Whether you call it a resolution, a lifestyle change or a goal, the new year is a great time to get started on improving your health. To give you a little inspiration, we’ve asked several Stark County health and wellness experts for advice on achieving wellness in 2010.
Don’t like what you see on your post-holiday scale? We get it. We also know eating right this time of year can be a challenge. After all, it’s hard to want to eat salad and veggies all the time when comfort food is what we really crave — especially at this time of year.
A seasoned wedding DJ, Bill Manos says the big day is all about the bride and groom, no matter what. “A lot of times, brides and grooms don’t want normal wedding-reception music — the chicken dance, hokey-pokey, things like that,” says Manos, owner of Sound Waves DJ Service.
Passion. That is why I do what I do. It’s that passion down deep that drives me to want to make a difference. I have always believed that I am here for a purpose greater than myself — and Goodwill feels like that purpose.
Flowers have been popular cake decorations for years, but Rebecca Martin, owner of Sweet on You Bakery in Stamford, Conn., says brides are choosing a wider variety of blossoms. Orchids and hydrangeas are frequent stars. And colors are warming up.