One of the best parts of traveling happens to be all of the wonderful eateries just waiting to be discovered like a diamond in the rough! The Sherpa and I have
As the temperatures change and winter appears to be fast approaching, we must also embrace the dreaded cold and flu season. Although the physicians see billions
When learning to be active outside and exercise, the toughest part is always getting started. All that anyone really needs to do is just get going and the rest falls into place.
Healthy Living Tips Posted on September 22, About the author: “Mr. B”, AKA me, is the “first-husband” here at B&B. You can normally find me in the back with all the coding and technical aspects of managing multiple websites. Today, it appears that I get to work the “counter”. While I may not know a …
How to Avoid Hypothermia by Jenny on September 14, As the temperatures are dropping, I am reminded that we are fast approaching the cold winter months. So, we must dust off our bulky coats and start to gear up for a season of safe fun. Fluffy white snow and cold temperatures offer up an environment …
My Long Bike Ride Posted on May 1 This past Sunday I encountered my toughest bicycle ride to date. After meeting up with a couple friends, we geared up and rolled down the highway to our destination. We cruised to a local lake in which we traveled thirty-eight total miles. A couple of issues …
As the summer time temperatures rise, a cool dip in the pool is mesmerizing. The temperatures are reaching triple digits in the Midwest and people are swimming
Philip Wollen on world issues and how the western diet is crippling the world. Change will save the planet and lead to true health. No longer cool to look the other way and pretend everything is ok.
Studies show that regular exercise, including walking, reduces the symptoms of depression and improves fitness. Sort of seems like we were born to be mobile and range a bit by foot. Maybe the act of engaging mind and body together in a physical way is what makes us feel better and improves our attitudes.
Most of have been taught to use sunscreen so much that our vitamin D levels have fallen low. If you ask the question of why do I need to take vitamin D, keep reading.