biking

Resolutions often fail because they are not “focused, specific or organized. They need to be achievable and measurable on a daily basis. (Photo: University Cancer Centers)

Quitting Cigarettes

One of the Toughest New Year’s Resolutions Most New Year’s resolutions fail. A study by the United Kingdom’s Royal Society of Public Health found that that “quitting smoking is the most difficult resolution to keep.” Only 4 percent of those who attempt to quit smoking
Read More
The DMV ranked 86th out of the 100 fattest cities in a recent survey by D.C.-based WalletHub. (Photo: AP)

Fattest Cities in America

DMV Ranks 86th Out of 100 Fattest Cities Americans are the fattest people in the world. More than 70 percent of the U.S. population is overweight or obese, but a recent study by D.C.-based WalletHub, a personal finance website that ranks American states and cities on a variety of
Read More
(Photo courtesy of dc.capitalcitybiketours.com)

It’s Like Riding A Bike

Things I’ve Forgotten About Cycling Today I completed a beach-life rite of passage: I used my bicycle as transportation on an actual road with cars. To be perfectly honest, I hadn’t used a bike as transportation in about a dozen years. I got myself a beach cruiser from a
Read More