With fitness centers closed and mandatory stay-at-home orders in place, trying to get a good cardio workout in can be a little challenging. If you’ve got children at home with you, it can seem almost near impossible.
From authentic pizza in Rome to Guinness in Dublin, we’ve done a lot of tasting and traveling in our past two years in Europe. By far, our favorite spot for food is Spain. From sizzling tapas, freshly-caught seafood and aromatic spices, Spanish food is nothing short of amazing.
When we thought 2020 was going to be our year, I don’t think anyone could have foreseen the “predicament” in which we seem to have found ourselves. With stress levels at an all-time high, consider sipping on some of these delicious cocktails as a stress reliever.
Glitter, glue, Play-Doh and paint, oh my! If the kiddos are getting a little rambunctious and need a creative outlet, it may be time to get down with a crafternoon (crafty afternoon). From easy friendship bracelets to stress balls, there is a plethora of things to keep minds and hands engaged.
The life of a military spouse is no doubt unique. Deployments, life-changing and last-minute moves and that feeling like your isolated on an island are just a few reasons. Nobody truly understands until they’ve been through it.
Anxiety is something that I’ve struggled with for as long as I can remember. For anyone who battles with anxiety, unfortunately, you know the feeling of drowning in self-doubt, constant worry, and panic attacks.
Making snack time fun may be a little over the top on most days, but right now entertaining your children is a top priority. Why not turn snack time into craft time as well? Take a look at these four ideas for fun snacks for kids. 
With or without us noticing – time will march on. It is the most precious resource we have yet so often we don’t truly realize it because we are not mindful of it.
How do you like your chocolate? Smooth and creamy, or dark and bitter? Or maybe you love the taste of the sweet and creamy white variety?
For the past few years, since 2017 to be exact, a newcomer has made inroads into the chocolate scene: ruby chocolate. But what is it, exactly?
The days are getting longer, the trees will soon burst with buds and birds will sing among them. Spring’s literal and figurative awakening from winter is a great time to reflect, renew and maybe even re-do. Why not be inspired as nature comes to life around you?
One of the great things about a posting overseas is the chance to see and observe how things are done in countries much different from our own.
Allergies are the sixth leading cause of chronic illness in the U.S. and more than 50 million Americans suffer from them each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. When it comes to spring allergies, you don’t need to anticipate the season with dread.
While vacationing in Europe there are numerous picturesque locations to admire. Something that is often neglected when discussing visits to these various locations is the concept of solo travel. Below are four tips on how to travel solo in Europe.
Getting behind the wheel of an automobile and heading out for the daily commute might be one of the most common ways to travel. But, there can be ways to get to work that are a lot more fun and can actually work to improve your health and well-being!
The kids are home, you’re being asked to practice “social distancing” and your family might be on the brink of a very legit case of cabin fever. 
Social distancing, self-isolation and even quarantining are things we’ve had to rapidly become accustomed to. While these measures help flatten the curve, curb infection rates and spare others from illness, it can be difficult to stay close to home for an indefinite amount of time.