in the family.Read Full Story
The holidays are here, which means there is likely more to do than you have time for. Since you can’t clone yourself (yet) and Santa seems to have the monopoly on elves (how selfish), staying calm amid never-ending to-dos can be tough. Before you have a meltdown and vow to skip Christmas next season, it’s time to introduce some stay-calm strategies. We put together some of our easiest and most effective seasonal stress-busters to keep you calm this holiday season.Read Full Story
Ah, the holidays are here. Christmas trees are up, twinkling lights are on every corner, and people seem to smile more. If you’re madly in love, this is the best time for a relationship because it is undeniably romantic. I mean, even the reindeer were paired off (except of course for our man Rudolph — he wasn’t single for too long though, remember?). If you’re not in love, though, this time of year can often times put unnecessary pressure on a brand new relationship and stress you out if you’re single. Here are some of our tips for keeping your budding relationship on the nice list this season (and if you’re single, how to not end up tagged in 25 Facebook pictures making out with Santa after too many cocktails at your company party):Read Full Story
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