Suzanne Lewis, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Feb 16th - 9:04pm
Everything I needed to know in life I may have learned in my mother’s kitchen. The wonderful smell of home-cooked foods when I returned home from school was the beginning of building lasting healthy eating habits maintained into my adult years.
Kim Giles, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Feb 13th - 6:59am
"Valentine’s Day is a little painful because my marriage is not going well. It isn’t that we fight a lot, but it isn’t really wonderful either." Our Valentine's Day edition of LIFEadvice tells couples how to repair their relationship so more intimacy happens.
By now, the idea that some college admissions officers might check an applicant's social media accounts shouldn't sound too far-fetched. But what teens — and their parents — might not be aware of is how often college admissions officers say social media positively impacts an application.
Though the sound of chewing may be unpleasant, most of us do not respond with a fight-or-flight reaction, a condition known as misophonia. A new study explored this phenomenon and discovered that, compared with most people, sufferers of misophonia have structural differences in the areas of their brains tasked with regulating emotions.
Kim Giles and Nicole Cunningham, KSL.com Contributors | Posted Feb 6th - 6:58am
"I’m getting more and more resentful as the years go by with all the work I do to keep the house and family running. I feel unappreciated about it and I’m just getting tired of these tasks." In this edition of LIFEadvice, coaches Kim Giles and Nicole Cunningham share tips and tricks for getting more help around the house.
You've just finished a big meal, and you're stuffed. You're thinking of taking a walk or even a stretch before clearing the table, but the thought of just getting out of your chair seems like a challenge.
Malissa Morrell, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Feb 1st - 8:34pm
Research suggests that fewer than 10 percent of New Year's of resolutions are ever achieved. This year, skip the resolutions and set intentions instead. Intentions serve as a compass on the road map to achieving your goals.
Kim Giles and Nicole Cunningham, KSL.com Contributors | Posted Jan 30th - 6:59am
"I admit I have high standards and expect my kids to excel and get really good grades, but I would feel like a bad parent if I didn’t." In this edition of LIFEadvice, coaches Kim Giles and Nicole Cunningham explain the signs to watch for in an at-risk teen and how parents can check themselves for over-the-top expectations.
When you hear the name "McDonald's," a few things may come to mind: fast food, a Happy Meal, a Big Mac, Ronald McDonald or even shoestring fries. These days, though, the "M" that makes up the golden arches might as well stand for "menu changes."