Living well during colder months can be tough — we often spend less time exercising or getting outdoors and more time on the couch, eating heavier (and often less healthy) foods. Here are a few tips from Smart this week on staying healthy, even in the winter.
- Air-purifying plants can be a great idea if you’re stuck inside and concerned about air quality. While nothing beats a blast of fresh air, adding a little greenery to your desk or living room is a step in the right direction.
- Going stir crazy all cooped up? Keep kids busy (and yourself sane) with this simple Valentine’s Day craft that’s easy to adapt to different holidays.
- Get some of your vitamin C with a recipe for roasted orange and thyme chicken — a good source of lean protein as well.
- Got winter doldrums? Look ahead to warmer weather and outdoor activities by submitting your summer camp information to our database.
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