Lifestyle

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Let’s be honest, going through all the work to cook for two people or less can be a hassle. There are so many days it is much easier to just pick up something frozen at the store or eat out rather than mess up the entire kitchen to make such a small portion.
For wine drinkers, one of the joys of the German lifestyle is the chance to sample some of the world’s best whites. But not every occasion calls for a Riesling, the country’s undisputed king of grapes.
Eating a well-balanced snack before and after you exercise is essential for repairing sore muscles. Your body needs healthy fats, carbs and proteins to help break down your hard-worked muscle tissue and give you your energy back.
My husband and I enjoy the “Amazing Race”. We’ve been watching it for years. Had I known we would find ourselves living in Germany one day, I definitely would’ve taken better notes during their European adventures.
May is Motorcycle Safety Month, and Installation Management Command offers motorcycle safety courses to keep riders safe while enjoying the open road.
Do you want to lose weight? Do you want to eat healthier? Do you just want to improve your overall health? This may even seem unattain¬able, but it doesn’t have to be. Making small changes every single day can improve your health and well-being.
Hiking is not only a great activity for both you and your pup, but it also spices up your normal walking routine. However, hiking requires more preparation than a simple walk around the block.
Shopping at the German grocery store can be intimidating. When you don’t speak the language or understand the pricing system, the idea of the commissary as a safe haven is totally understandable.
I am a European mutt but mostly Italian and Polish, two groups of people who tend to ooze oil out of every pore. I spent years battling oily skin, not knowing the one cure was across the pond coming out of a faucet: Germany's hard water.
Many years ago I visited friends who lived in Paris, and due to their busy jobs, I mainly wandered the city alone. It was one of the most daunting yet exciting moments of my life. 
A piping hot shot of caffe (espresso) quaffed at the counter of the local bar…a glass of vino rosso enjoyed over pasta at lunch…a sip of limoncello after a large family dinner…
Been craving Mexican but cringing when you think about how it could potentially taste incredibly bad in Germany? Don’t sweat it. Crazy Nate’s West Coast Mexican restaurant in Nuremberg is serving up fresh food with a laid-back vibe.
Life doesn't get any less busy so you find time for the things you deem important. Despite knowing how vital it is to stay in shape, many people tend to put working out on the back burner.
The food in Europe is amazing — plain and simple. Fresh, organically grown produce, meat straight from the butcher, and breads and pastries baked daily. Eating out isn’t just a meal, but an experience to savor.
When we think of our overall health, the first thing that comes to mind is physical. Do I have any aches and pains? Are my teeth intact? Do I have a fever? Why won’t this bruise go away?