These feet are made for walking…this week, count your steps every day. A healthy person takes 10,000 steps per day…yes thats a lot. Take the stairs, walk to the mailbox, get up every hour and walk down the hall. Do
Its not a secret that staying healthy can be expensive.
Earlier this week, I (finally) went to see a new doctor. I needed to get my annual physical, which I hadn’t done since moving to a new city a little over a year ago. Not that I hadn’t been taking care of myself lately. In fact, I’ve probably focused on my health and well-being more than ever in the last year. (That’s saying a lot, considering I’m a health and wellness writer, a certified health coach, and I consider self-development books "pleasure reading.") But I was still feeling frustrated about some lingering health issues that hadn’t disappeared, despite my best efforts.
35 TRAVEL HACKS THAT’LL MAKE YOUR NEXT VACAY THE HEALTHIEST ONE YET
Once upon a time, jetsetting was a stress-free, downright luxe experience (read: no security, baggage restrictions, or 3.4 ounce maximums to cramp your style). But nowadays, it takes a little—okay, a lot of extra effort to keep your wellness game strong whilst navigating your travel itinerary. From celeb-approved mile-high hacks to flight attendant-approved must-dos to quick meditation rituals that’ll soothe your pre-flight jitters, healthy adventuring requires pulling out all the stops.
Almond milk isn't anything new, but its emergence into recipes and cafes near you has made almond milk a buzz word in health circles. What we do know is that almond milk is lactose-, soy-, and dairy-free, so it's a great alternative for vegans, anyone allergic to soy and dairy, and the lactose-intolerant. But while you sip on your turmeric latte with almond milk, do you really know why you've made the switch (intolerances aside) and if it's even necessary?