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Healthy and Affordable Gifts to Give this Holiday Season

  The average American anticipates spending more than $1000 during the holiday season. In fact, 58 percent of families go beyond their means and a quarter are willing to withdraw money from retirement funds, emergency savings or loans in order to fulfill holiday wish lists. When mapping out your holiday spending, consider the following healthy gifts that are thoughtful, practical and won’t break the… Read More »Healthy and Affordable Gifts to Give this Holiday Season

Staying Fit! Where To Go Swimming In Detroit During The Fall & Winter

With fall right around the corner, cold weather is soon to follow. But that doesn’t mean that the fall and winter seasons will take away your ability to swim. Did you know this active hobby is the fourth most popular recreational activity in the United States? If this activity was solely limited to the short months of summer, there’s no… Read More »Staying Fit! Where To Go Swimming In Detroit During The Fall & Winter

Avoid Winter Workout Woes with These Safety Tips

  Michigan winters mean snow, ice, freezing temperatures and darker days. Even though staying active during these conditions may not seem ideal, there are many health benefits, both physical and mental, to working out during the winter months. Of course, adding snow and ice to a workout routine presents additional challenges and health risks. Before you step outside, keep these health and safety… Read More »Avoid Winter Workout Woes with These Safety Tips