Eating right is often easier said than done. You like what you like, so breaking old eating habits is never easy. That’s why sometimes it can be easier to slightly modify your diet instead of giving it a complete overhaul.

When you were a kid, you probably did a little hula hooping during gym class. Back then you may have thought it was all fun and games and maybe a bit silly but turns out your gym teacher was on to something. Turns out hula hooping is good for you.

After months of dark, sleepy winter, many of us look for ways to bring spring’s sense of renewal into our homes. This year, go beyond the typical spring cleaning with projects that repurpose things you already own. You will revitalize your home’s style – and your own – and add a new, fun spin to life in sunnier days.

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), regular exercise helps people maintain a healthy weight and delay or prevent the onset of diabetes and heart problems. Here are some ideas for getting that 30 minute workout anytime, anyplace.

Ninety percent of American women have been on a diet at least once in their lives, experts say. In fact, it’s estimated that one out of two women is dieting at this very moment. Could that be you? And if so, are you aware that it may be more than pounds you’re losing?

On your big day, you want everything to be a true reflection of your taste and style. From looking beautiful when you walk down the aisle to personalized party favors, there are so many elements to think about when planning a wedding.

No longer is Halloween just a night for kids to trick-or-treat. In recent years the holiday has skyrocketed to become one of the most celebrated times of the year. But with the turbulent economy remaining top of mind, some Halloween shoppers may be worried about how to create new costumes and decorations without spending a fortune in the process. There’s no need to fear, though – just consider these tips for a festive All Hallows’ Eve that won’t leave your credit card haunting you.