The National Institutes of Health offers some basic, no-nonsense strategies to maintain everyday health. They are all familiar to most of us, like staying active, minding your weight, and eating healthy foods. However, with so many of us juggling work life, parenting and, if you’re lucky, some social activities with daily fitness and food prep can seem overwhelming. Even worse, not being able to accomplish a health goal can lead to stress and feelings of guilt, which is counterproductive to your health goals!Continue reading “Head to Toe and Inside Out: Simple Everyday Health Strategies”
Getting fit comes in many forms, and there’s no one right path for everyone. Many people have felt a bit hampered by the need to social distance during the pandemic, however, being unable to get to the gym or shoot hoops at the park. The good news is, there are several things you can do in the comfort of your own home to get moving and stay fit, both in the short term and longer term.Continue reading “A Pandemic (and Post-Pandemic) Guide to Home Fitness”
Everyone needs to practice self-care from time to time, whether that means enjoying a simple massage or visiting a popular vacation city like Paris. In fact, taking a self-care vacation could be just the ticket to preparing yourself for 2022 professionally and emotionally. Know All The Things explores some of the best cities for self-care vacations now.Continue reading “Reset Your Mind and Enjoy Some Self-Care in These Paradisiacal Cities”
It’s indisputable that migrant workers play a critical role in the U.S. economy, food supply, and society. Not only do they handle a large portion of the agricultural and food production work, but they also fulfill a lot of domestic and service jobs that many Americans want nothing to do with.Continue reading “How to Help Migrant Workers and Their Families”
When you’re looking for a new place to live, whether it’s a townhouse, condo, apartment, or single-family home, you’ll want to start by assessing your needs and determining what’s most important to you in terms of amenities. You’ll also need to decide whether it makes more sense to rent a home or purchase one.Continue reading “Pick Your Place: How to Find the Perfect Home”
Helping children develop leadership skills is a phenomenal way to prepare them for success in adult life. Children with good leadership skills have the confidence and drive they’ll need to reach their career goals with confidence.Continue reading “Effective Ways to Boost Leadership Skills in Children”
In big cities and little towns, small businesses are the heartbeat of their communities. If you dream of launching your own business, there are a few steps you should take to ensure its success. So follow these tips from Know All The Things once you’ve decided on what goods or services you want to provide to your community.Continue reading “Small Businesses Make Good Neighbors”
What Is A Paperclip?
A paperclip is a small piece of thin, springy metal typically bent three times around itself in an elongated spiral.Continue reading “Paperclip”
Unmet needs drive our actions. We eat because we are hungry and drink because we are thirsty. And why do we sleep? You guessed it. Because we are tired.
Of course there can be exceptions — maybe you aren’t hungry, but want to eat anyway because something just tastes so good. But virtually everything we do is to meet some type of unmet need — even if we don’t realize it.Continue reading “Counseling Idaho Falls Meets Emotional Needs”
When it comes to children, parents tend to naturally fear for the worst. Most often, they will opt for a “better safe than sorry” route. But the truth is that only a few situations will warrant a trip to the emergency room (ER) for immediate care. There are also cases at the other end of the spectrum. Those that clearly need emergency attention, but instead, end up in Pocatello urgent care — a less common scenario.Continue reading “Choosing Pocatello Urgent Care Over An Emergency Room”