For those looking for a unique new addition to the family, there are many (legal) exotic pets available locally — including birds, rabbits, reptiles, arachnids, rodents and more.
If you’re a dog owner reading this, we’re guessing you consider your pup to be a valued member of your family. So why not treat your furry friend to the finer things in life like a day at the spa, a personalized photo shoot with a professional pet photographer or a stay at a luxury boarding facility?
Each year, a staggering 2.7 million adoptable dogs and cats are euthanized in the United States simply because their time ran out — they were never adopted from the shelter.
We asked three local chefs to share their easy, go-to recipes to help you gain confidence in the kitchen. Throw on an apron and pretend you’re starring in your own cooking show, because kids, we do want you to try this at home.
If you’re stuck in a cooking rut or looking to build your culinary skills, cooking classes are the way to go. You’ll add a little variety to your recipe book, learn some trade secrets and have something to eat at the end of it all.
While it’s tempting to hide under the covers and marathon Netflix until spring arrives, we’ve wrangled up a list of places that’ll take your mind off the sub-zero temperatures. From hot tub escapes to sunless tanning, yoga, and arts and crafts, this list might just help you shake your mid-winter slump, all without having to be outside.
Seasonal depression is REAL. With shorter days and less sun, it can be hard to find the energy to get outside and explore. But wait — adventuring in the winter can be so rewarding!
Jon Holmes of Bill & Paul’s Sporthaus gave us the rundown on winter activities that require little to no experience or training. And believe us, Jon Holmes is winter’s number one fan. “I absolutely love winter,” he said.
Hygge (pronounced "hoo-ga") is an old Danish concept that helps Danes get through the long, dark winter. It loosely translates as a sense of comfort, togetherness and well-being. If you suffer from the wintertime blues, this practice can put all that to rest. Read on to find out how to cozy up your home and life.
If you’re starting to feel like your mood is falling as fast as the thermometer, you’re likely suffering from SAD — seasonal affective disorder. While this can make your work and social life difficult, it can wreak havoc on your intimate relationships. We talked with West Michigan-based sex and relationship expert Dr. Megan Stubbs about how to let love win, even in the coldest of seasons.
It’s a new year and everyone’s trying to get fit. We picked the brains of fitness experts around West Michigan to find out what keeps them motivated and on track with their New Year’s Resolutions.
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