Once you’ve recovered from your Thanksgiving turkey and early morning Black Friday shopping adventures, there’s one more shopping excursion you might want to consider, Small Business Saturday. This important shopping day, which takes place on November 29, 2014, helps raise awareness about small local businesses in your community – the very ones that are often overlooked during the holiday shopping fervor in favor of mall kiosks and big box stores.
Having trouble getting rid of that pesky cold? Have one that keeps coming back with greater consistency than a boomerang? A 2009 study suggests that it might not be your cold medicine that’s failing to do the job, but an inadequate amount of sleep instead.
Vitamin D is touted as one of the most important vitamins, minerals, and nutrients, and for many reasons. A new study has found that lack of enough of this essential vitamin could be causing restless legs at night.
Do you have family coming in from out of town for the holidays? Worried that your guest bed resembles some sort of medieval torture device? There’s more than one great way to make this room as comfortable as possible for your treasured guests. These steps will have you off to a great start.
Oh, snap! We had the following important article about Drowsy Driving Prevention Awareness Week pre-written and ready to post two weeks ago, but got so busy researching and writing our green living influencers post that we completely missed publishing it. It’s so important though, we felt it was still very much worth addressing, so here it is.
Drowsy driving costs lives. It’s that simple. According to AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety and its annual traffic safety study released November 2014, drowsy driving is believed to be the cause of 6,400 fatal U.S. crashes every year.
That extra hour of sleep may add a little bit of spring in your step when coming off of Daylight Saving Time, but it has a decidedly different impact from what you may expect. Changing your body clock is never as simple as dialing the numbers on the clock back or forward an hour once a year.