From the African-American community’s trusted authority, “Essence Guide to Healthy Living”, is an interactive manual designed to help black women care for their bodies, minds and spirits. Covering both major health issues such as diabetes and heart disease and tackling everyday concerns from weight loss to balancing work and life, this handy guide has a reader-friendly tone, actionable service and chapters packed with checklists, inspiring real-life examples, space for journal entries and worksheets for readers to execute their own personal wellness plans. Developed with expert advice from leading physicians, nutritionists, fitness instructors, psychologists, spiritual gurus and other healthcare expert.
Who has time to exercise? Most people have full time jobs, families to care for, and countless other commitments. While most successful fitness books require a large time commitment for working out. The One Minute Workout provides a results-oriented program that is easy to understand, execute, and -best of all-breaks the drills down into 1 minute intervals to fit into any schedule.
Raising positive, drug-free kids in a negative world is not easy, but in the long run it’s easier than raising negative ones. Now, the bestselling motivational author reveals his simple prescription for success with children, step by positive step.
She needs your guidance . . . because honestly, she’ll never know how much perfume is too much or how much gratitude is too little if you don’t explain. Explore these timeless fundamentals of grace, thoughtfulness, and appropriate behavior, and pass along the lessons to your young lady in-the-making
Mothers-to-be will benefit from the expert yet compassionate advice to questions they may feel uncomfortable asking their doctor, such as whether artificial tanning will harm their baby or whether they are likely to pass stools when giving birth. This ideal pregnancy companion will inform and reassure all expectant mothers.
Suzan Mischer, a former television executive, opened Knit Café in 2002. It quickly became “casa” to the entire neighborhood and the blueprint for a new type of retail knitting experience around the world.