Happy National Walking Day!

Most Americans didn't get the recommended exercise or movement they should have in 2020, and that's not a good thing! If you struggle to get to be more active, we have some tips for you. You don't have to hit the ground running marathons either, just start small by just getting outside and walking around your neighborhood. Office Anecdote: Because... read more »

The Origins of Love

Photo by freestocks.org The modern-day expectation of celebrating Valentine’s Day brings a mix of emotions for most everyone in mid-February. New romances feel the pressure to impress, long-term couples try to top last year’s celebrations and singles everywhere reject the holiday entirely or exchange it for an evening of quality time with family or friends. Either way, the greeting card,... read more »

What Are Your New Years’ Resolutions as We Head Into a Sparkling New Year?

New Year's Eve is fast approaching and for many people, it can't come fast enough! 2020 has been a challenging year for most of us as we adapt to a new normal during a global pandemic. Historically, New Year's resolutions began during the time of the ancient Babylonians, around 4,000 years ago where they held the first recorded celebrations honoring... read more »