Whether you're looking to museum hop, hike in a national park or plant yourselves at a kid-friendly beach resort, our family travel guide has you covered.
As a mom of a tiny baby, you might be finding it difficult to find time to run errands or respond to texts — forget about commuting to the gym and back. Luckily, there are hundreds of online workout options available, ranging from five-minute sessions you can do while baby is in her bouncy seat to longer videos best saved for naptime.
You hear a lot about fiber, and now that you're pregnant, it's even more important that you get enough of this special type of carbohydrate. You'll need 25 to 35 grams of fiber per day while you're expecting, and while that might sound overwhelming at first, but it's easy to hit if you're eating a well-rounded diet.
Few parts of the world offer as much sun, sand, and sex appeal as the 7,000-plus islands of the Caribbean. Whether you're looking for total seclusion, all-inclusive amenities, affordable packages, or relative ease of travel, there's something for everyone—at every price point.
Parents who love to visit new places might consider choosing travel for a nursery theme: Not only are vehicles like planes, trains and cars total kid-pleasers, it's never too early to start teaching your little global citizen about the ideas of exploration, tolerance and diversity.
Strala Yoga founder Tara Stiles shares her morning routine and three poses to boost your energy — plus a super easy "game changer."...
Let's be honest: Newborn babies are adorable, but during the early weeks, they just lie around a lot. That's why parents anxiously wait for the developmental milestone of rolling over, which shows that their little one is moving towards independence.
In the early weeks and months, your baby isn't exactly ready to kick a soccer ball or put together a puzzle, but there are plenty of fun ways to engage with her that’ll have important long-term benefits for her physical and mental development.
With Cinco de Mayo just days away, the annual proliferation of margarita shots on social media is inevitable. Want to make yours stand out? TODAY caught up with four bartenders who are experimenting with garnishes like flower petals, fresh herbs and distinctive fruit toppers like kumquat slices.
If you're the type who views summer simply as a progression from one deliciously distinctive cocktail to the next, showing up at a barbecue where the coolers are packed mostly with beer can make you feel a bit, well, high and dry.
Some of the stories are simple, like the one from Kelly O'Donnell, a former Rhode Island bank teller who recalled the time she told a customer she was having a bad day, only to have the woman return later with a bag of peanut M&M's to cheer her up.
Your child's teacher just emailed the supply list, your mailbox is stuffed with back-to-school circulars, and piles of perfectly stacked notebooks are taunting you from store aisles. But there's no need to panic and lose those good summer vibes: Just take a few deep, cleansing breaths before checking out these foolproof shopping strategies.
Luckily, there are dozens of dishes you can make with simple ingredients that you've probably already got in your refrigerator, freezer or pantry. With the creative options below, you'll never complain that "There's nothing to eat in the house!" again.