In the New Year, we are inundated with thoughts of improving our lives. However, there is so much focus on weight loss and fitness that we forget that there are so many other things that we can do to improve our physical and mental wellbeing. Here is a quick list of a few things that […]
Remember that you will feel better. Your depression is not forever. Feelings of hope will replace feelings of hopelessness, and your mood will improve.
As Dr. Seuss once wrote, “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” Diving into a good book opens up a whole world of knowledge starting from a very young age. Children’s books expose kids to 50 percent more words than prime […]
The holidays can be a stress filled anxious time for many of us. Here are some tips for staying grateful during the holidays. Go Outside–fresh air can clear your head and help you gain a different perspective. Take time to go for a walk and focus on the things you are thankful for. Finding A […]
On this episode of The Confident Wallet™, a personal finance podcast series from The Washington Post Brand Studio and T. Rowe Price, host Lynnette Khalfani-Cox is joined by a panel of experts to discuss how people can navigate conflicting financial priorities. Khalfani-Cox, who’s also known as The Money Coach®, is joined by guests Kimberly Palmer, author […]
Connection is not just something that makes us happy, but it makes us happy for the very reason that it is ingrained in our DNA. We are wired for CONNECTION. Inspired by a valley-wide campaign in the roaring fork valley supporting the wellbeing and mental health of our community. #aspenstrong #nooneisalone Aspen Strong is […]
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In today’s episode, Danielle Howard explores that very question as she discusses the areas of risk that tend to come with life’s fall season. Covering everything from market risk to longevity risk, Danielle explores the qualitative and quantitative sides of retirement risk, while highlighting the importance of rewiring or refiring as you enter your retirement […]
There are certain places that men and women grow to a ripe old age – without the chronic diseases from which most of the world suffers. We know the most common lifestyle traits among the people that are living long, healthy lives, and they include moving naturally throughout the day, eating a plant-slant diet, having […]
By Rosane Oliveira on August 26, 2018 It is time to honor one of the most beloved (and famous) snacks in the world—trail mix! That is because August 31st is National Trail Mix Day. Trail mix is indelibly linked to hiking. Lightweight, portable and nutritious, hikers use trail mix as an easy way to keep […]