"Staycation" can help establish a healthier lifestyle

08/5/2010 | Washington Post, The

Instead of a vacation try a "staycation" at home to boost your exercise regimen and get into a healthier routine, registered dietitian and reality-TV show host Felicia Stoler says. If you aren't paying for hotels and travel, you can afford to hire a personal trainer, chef and nutritionist to help you get your plan started and work through any obstacles.

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