Thanks for Everything, Mom!

Written by Yuki Hayashi (3 min read) Mother’s Day is huge. According to card kingpins Hallmark, it’s the 3rd most observed holiday by card sales, and the second biggest for gifts. While chocolates and flowers are great, showing mom, or a special someone, some love and gratitude shouldn’t be a once-a-year ritual. Especially as we … Continue reading Thanks for Everything, Mom!

Be Sun-Savvy: 5 Tips for Family Sun Protection

Written by Yuki Hayashi (2 min read) With the bloom of magnolia trees it’s hard to imagine we were wearing three layers just a few months ago. Now that we’re finally basking in warm springtime temps, it’s time to get sun savvy. As spring segues into summer, the great outdoors beckon. Here are 5 ways … Continue reading Be Sun-Savvy: 5 Tips for Family Sun Protection

Community Care During a Global Health Crisis

Written by Brannavy Jeyasundaram 3 min read If there was ever a lesson to be gathered from COVID-19 it would be that we are nothing without each other. Our health, safety, and happiness depend on thriving communities. We have seen brilliant examples of community care in the form of food drives and mutual aid fundraisers … Continue reading Community Care During a Global Health Crisis

Marathon Training for Beginners

Written by Yuki Hayashi 2 min read I surprised myself the day I decided to run a marathon. It was 2012, and all I can say is: Runner’s World magazine does a darn good job promoting the running lifestyle. An article on the world’s most scenic marathons got me hooked on the idea of attempting … Continue reading Marathon Training for Beginners

Women Inspiring Women: Xania Khan

This month, we'll be hearing from inspiring women in our network and sharing their stories. We're passionate about supporting women, especially in their health and wellness journeys. Read on to get top tips for living, working, and playing optimally from women trailblazers. Profile: Xania Khan Tell us about yourself. I have an adventurous spirit and … Continue reading Women Inspiring Women: Xania Khan