Health

Moms turn out in force for clean air

Posted July 31st, 2014 by Jessica Haney in Causes, Green, Health, Politics

Moms turn out in force for clean air

Moving to DC nearly 14 years ago was a conscious decision; I wanted to live in a place where I would be surrounded by people from all over the world, by arts and cultural institutions and by opportunities to engage in public policy activism. Since developing health issues a decade […]

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Taking My Kids Running

Posted April 1st, 2014 by Elaine in Fitness, Health, Parenting

Last Fall, I decided to take up running. In part, it keeps me busy during soccer and baseball practice, as well as drop-off birthday parties. I get to exercise while the little people have fun, leaving me with little guilt about taking time out for myself. But some days, none of […]

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Advice From a Marriage Counselor: 10 Things to Do Every Day

Posted March 18th, 2014 by Sandie in Health

I met Keith Miller when our youngest kids were at a cooperative preschool together. During one of the many pre-K field trips we chaperoned, we made small-talk about our careers. He mentioned he was a marriage counselor, and I was instantly intrigued. I firmly believe in counseling and have gone […]

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Giving for Good This Holiday Season

Posted December 24th, 2013 by Sandie in Causes

Merry Christmas to those of you who celebrate it. It’s so easy to get caught up in the gimme, gimme, gimme of sales and Santa letters and wishlists and stuff every year, but I find that there’s a great peace to the season if you make giving for good a […]

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{Sponsored} Aetna Asks: “What’s Your Healthy?”

Posted December 16th, 2013 by Sandie in Fitness, Health

Disclosure: I was compensated to host this in-home discussion party, but all ideas are completely my own. When I was asked to host an in-home discussion with a few friends about what we consider healthy living, it was hard to say no… It seemed like the perfect excuse to have […]

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