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Facing Depression and Suicide

By Michelle Sullivan
Mental illness and suicide can be hard to understand. Mental Health America of Hawaii shares insight and advice for those suffering and their loved ones.

health DATE: 06/14/18

Is Being Fit Healthy?

By Michelle Sullivan
Working out is healthy, right? It depends on your motivation.

fitness DATE: 08/09/18

Three Reasons to Try a Kickboxing Class

By Trey Takahashi, Fernando Pacheco
Top 3 reasons to try a kickboxing class. Lots of people are intimidated by kickboxing classes, but they’re a great full-body workout. I tried the kickboxing class at the Kapi`olani Women's Center in Honolulu with fellow Well-Being Hawaii blogger, Michelle, and we had a lot of fun. I sweat, laughed, and felt like I lost 20 pounds!

fitness DATE: 05/08/17

New Year’s Evolution: Every Step Counts

By Michelle Cabalse
How’s your New Year’s resolution going? If you're off track, you're not alone. See how one woman took her resolution to the next level.

fitness DATE: 07/16/18

How To Create Your Own Holiday Traditions

By Jessika Garcia
If you’ve recently moved away from home or started a family of your own and want to build new holiday traditions, here are a few of our blogger’s favorite ways to celebrate the holidays.

lifestyle DATE: 12/06/17

Hiking with Dogs: 7 Safety Tips

By Rachel Kuehn
Being active with your dog is one of the joys of being a pet owner, but in Hawaii it's important to remember your furry friend's safety. These tips will help keep you and your dog happy and safe.

fitness DATE: 08/11/16

Cultivating an Attitude of Gratitude

By Jessika Garcia
It's always a good idea to take time out of your day to think of the things you are thankful for to make you happy, but did you know that cultivating an attitude of gratitude can do more than make you a happier person?

lifestyle DATE: 11/23/16

Ways to Reset This Summer

By Lynn Shizumura, Well-Being Hawaii
Make the most of your health and well-being this summer.

health DATE: 07/05/17

Celebrate Art at Honolulu Biennial

By Craig DeSilva
Art is good for your physical health and overall well-being. It can reduce stress, lower blood pressure, and exercise the creative side of your brain. The Honolulu Biennial gives you an opportunity to enjoy paintings, photographs, installations, and other works from 33 contemporary artists throughout Hawaii and the Asia-Pacific region. It brings different cultures together in one show. This is the last weekend to see the Honolulu Biennial. So if you had a busy week, the Biennial is a great way to unwind this weekend while enjoying great art.

lifestyle DATE: 05/05/17

Veterans Stay Active with Gerofit

By Craig DeSilva
Gerofit is a federal health and wellness program for veterans age 65 and older. Three days a week, dozens of Hawaii vets at the Veterans Affairs Pacific Islands Health Care System in Honolulu exercise with weight and cardio machines, do tai chi, and walk around a track.

fitness DATE: 03/05/18