Breakfast may not be the most important meal of the day, but it’s still in the top three. Seriously, there are many smart reasons to refuel in the morning. Eating breakfast gives you energy, boosts your brain power, and helps you manage your weight. Some research suggests it may also lower your risk for diabetes and heart disease. Yet, many of us rush out the door on an … [Read more...] about A Foolproof Formula for Eating Healthy Breakfasts
12 Important Conversation Skills for Couples
When you’re a couple, your conversation skills can draw you closer together or drive you apart. Do you give each other love and support, or do you resort to nagging and shutting down? You might assume that loving your partner would be enough, but most of us can benefit from practicing interacting effectively. In fact, almost 70% of divorces are caused by communication … [Read more...] about 12 Important Conversation Skills for Couples
7 Fears About Parenting That Will Get Easier After You Have Kids
Many parents-to-be feel excited about their baby's arrival, but being a parent can be intimidating. Some people who have children later in life may have prepared themselves for the challenges. But many new parents worry that raising a child will be too stressful. Some parents go through different emotions before their baby arrives. Some parents may think, "I wonder if I can … [Read more...] about 7 Fears About Parenting That Will Get Easier After You Have Kids
5 Popular Strategies You Need to Know to Find Your Life Purpose
Psychologists conclude that meaningful, long-term goals develop throughout our lives, not just in an instant. And goals tied to our purpose motivate us and keep us going. But many of us never figure out our purpose. Some, however, have a concept of what they want but struggle to plan to get there. For others, life feels meaningless and purposeless. They constantly search for … [Read more...] about 5 Popular Strategies You Need to Know to Find Your Life Purpose
Who Else Wants to Read More Effectively?
With the pandemic keeping families at home the past couple of years, you might think they would be reading more. However, U.S. adults read 2 to 3 fewer books per year than they did between 2001 and 2016, according to a Gallup poll. Another survey by Pew Research found that 23% of Americans didn’t read a single book in 2021, and that figure is even higher for those under age … [Read more...] about Who Else Wants to Read More Effectively?