Saving money every month helps me to remember what I most likely would have forgotten otherwise.
In fact, I feel uncomfortably typing it here for this blog post.
There’s no bigger rule to be broken than the “no white after Labor Day” rule.
Consequences may or may not put son on track
“Not every homemade Christmas ornament is display-worthy. You know it and I know it.”
Many of us spend far too much on Christmas. Keep two things in mind…
Author archive: Jill Koegel
How about doing some simple swaps today, to get things started?
Here’s five ways to measure your fitness improvements without stepping on a scale.
Find out what to take and what to eat.
Determination isn’t a switch you can just turn on. Something has to spark that fire.
A study suggested eggs might be as bad for you as cigarettes. So what can we eat anymore?
You’ve heard of the after-burn. We tell you how to make the most of it.
Keep it quick and easy with these ideas.
“Cheating” is for diets. And I’m not a fan of diets.
If you forget to eat, stress eat, or overeat, having a list of snacks to choose from can help you gain back control.
Grilling lettuce? You might be surprised on the return on investment.
You might even have some of these foods in the pantry or fridge already.
Even the busy, uncreative chef in all of us can handle these ideas.
This one trick will change the way you look at the foods you love most.
You’ve probably heard that sitting all day comes with health risks. But what does standing have to do with it?
If the scale hasn’t tipped in your favor and your weight is now a “resolution,” you aren’t alone.
You’ve heard of anorexia and bulimia, but what about the eating disorder that causes people to be overly healthy?
Salad bars may seem healthy, but are you really better off? Yes, if you follow a few rules.
It’s easy to whip something delicious (and healthy, believe it or not) with the best “mom gift” ever.
Starting over can be humbling. But when your methods aren’t working, what have you got to lose?
Weight should be loss simple, right? Sometimes a more scientific approach is needed.