When we think of discipline, we often think, “Aaaargh! My child is acting so spoiled and out of control. I’d better get a handle on this with some strong discipline!” Then, we try to figure out the appropriate punishment or consequences to help our child get with the program.
Hosting friends and family for a meal can be stressful enough, but what if your guests also have dietary restrictions to consider?
‘Tis the season of festive parties, time off with family and friends and bounteous food and drinks — all of which can get your healthy habits off track. But the holiday season can be both fun and healthful.
We’re approaching the time of year most people begin to think about their New Year’s resolutions. As we look forward to all the opportunities 2017 will bring, I think it’s also important to take a moment to reflect on the progress we have made in the past year and identify areas in which there is still work to be done.
This season, two delightful new titles stand out in the growing trend of “celebrity chef cooks at home” cookbooks.
Endorphins are uphill skiers' reward
In the age of high speed quads, why would anyone in their right mind climb a couple of thousand vertical feet for the equivalent of two ski runs and then go home? Answer: endorphins.
Health and wellness writer Sarah Coleman offers a few ideas to get you started with your holiday fitness and food guide.
Back by popular demand, the Tread of Pioneers Museum’s Winter Films Series returns to the historic Chief Theater at 7 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month December through March.
My role this year just happened to be a tad more complicated than most: it involved the dreaded time clock at Howelsen Ice Arena.
Six months later, during the late fall, we can gaze out of the bottom of the Milky Way to see what lies beneath our galaxy.
Many families in our community experience increased stress and financial burdens around the holidays — higher energy costs, increased child care costs as schools are closed, an expectation of gifts, seasonal illnesses and more.
When someone is coming in looking for help with rent or car repairs, there is a good chance that they are also struggling to put food on the table.
Here are a few keys to maintaining sanity when your home is filled to the brim during the holidays.
A book review of "Ski Inc." by former Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. President Chris Diamond.
One of the first behaviors we teach in dog training class is the “name game.”