Reducing Holiday Stress: 7 Tips to Support Your Well-Being this Season

While the holiday season is portrayed with warmth and connecting with loved ones, it can also bring about stress, anxiety, and a wide range of other emotions. The pressures of social events, religious functions, travel, and family commitments can overwhelm even the most resilient individuals. Moreover, feelings of loneliness and isolation can exacerbate these challenges.

2023-12-04T20:37:30-06:00December 6, 2023|

Giving Our Seniors a Happy Christmas Season

The holiday season is traditionally a time to gather with family and friends, share meals, and exchange gifts. However, not everyone experiences holidays with the same level of joy and companionship. Seasonal holidays, especially Christmas, can be a lonely and isolated time for seniors. It’s important for all of us to recognize what may cause them to struggle during this time of year and how we can help.

2023-11-27T21:01:48-06:00November 29, 2023|

Daylight Savings Time Reminds Us of an Essential Home Safety Tip

Daylight savings time ends at 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, November 6, 2023. This event reminds us to reset our clocks (fall back 1 hour in the fall of the year). DST also reminds us to replace the batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) detectors in our homes. It's an important reminder because these detection devices can help save our property and lives but are useless without working batteries.

2023-10-26T12:53:39-05:00November 1, 2023|

Tricks to Make Halloween Treats Safer for Our Kids

Halloween is an exciting time for kids. They eagerly anticipate their costumes and the delicious treats they'll collect during their trick-or-treating activities. However, as parents, it's crucial to ensure that this fun-filled holiday remains safe for our “costumed wonders.” In this article, we'll share some tricks to help your children enjoy their Halloween treats while prioritizing their safety.

2023-10-30T10:06:53-05:00October 25, 2023|

How Better Nutrition Supports Academic and Athletic Performance

Emerging research and existing data continue to shed light on the crucial role of proper nutrition in supporting overall student well-being. Researchers are still working to prove the connection between nutrition and student performance. However, current studies strongly suggest that students with a balanced diet are more likely to achieve academically and athletically.

2023-10-05T14:53:58-05:00October 11, 2023|
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