By Jen Lothspeich
By Jen Lothspeich
By Erica Moe
Our palates enjoy exploring new and delicious delicacies that are a mix of different cuisines and cultures. The mouth-watering creations come from the fusion of two (or more) foods that may not have been paired together previously. The end result is better than the two separately. It may be that your workout routine could use some new pairings, as well. Take it to the next level, and feed your body with fitness fusion!
By Sari Reis
Contrary to popular belief, dogs do not exercise themselves in the backyard. They may chase the odd rabbit, squirrel or lizard, but that does not constitute sufficient exercise for benefits. Also, turning your dog into a week-end warrior by taking him on a five-mile trail walk or hours at dog beach on the weekend does not replace walking him daily during the week.
By Jess Winans
Michael Jordan has his own shoe, Maria Sharapova has a premium line of gummy candies and if you’re a Splash team member of the San Diego Senior Women’s Basketball Association (SWBA), you have Miracle Whip.
Splash is an SWBA team for players over 80 years old that has been featured by ESPN, NBC, The Huffington Post, Yahoo News and endorsed by Miracle Whip — an endorsement which they said “comes with a side of potato salad” on their Facebook page.
By Erica Moe | Get Fit
What if I told you the secret to a creating a habit is doing less instead of more? You want to exercise on a daily basis? Carving an extra 90 minutes out of your day to create that new healthy behavior can feel like climbing Mt. Everest. Want to know the secret? Dr. B.J. Fogg is sharing his habit hack, called Tiny Habits. This just may be the easiest thing you do all week. Here is the secret to create a change in your habits:
By Sari Reis Recently, when I was returning a house key to a client, he mentioned he was moving to Santa Fe, New Mexico. He said he was planning on driving out there with his cats and asked if I had any advice for the road trip. I told him I had driven with my […]
By Joyell Nevins
That is the sound most often made by visitors to the Kitten Nursery at the San Diego Humane Society in Mission Valley. The nursery, dedicated to the care of kittens under four weeks old, was the first of its kind in the country when it opened in 2009. And it’s still going strong. In June, the nursery accepted its 10,000th kitten, named Nova by a city-wide naming contest.
The nursery originally opened in response to the large amount of young kittens being euthanized locally. Much of its initial funding came from a grant from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
By Erica Moe | Get Fit You’re sweating, you’re sore, and you’re short of breath. But is it enough? Is the effort you exert enough to condition your heart and lungs? Is it enough to maximize the calorie burn? If intensity is too low, your heart and lungs may not get conditioned, and you may not […]
By Sari Reis Are you thinking about adding a potbellied pig to your household? If so, you are not alone. A lot of people, including many celebrities, have chosen to bring these adorable, intelligent animals into their homes as pets. And why not? Contrary to popular belief, they do not sweat, do not smell and […]
By Ron Stern | Global Gumshoe Madrid is a city of passion! Locals, known as madrileños, are ardent about their history, culture and perhaps most of all, their food. From tapas to tomatoes to treats, they love it all and are eager to share their love with visitors looking for a sensory culinary taste explosion. […]