4 Healthy Fall Habits You Should Try

  The fall season has arrived, and along with crunchy leaves on the ground and pumpkin-spiced flavors, this time of the year brings an opportunity to create new, healthy habits that you can carry with you into the new year. To help you feel inspired and ready to make this the best fall season yet, keep reading for our top healthy habits to try out.    Spend more time outside We’ve all been guilty of spending too much time on [...continue reading]

How to Reorganize Your Home for Fall

  We’re all familiar with spring cleaning, but fall is just as great of a season to declutter your home and prepare for the transition to cooler weather. Here are a few tips to start the fall cleaning process in your home, so you can enjoy the approaching holiday season in a more organized and relaxed way.   Clean out your closet The holidays often bring in new purchases or gifts, which often end up in an already full wardrobe. [...continue reading]

4 Ways to Celebrate Halloween This Year

  As Halloween approaches, it’s clear that things will be looking different this year. Many people will be wearing face masks on October 31 (and not just for trick-or-treating), it’s important to practice health and safety guidelines while celebrating Halloween. Here are three ways to have a spooktacular Halloween while protecting yourself and those around you. Have a Halloween Movie Marathon Nothing says Halloween like binge-watching your favorite scary movies and horror classics. For the ultimate movie night, grab some [...continue reading]

How to Avoid Digital Eye Strain While Working Behind Screens

  Anyone working behind a computer screen all day has likely experienced the negative impacts of blue light. From migraine attacks to digital eye strain, prolonged exposure to computer and smartphone screens. All of these have been shown to cause stress and tension to the body, starting with the eyes. So what is the best way to prevent digital eye strain while working at a computer?    According to experts, resting your eyes periodically can prevent straining them. Specifically, using [...continue reading]

The Significance of World Sight Day

  World Sight Day (WSD) is an annual day of awareness for blindness and vision impairment. Held on the second Thursday of October, World Sight Day is all about educating, inspiring, and creating a conversation about eye health issues that are often overlooked.    This year, WSD lands on October 8, and many organizations like The International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB) are gearing up to support those with vision impairment and spread the word about research and [...continue reading]

Follow These Tips for a Stress-Free Workspace

  Does your workspace energize you to feel productive and focused? Or is it a cluttered mess of papers on a desk that makes you crane your neck and shoulders down? If it’s the latter, here are a few tips that can help transform your desk space into one that not only helps you get more done but also makes you feel good.    Keep it Simple The fewer files, objects, and clutter you have on your desk, the fewer [...continue reading]

How Much Time Should Your Child Spend in Front of Screens?

The accelerated rise of screen time has impacted many aspects of life. One, in particular, is parenting. With children exposed to engaging, and even addicted to games and content on social media platforms like Instagram and TikTok, there is a growing concern for how much screen time kids should have access to and how that time impacts their development.  Amid these concerns, the World Health Organization (WHO), created guidelines regarding screen time and physical activity for children under the age [...continue reading]

What You Should Know About Your Circadian Rhythm

  You've probably heard of the term "circadian rhythm" and know that it relates to your body's sleep cycle. However, to give you a better understanding of this concept, we're taking a closer look at how exactly the circadian rhythm works and everything you should know about yours.  In simple terms, your circadian rhythm is an internal clock that tells your body when to be awake and when it's time to sleep. This rhythm is controlled by a part of [...continue reading]

Tips for Teachers Shifting to Teaching Online

While many schools have begun to reopen with students entering the classroom once again, other institutions are transitioning to remote learning. From elementary schools to universities, many instructors are having to find new ways to teach and support their students from a distance through digital courses and online lectures. For teachers feeling overwhelmed at the task of digital instruction, here are some helpful tips for your best school year yet.  Find a Platform That Works for You Finding a digital [...continue reading]

Trying to Enjoy Quarantine

With a pandemic still going on, things are undoubtedly different. Despite being in quarantine and adjusting to this new normal, there are many ways you and your family can still enjoy the long days while practicing social distancing and health safety measures.  Rearrange your space With more time spent at home, it can be easy to feel unproductive and uninspired. A quick and fun fix to this is to rearrange your space. Getting rid of clutter and renovating or redecorating [...continue reading]

Back to School Essentials for Kids

With school back in session and a pandemic still going on, sending your children to a busy campus can be daunting. However, with just a few essentials, you can feel more relaxed knowing your child has the tools to keep themselves and those around them safe.  A Mask and Hand Sanitizer Two items your child needs to carry with them daily are a face mask and a small bottle of hand sanitizer. A protective, yet breathable face mask will prevent [...continue reading]

August is Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month

August is a busy time filled with back-to-school preparation, extracurricular activities, and creating new routines. During this month, take some time between school supply shopping and athletic tryouts to take your child for a comprehensive eye exam.  August is Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month and serves as a reminder to ensure your child is seeing their best before heading back to the classroom. Eye exams not only help detect issues like nearsightedness and farsightedness, but they also detect diseases [...continue reading]

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