Being "healthy" isn't just about physical health; it's about achieving an overall sense of mental, physical and spiritual well-being. Sometimes it's just a matter of knowing where to begin. Meet a local inspirational speaker who helps people do just that. Maybe he can help you, too.
Being Healthy is a State of Mind: Working out and eating right is all fine and good; but don't neglect the power of spirituality âÂ and that grey matter between your ears. Our editor explores the notion that being "healthy" is really just a state of mind.
Not Trends, but Healthy Refinements: As the weather gets warmer, a man's wardrobe needs to adapt. Don't follow the pack; learn how to refine your own sense of style. Here are a few tips from Artfully Disheveled's Chris Berre to point you in the right direction.
Five Reasons for Busy Professionals to Exercise: Is your clothing fitting tighter these days? Energy level on "E"? Stressed to the max? It doesn't have to be this way! Read on to learn simple things you can do NOW to make a difference in your health and well-being!
Get the Blood Pumping: Nothing gets your heart racing like blasting down the straight away and screeching through the corners. Auto columnist Mark Turner explains why driving just might be the ultimate aerobic workout.
Get Your Gospel On: No matter your religious beliefs, there's something about gospel music that stirs the soul. Check out this primer for exploring the genre and get yourself right in the spiritual sense. Can I get an "amen?"
Virtual Brain Damage: There's no doubt that many video games are violent. So how do they affect our well-being? And should they be regulated? Our resident legal eagle revisits the issue and looks at how the courts have ruled to this point.
Baseball's Back! (And So is Living!) : Many people, it seems, were legitimately concerned that winter was, in fact, never going to end. One sure sign of warmer days to come âÂ Cincinnati Reds baseball. Rodger Pille greets the "boys of summer" with open arms.
The New Guy: What's the best way to meet new faces and check out new places in Greater Cincinnati? Our resident bloggers Joe Yoo and Jen Hardin offer some helpful insight to spice up your social calendar as the warmer weather rolls in.