Folks in Austin will be most successful in Texas when it comes to keeping a New Year's Resolution. And Shreveport ranks higher than Lufkin? Surely we're more disciplined and determined than we think. Here's the kicker.
This smoothie recipe may not sound all that appetizing, but pumps me full of vitamins and gets rid of headaches. Swear. This smoothie along with some black eyed peas on the side, and you'll be off to a good star in 2017.
It turns out that fishing trip to Lake Sam Rayburn does more than give you an opportunity to hang out with friends, drink beer, and catch food. Being close to nature helps us live longer, and women benefit the most. Here's why.
It looks like one of those fitness trackers, but this bracelet can send taser-like shocks to your wrist if you overeat, spend too much time on social media, or hit snooze too many times. In other words, self-torture can be programmed like clockwork. Would you? At least you'd be up br…
There's a big push this month across the country for awareness about heart health, and for me that gets personal. Heart disease killed one person in my family and almost got another. Don't let it happen to you.
The US Army might not be known for it's awesome culinary creations, but at the very least they'd like to make the food better for the troops. And if you're willing to eat MREs (Meals, Ready-to-Eat) for three solid weeks, you can help make that happen.
The most popular New Year's Resolutions are also the most commonly broken ones. In other words, there's no point in making "save more money" our goal for the new year. Okay then! What other promises won't we keep?