Author Archives: Matt

What Activities Offer The Most/Least Covid-19 Risk?

What Activities Offer The Most/Least Covid-19 Risk?

It’s understandable that plenty of folks are still concerned about contracting the coronavirus by going to stores and restaurants. But how risky is it really for all of us to start resuming our normal lives? Well, according to a survey of four public health experts by MLive in Michigan, some activities are definitely more risky…Read more »

Signs Your Marriage Is Built To Last

Signs Your Marriage Is Built To Last

Most couples who tie the knot feel like their marriage is going to be happy and that they’ll be together for the long-haul. But divorce stats show that plenty of them don’t make it. So what makes for a happy marriage? These are some predictors your relationship is blissful and is on the right track…Read more »

Tips For Group Gatherings Post-Coronavirus Lock-down

Tips For Group Gatherings Post-Coronavirus Lock-down

With many states starting to ease their Coronavirus lock-downs, lots of folks are looking forward to getting together with friends and family once again. Unfortunately, we still need to take precautions when gathering with other people, and experts are offering some tips on how to start socializing again, while still staying safe. Here are a…Read more »

The Most Iconic Fashion Statement Of All Time Is….

The Most Iconic Fashion Statement Of All Time Is….

When it comes to fashion, things go in and out of style all the time, but there are some fashion statements that are simply timeless, and now a new survey reveals the most iconic ones of all times. A new poll found that: 40% of folks feel that today’s fashion styles rely mostly on old…Read more »

Why Vacations Are More Important Than Ever Before

Why Vacations Are More Important Than Ever Before

Americans are planning to take less summer vacation this year, which is not so great for their mental health or for their employers. Taking a vacation has lots of benefits, in fact numerous studies have shown workers to be much more productive, creative, and produce better quality work when they DO take a break.  But if…Read more »

Daily Habits To Help You Look & Feel Your Best

Daily Habits To Help You Look & Feel Your Best

Feel like you want to be healthy, but don’t have the time it takes to get there? Luckily, there are lots of tiny tweaks we can make to our routines that will build a healthy lifestyle that’ll last. Adding these simple habits can help you look and feel healthier. Source: Real Simple Find small ways to…Read more »

How Do You De-stress?

How Do You De-stress?

It’s safe to say that a lot of us have been feeling a lot of extra stress lately, and folks have found all sorts of ways to deal. A new survey finds that 50% of folks say getting out in nature is one of the best things they do to de-stress and help their mental health. Other…Read more »

The Best & Worst Sleep Positions For Avoiding Wrinkles

The Best & Worst Sleep Positions For Avoiding Wrinkles

More than 60% of Americans are having sleep problems due to COVID19 and with all the added stress each day it makes one thing even worse…wrinkles. Did you know that the position you sleep in could be the reason you wake up looking puffy or droopy-eyed? Along with removing makeup before bed and getting your eight…Read more »

How Are People Coping With Stress & Anxiety?

How Are People Coping With Stress & Anxiety?

There’s no doubt this whole COVID-19 crisis hasn’t been easy for anyone, really. But how we’re all coping? Some are finding interesting ways to deal with the stress – and good thing as three-quarters of Americans say the COVID-19 crisis has increased their stress and anxiety. So, what are they doing to relieve that stress?…Read more »

How To Get Kids To Keep Their Face Masks On

How To Get Kids To Keep Their Face Masks On

We understand that the CDC recommends wearing cloth face masks in public to help slow the spread of coronavirus, but do kids care? Not so much. The Academy of Pediatrics advises children over two should also wear masks when they’re outside the home, but actually getting your toddler or first-grader to keep a face mask on isn’t always easy.…Read more »