Thanksgiving has passed and, now, winter is on its way. Yeah, we heard your groan from here. You can't deny it's coming through – the days are getting shorter, the temperature is dropping and we can still taste the stuffing and gravy from our Thanksgiving feast.
Counting sheep is actually a bad idea. It takes forever and, if you aren't feeling sleepy by a certain number, you start to get irritated and keep going angrily.
When it comes to the changing seasons, other changes in your life will need to be made in order to adapt. Your diet isn't the only thing. Taking care of your mind is just as important as taking care of your body.
With Halloween in a mere two weeks, it's a good decision to start having some safety talks with the little gremlins in your life to prepare for All Hallow's Eve.
With Daylight Savings right around the corner, it's a good idea to start getting yourself prepared for longer nights and shorter days.
The average person gains anywhere from 1-5 lbs from September to October and February to March every year. Even though this seems like a very small number, that number can easily double if you don't watch how you are eating and how much you are eating.
Parents around the country have been singing, "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" since they dropped their kids off at school. For a lot of college students though, it's figuring out timetables, getting lost in new buildings and having to awkwardly walk out of a lecture when you finally realize that the psychology 101 class you were sitting in is actually economy 301.
Fall is right around the corner and it signals the start of cold and flu season. If you are one of those people that tend to get sick easily, then you are going to want to start yourself on a strict immune system boosting regime right now.