Do the escalators count as a form of exercise? Do you normally just stand there and ride up/down, or do you climb up two steps at a time and then jog down? Find out what random Chicagoans have to say about escalators and exercise!
Scents, candles, memories, and relaxation. Find out what candle lovers at Bath and Body Works have to say. And, what do YOU sniff, and why?
Check out what people in the suburbs of Detroit have to say about how healthy Taco Bell is (or is not!), and how Moe’s compares to fast food!
Happy Monday! I’m in Michigan for a couple of days recording some segments for WNEM TV 5. So today I took it to the streets in Detroit to find out how people get motivated for Monday mornings!
Today I’m Taking It To the Streets to find out how people out and about in Chicago relieve their stress! They’ve got some pretty good ideas, so take a look. Then, let me know what YOU do to de-stress by leaving a comment below. Together, we can all learn from each other and stress LESS!
Last night I went out to dinner at a Mexican restaurant. This could be a recipe for caloric disaster, but instead find out how you can stay healthy and feeling good about your choices while eating out:
What are you doing for your significant other, or for yourself, this Valentine’s Day? Check out what over 10 Chicago-Valentine’s-Day-celebrators have to say about making V-day a loving health-fest, rather than a pure chocolate fest! Tips include romantic walks, oysters, and light beer, among others:
This new salad I invented is so delicious! I now eat it daily. It’s so quick, simple yet flavorful, and filling! Check it out – you can make a home made salad in less than 2 minutes:
We are in the midst of a blizzard in Chicago! Last night I “Took It to the Streets” to find out why Chicagoans are motivated to go outside when it’s not only freezing out, but also snowing everywhere! Check out my awesome and random guests, whose motivation ranges from going to work, going to the gym, and getting some 1/2 off pizza!
So I did something crazy and strange this weekend…I went on a “Bar Run” with a serious running group and some friends. The run was 5 miles total, and after each mile you stop at a bar. It’s a planned and timed route, with over 50 people! At first I was very apprehensive about this: Is it safe to be drinking and running (NOT REALLY), and how taxing will this be on everyone’s body (30 degrees + most likely dehydrated of water and full of alcohol + exhausting muscles = bad combo). But, I decided to test it out even though (given the above apprehensions) I was a bit nervous.
Unfortunately I lost some footage, but here’s a brief recap of the run, which ended up being great! What got YOU moving this weekend, AND what is the craziest way you’ve worked out??