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09
Jan 2013
Author: 
fig team
Walking and Moving. Source: Flickr, Garry Knight

The word “exercise” conjures up different images for everyone, from gyms packed wall to wall with equipment, to fast-paced Zumba classes, to hiking outdoors. For some, it may even stir up feelings of dread. Most experts recommend that adults should participate in 2.5 hours of exercise weekly, which can be broken down into 30 minutes of exercise 5 days a week. But, how do you start?

31
Dec 2012
Author: 
fig team
New Years Fireworks. Source: Fotopedia, Booyah Kasha

About 45% of Americans make New Year’s resolutions every year. Many of them may lose sight of their goals within a month or two, but those who set explicit resolutions are ten times more likely to achieve them compared to those who don’t. So, what’s the difference?

23
Dec 2012
Author: 
fig team
Fig Holiday Card

This holiday season, make sure your friends are on Santa's new list by inviting them to Fig!

18
Dec 2012
Author: 
fig team
Stretch and Refresh. Source: Pixabay

Many of us look forward to the holiday season as a time of joy and fun. But we are all prone to occasionally feeling stressed or overwhelmed from the long list of demands this time of year can bring. 

07
Dec 2012
Author: 
fig team
Winter Food. Source: Pixabay

Winter brings more than just shorter days and colder temperatures. This time of year also presents an opportunity to expand your food horizons and get your taste buds excited for all the variety the season has to offer.

01
Dec 2012
Author: 
fig team
Holiday Collection. Image Source: Pixabay

The holidays can be an incredibly joyful but also stressful time of the year. It can be easy to feel overwhelmed in the midst of a busy December as tasks and events pile up.

22
Nov 2012
Author: 
fig team
Modern Family Thanksgiving. Source: Rockwell, ABC

Somewhere between cooking and devouring a holiday feast, watching football, and starting your Christmas shopping, you can find the deeper meaning of Thanksgiving.

20
Nov 2012
Author: 
fig team
Wellness journey. Image Source: Pixabay

The definition of “wellness” has changed over time. Wellness used to mean not being sick.

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