This time of year should be for giving thanks, not getting stressed. We'll walk you through Thanksgiving dinner preparations.
It's as easy as (pumpkin) pie.
Thanksgiving doesn't have to be just once a year. Studies show that people who regularly express gratitude are happier.
Practice daily acts of thanks.
If you’re playing host this Thanksgiving, don’t get overwhelmed; get organized with these tips.
Plan ahead to reduce stress. »
You don’t have to forsake your diet or completely deprive yourself of good eating.
Swap some items out for healthier alternatives. »
Did you feast your heart out this Thanksgiving? Get back on track after holiday excess in six easy steps.
Stuff the excuses and start exercising. »
It's hard enough to navigate the holidays when one family is involved, but blended families have added stress.
Plan ahead to put stress behind. »
All that time with family during the holidays can leave you feeling tired, irritated, and grouchy. Don't OD on QT.
Protect your sanity with these tips. »
Get your kids to help you with holiday meals, so picky eaters will be more likely to finish what's on their plates.
Get the kids involved to keep them happy. »
Stuffing is for the birds. With a few simple strategies, you can stay satisfied without feeling over-stuffed.
Know when enough is enough. »
The best way to know you’re getting all the nutrients you need is to eat foods with a wide variety of colors.
Include a cornucopia of colors in your feast. »
Visions of sugarplums may dance through your head this holiday, but filling up on sweets can be a nightmare.
Reduce your sugar intake. »