Month: June 2020

7 Reasons to Start Working Your Way Toward Sobriety
Lifestyle

7 Reasons to Start Working Your Way Toward Sobriety

After the toll that drug or alcohol addiction has taken on your life, it’s only understandable for you to aspire for sobriety. But what’s not nearly as easy is putting in the actual work to be sober. No matter how much you want sobriety, there’s the likelihood that you’ll find it difficult, exhausting, or painful to achieve. But this is the best possible time to review your reasons for getting sober. Remember how much it matters to you, and to everyone else around you, for you to heal from your addiction. Whether your regimen consists of therapy, residing in a sober living home, or attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, anchor it on your personal reasons for sobriety. If you’re still looking for reasons to guide your sobriety regimen, here are seven that will hopefully inspire you...
These 7 Outdoor Activities Got the Green Light from Health Experts
Outdoor

These 7 Outdoor Activities Got the Green Light from Health Experts

States are reopening, but venturing out into the world can’t be the same carefree experience it used to be. It’s crucial to remember that the new coronavirus is still out there and we can’t let our guards down just yet. There will always be some risk of contracting the virus when leaving the house, says Dr. Matthew Heinz, a Tucson Medical Center hospitalist and internist who assisted in the domestic response to the Ebola crisis. Data shows that confirmed cases are still at an all-time high, which means it’s not ideal to plan too far ahead for big parties or summer events. It’s sad, we know, but we’re going to listen to the health experts who are urging people to be careful about which activities they plan to partake in. “The safest way to minimize risk during this pandemic...