How to Keep that Healthy Spark in Your Relationship


Relationships are a part of life. We need that companionship. When you find that one person that makes everything seem right, the world is a good place. However, over time, relationships can go through the course of becoming routine. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing but it’s in these times that you can see where you may not be as close to the other person as you once were. You m ay not do as much together or take time to talk the way you use to.

We need relationships in our lives. However, these relationships must be healthy and beneficial to our life. Keeping your marriage or dating relationship healthy is essential to the overall life of the relationship. So how do you keep that relationship healthy and thriving? The answer is actually easier then you think. All it takes is some time, dedication and a… Continue reading

Saving for Retirement – It’s Never Too Late

If you’ve been keeping an eye on the news, chances are you’ve seen the struggles that the Social Security Administration is under. 30 or 40 years ago, social security was seen as something to look forward to. It would a way to supplement your income when you’re at the age where you cannot work anymore. It was a safety net for those getting older.

Today however, social security has seen cut back. The age at which a person can receive full social security benefits keeps rising. Many people question whether or not there will be any social security funds let by the time they reach retirement age. This is a common fear amongst those currently in their 30’s and 40’s.

This is why there is a strong need to have a backup plan in place when it comes to retirement and your savings. It will take more than social… Continue reading

Healthy Relationships Equal Open Communication


As human beings, we crave companionship. Whether it is with a friend, a family member or a significant other, relationships are important to the overall health of our life. Imagine a world where relationships didn’t exist. What a drab and boring world that would be.

Relationships are a constant work in progress. Like a plant, they need constant nurturing in order to grow and develop properly. One way to feed that relationship is with “open communication”. In relationships you are dealing with different personalities as well as different attitudes and opinions. Without open communication, the relationship can quickly shift in the wrong direction before you know it.

When a relationship goes wrong, it can quickly causes enormous amounts of stress on your body which can cause a lot of mental and physical anguish. Relieve your body and life from this potential stressor by ensuring you have effective… Continue reading

Taking Time to Free Your Mind


Each and every day we find ourselves constantly on the go. This seems to happen from the time our feet hit the ground in the morning until we put them back to bed at night. Today more than ever, life is fast paced. We seem to be everywhere and nowhere all at the same time.

If you’re working then you know the chaos that can quickly ensue at your job. One minute everything will seem calm and normal and then out of nowhere the bottom falls out and you are running around like a chicken with your head cut off. Then it’s home to the family where dinner has to be prepared, the kids need help with their homework, the house needs some work done and then when that is all done, then you can finally go to bed. This could happen at 9 p.m. or 3… Continue reading

Preparing to Become a Runner



Staying physically fit is important to your overall health and well-being. For many, running is great way to not only stay physically fit but to also give your cardiovascular system a boost. If you’ve never been a runner, you can’t simply jump into it. Doing so can literally send your body into shock and can be detrimental and even fatal.

The first step is to check with your doctor to make sure that you are physically able to begin a running and workout regimen. In order to become a runner, you have to take baby steps and work your way up. This means you are going to have to slowly train your body, heart and lungs to adapt to running. For many this may mean walking at first. You can start out on a slow walk for 30 minutes a day or set yourself up on… Continue reading

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