Good for nothing.

There is a reawakening toward the value of … nothing. Doing nothing. Rather than feeling irresponsible (and creating bad health) for not grinding it out day and night over a 60 hour work week, we are now becoming aware and engaging in the art of doing nothing. And we’re better for it.

The Holiday Red Zone

For our health, the ‘Red Zone’ is the holiday season – from November to January. As it is, the seasonal change is hard on our immune system, and it’s the beginning of cold and flu season (and in the U.S. let’s not forget the disruption to our health caused by the Daylight Savings Time change).