“Healthy” Habits Can Go Too Far

2011-05-10T16:22:44+00:00Blog, Uncategorized|

Diet and exercise. Doctors, nutritionists, and health experts have been telling us that these two things are central to a healthy lifestyle. And, in general, this is true – healthy eating and physical fitness have been shown to reduce all kinds of risks, from heart disease to diabetes and more. But it is also possible [...]

How Much Sleep Do You Need?

2011-05-09T12:55:34+00:00Blog, Uncategorized|

It's Monday morning, and many of us would probably rather be in bed right now. In fact, sleep is an essential part of daily life, and most adults don't get enough. Six to eight hours of restful sleep is necessary for both physical and mental health, but a large portion of the population is actually [...]

Voters Experiencing “Governors Remorse”

2011-04-20T13:49:36+00:00Blog, Uncategorized|

Many of us have felt the sting of “buyer's remorse” - the regret that sets in once the euphoria of purchasing a new (and usually expensive) item wears off. This typically occurs when the product doesn't turn out to be everything we expected and we realize we should have made a more rational decision. In [...]

Golf: A Sport of Fun and Frustration

2011-04-15T16:15:38+00:00Blog, Uncategorized|

As a long-time golfer with a mid-teens handicap, I know that golf can be both enjoyable and brutal. As the weather warms here in Michigan and people take to the links for the first time in months, high scores are likely to be the norm. No matter how much you practice, even the best of [...]