Rev up your Spring Makeup Routine

| By Marcella Imbesi | Spring is here and everything is coming up roses! Even though we are lucky enough to reside in the sunshine state, I’d say we had our fair share of chilly mornings and downright cold evenings these past few months. Our Floridian version of winter has most of us dreaming about tan lines, sparkling pools and 8:30 p.m. sunsets. All it … Continue reading Rev up your Spring Makeup Routine

Ain’t No Party Like a Salad Jar Party! Here’s How to Throw One

| By Laurel Moll | Want to throw a party that no one will regret the next day? How about a Salad Jar Party?! It’s a fun, inexpensive way to encourage healthy meals while saving yourself time and money. Spring is a perfect time to host, so send out a Facebook invite and let the green times roll! Party Planning Plan to have at least … Continue reading Ain’t No Party Like a Salad Jar Party! Here’s How to Throw One

Savasana: The Most Difficult Yoga Posture

| By Penny Amman | When I started practicing yoga years ago, I loved everything about yoga — except Savasana (aka final relaxation). I just had this great practice and my body felt open and happy. So why did I have to lay down at the end and find stillness?   I had fifty-million things to do when I got out of class and lying … Continue reading Savasana: The Most Difficult Yoga Posture

Uncommon Uses for Ice Cube Trays

Ice is an interesting subject for contemplation. They told me that they had some in the ice-houses at Fresh Pond five years old which was as good as ever. Why is it that a bucket of water soon becomes putrid, but frozen remains sweet forever? It is commonly said that this is the difference between the affections and the intellect. —Henry David Thoreau | By … Continue reading Uncommon Uses for Ice Cube Trays