Tips and recipes for those of you who had a bit too much last night.
Editor Archive: Audrey Morrison
While you’re busy dreaming about time off from work this Labor Day weekend, you don’t want to be interrupted. Especially not by the cringe-inducing sound of your alarm clock, iPhone or any other devilish device whose sole purpose it is to disturb your sleepy state. So you hit snooze and hope to drift back into Slumberland. Big mistake, according to independent sleep expert Dr. Neil Stanley.
Twice a year, the Economist Intelligence Unit ranks the world’s most livable city. Vancouver was crowned the winner in February, but there’s a new champion this time around.
MISTAKE 1: YOU FEAR CARBS
Carbohydrates have a sinister (and unfounded!) rap for packing on weight. But when you avoid them, you deplete serotonin levels, which can cause you to feel deprived. And no one can last long on a diet that makes them grouchy. “Your brain energy fades, you’re tired, and you’re crabby,” says Jackie Keller, founder of NutriFit, a healthy-meals service that counts Ginnifer Goodwin as a client. “Grains are for brains.”
Money can’t buy love, but it can buy diamonds.
Once upon a time, the plot of yet-to-be-released children’s book Maggie Goes on a Diet sparked great controversy among parents and experts.
Call in the grammar police.
With back-to-school shopping around the corner, the folks making T-shirts at Old Navy need to enroll in an English class.
Where you go on a date and who you go there with may not be as important as the night you and your companion agree to go.
Drinking wine can be good for your health — we know, you’re familiar with the topic. But don’t even try and tell me that you’re tired of the subject, or that you wouldn’t pass along the results of some new study supporting the claim.
New weight loss studies pop up every day. But here’s a different take on the same old story. It’s not the food you eat, but rather how many times you chew each bite of it.