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7 Tips to Burn Calories for Thanksgiving

You don't have to make huge sacrifices to indulge in that Thanksgiving meal while also watching your waistline. The little things add up; and here are seven simple steps that will save you room, that you've earned, for more.

Running on Empty: Women and Stress

Published: 10/20/2011 by Emily Roberts MA, LPC in Wellness

Running on Empty: Women and Stress

Women today are more stressed out than ever before. With a full-time job, running a business, working out, raising a family, eating healthy, staying connected and trying to look good doing it all, it's hard to manage stress. Here, we tell you how.

Myths About Relieving Allergies

Last year was one of the worst allergy seasons on record, and this year allergy season is springing up early, already bringing the ‘wheezes and sneezes’ to people everywhere. With all the myths and misconceptions about relieving allergy symptoms...

3 Quick-and-Easy Steps to Juicing

Juicing not only cleanses the body, but it also provides the skin with much-needed nutrients to keep it glowing, firm and fresh. Want to start juicing but afraid to commit to something serious like the BluePrintCleanse?

Staying Sane and Slim this Turkey Day

Published: 11/23/2011 by Emily Roberts MA, LPC in General

Staying Sane and Slim this Turkey Day

Turkey, stuffing & pumpkin pie—oh my! Chances are that you have already thought about what’s going on your plate tomorrow. Here are some tips on staying sane and slim this Thanksgiving.

Choosing Happiness

For years, research has suggested that the happier and less stressed we are, the less likely we are to get sick, develop long-term health issues and lead more fulfilled lives. Read More >

How to Increase Your Self-Esteem with Self-Care

When you avoid things that make you feel mentally and physically well, you deplete your self-worth. Self-care is imperative in maintaining a healthy relationship with yourself and others. It produces positive feelings, which builds self-love.

New Non-Profit Provides Support for Older Moms

Published: 08/08/2013 by Ellen Decareau in Medical

New Non-Profit Provides Support for Older Moms

More women over 35 are becoming mothers for the first time yet most pregnancy resources are one-size-fits-all and filled with negativity when referring to this age group, which spurred new nonprofit The Advanced Maternal Age Project.

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