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First Thing, You First

First Thing, You First

First Thing, You First Yes, the last couple of months have been all about the kids.  If you’re like me, the last few days have been especially.  Back to...

Adult Time Out

Adult Time Out

Heard anyone playing the “I’m busier than you!” game lately? Why are we all running around ragged, trying to be busier than everyone else? Why do we value busyness? Why not, instead, value mindful use of time?

Weight loss = Calories in < Calories out

Weight loss = Calories in < Calories out

Losing weight is a numbers game… calorie intake must be less than calories expended. Sounds simple, but those struggling to take off weight know this is no simple feat.

Jill: A Mom's Perspective

Jill: A Mom's Perspective

One of the greatest gifts you can give your children is a love of physical activity and fitness. Our bodies release chemical endorphins when we exert energy. The “rush” we feel when exercising are the feel-good endorphins at work giving us a more positive and energizing outlook on life.

At Home Workout Tips

At Home Workout Tips

Apps There are several free apps available to help facilitate a healthy lifestyle.  Our favorites are: Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker by MyFitnessPal.  Dr. Piasecki’s mom introduced us to...

Washington Doctor Launches Skincare Line With First Organic Protien, Sericin Silk, That Helps Prevent Skin Cancer and Gives Skin A Youthful Radiant Appearance

Washington Doctor Launches Skincare Line With First Organic Protien, Sericin Silk, That Helps Prevent Skin Cancer and Gives Skin A Youthful Radiant Appearance

In an effort to address the leading cause of cancer in the United States, skin cancer, Dr. Justin Piasecki, the foremost expert in skin health and facial cosmetics, has developed Piasecki MD. Piasecki MD is the first skincare line specifically formulated from scratch by a physician board certified in facial plastic reconstructive surgery that creates a radiant and youthful appearance while at the same time helps to prevent skin cancer.

Month of May Designated As National Skin Cancer Awareness Month

Month of May Designated As National Skin Cancer Awareness Month

Recognized as the most common cause of cancer in the United States, skin cancer accounts for approximately half of all the cancers in the country. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, more than 3.5 million cases of skin cancer are diagnosed each year, with the incidences of skin cancer outnumbering all cases of breast, colon, lung, and prostate cancers combined.