14 Aug
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How To Create A Self-Care Routine That Actually Sticks.

Self-care is more than just a trendy buzzword. Setting aside time for yourself can make a huge difference in your physical, emotional and mental health. But sometimes, your self-care routine may not be so caring after all. A recent study found that the way some people schedule time for leisure can take the fun out of it. Doing […]

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13 Apr
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A 2-Move Workout That Will Challenge Your Entire Body.

Yes, there is such a thing as a two-move workout. So basically, your dreams just came true. You can thank Women’s Health’s 2017 Next Fitness Star Betina Gozo for that. It’s all part of her new guidebook – The Woman’s Guide to Strength Training. The two moves at play here are the half-kneeling wood chop and […]

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11 Apr
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Sara Geber’s Truth: Facing Chronic Disease With Confidence.

Living with a chronic disease is no easy feat, and it gets even harder when that illness changes your outer appearance as much as Sara Geber’s has. Thankful for the kind words of a random stranger, Sara wrote the following letter to thank her for the empowering confidence boost. I don’t know how hard it […]

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29 Mar
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How to Start Meditation, The Simple Way!

When it comes to meditation, everyone starts out as rookies. There are so many different ways to get started and it can certainly be confusing with all the noise on this topic right now. Different teachers, styles, studios, apps, courses, workshops, and retreats can make the choice on how or where to begin overwhelming. Meditation […]

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17 Aug
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WEF: How to Create a Long Lasting Happiness.

How can I create and live a happier life? You can start by focusing your energy and attention on these sciencetifically proven facts. Korb’s research demonstrated that your thoughts—and the emotions you feel in response to those thoughts—have a profound impact on surprising areas of your brain. Guilt and shame, for example, activate the brain’s […]

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