With all the work I do on my computer, I decided I wanted to start caring more for my eyes on a daily basis. And then I expanded this to include all my muscles from the neck up, which I’ve all but ignored most of my life. Three of this week’s posts talk about working the muscles in our heads and what the benefits are of doing this. I talk about one of the main challenges we face when eating out, and alternatives for making some of the foods we crave gluten-free.
If you’re staring at a computer screen all day, here are some exercises that will help strengthen the eyes and offer relief from eyestrain.
Like the rest of the body, the muscles in the face and neck need work to stay toned and strong. Here are some simple exercises to help with that.
Keeping our faces looking youthful as we age is not necessarily about keeping our skin firm and wrinkle-free. There’s a lot to consider that’s going on below the surface.
We don’t have to fall victim to the astronomical portion sizes when we eat out.
It’s fairly simple to turn a traditional pancake recipe into its gluten-free cousin. Here’s what I sometimes use that works like a charm.
There are a number of options for gluten-free pasta when the craving hits. Here is one of my favorites.