The Front Desk

Shop Your Local Farmers’ Market Like an Expert
Farmers markets are a thrill. They offer the freshest locally grown produce, incomparable food transparency, and the opportunity to support small businesses in the community. What could be better than that?
May 10, 2021
Try Mindful Cooking as a Meditation Alternative
Meditation is difficult to master. Have you tried mindful cooking? All the benefits of meditation are waiting for you in the kitchen. Learn more on this blog.
April 29, 2021
Easy Ways to Cook Healthy Comfort Foods at Home
Pizza, burgers, and mac and cheese are no longer reserved for cheat days. Cook mouth-watering healthy versions of your favorite comfort foods at home. All the tips and tricks you need are in this post!
April 22, 2021
Unexpected Health Benefits of Common Cooking Herbs
Which contains more vitamin C, an orange or a bundle of fresh thyme? The answer might change how you prepare your next meal. Discover the unexpected health benefits of common cooking herbs on this blog.
April 14, 2021
Save Money and Eat Healthier By Grocery Shopping Smarter
Life hack your grocery list. Follow these five simple guidelines to save time, money, and make healthy eating a total breeze. Who is stressed about grocery shopping? Not you.
April 12, 2021
What Your Phone’s Physical Activity Log Reveals About Your Happiness
If your smartphone is always by your side during the day, it records how much you get up and move. Here’s what that data may reveal about your overall happiness, according to the latest research.
December 9, 2020
Wearing A Mask During Exercise Won’t Make Your Workout Harder
Before 2020, we didn’t know a whole lot about how wearing a mask affects us during exercise. Now masks have become a necessity, but many people assume wearing one will make a workout more difficult (and therefore, more unpleasant). Luckily, two brand new studies have debunked the mask myth. Wearing a mask during exercise actually won’t make your workout harder.
December 2, 2020
Weight Training Significantly Soothes Anxiety, Maybe Even More Than Cardio?
There is a wealth of research affirming exercise as a mood-boosting activity, and aerobic exercise typically gets all the credit. Not anymore! A new study looked at weight training as a method to reduce anxiety, and the results were significant. (Possibly even more significant than aerobic activity.)
November 24, 2020
Does Keto Diet Improve Asthma Symptoms? New Research Looks Promising
A ketogenic diet, commonly referred to as “keto,” is a low-carb diet that has seen a surge in popularity this year. Keto works by swapping high-carb foods like bread, pasta, and fruit for foods high in protein and fat, like meat, eggs, and cheese. Like any diet that requires seriously restricting intake of one food group in favor of others, keto has faced its share of criticisms. However, just like other restrictive diets, many swear by keto as a means of quick weight loss, though the long-term results may prove unsustainable.
November 17, 2020
Train Your Mind To Experience Awe During Exercise To Reduce Stress
Can you cultivate awe? Can you teach someone to look at the world with childlike eyes and feel a profound sense of calm and relief? It seems especially difficult to achieve in the world today.We all know that going for a walk or run outside clears the mind, but what if we could amplify that relaxing effect by training ourselves to experience awe?
November 5, 2020
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