Carol King3 hours ago
Why Is It so Hard to Lose Weight?
Why is it so hard to lose weight? I am 28 years old, I’m 5'3'' with “Nanny King” boobs, as my family lovingly refers to them. This is their kind way of saying gigantic and will some day see your knees...
Linda Paul5 hours ago
Holistic Health
The shamans and healers of old always looked at the whole person they were treating. They knew that a person was so much more than just a physical vessel called the body. In fact, treating the soul wa...
Rachel Anna day ago
Take Responsibility
Day 16 08/06/2018 Hey everyone, welcome back to day 16. I thought this would be a good topic to talk about that kind of goes along with discipline. And that is taking responsibility. But what do I mea...
The Importance of Self Care!
I've been dealing with depression for a few years now and have also been dealing with some other health issues. I have been to the doctors multiple times in the last two months recently to deal with t...
On the Fine Art of Concussions
I apparently am the poster child of concussions. I have had more than the average bear, that’s definitely showing my age. Anyway, back to my concussion. I fell in February. I slid on a petrified piece...
Charmaine Ca day ago
60 Miles in 60 Days (Week 1)
Week 1 I’ve been thinking about writing this for a while and I thought it was time since I had just finished my third Nike Running App programme with little success. The goal was to complete 12 miles ...
Lulu B. 🍁a day ago
20 Ways to Practice Self Care
What is self care? It is a practice that allows you to know your worth. One who participates in self care has the goal of receiving positive thoughts of themselves.
Shanice Harrison11 days ago
8 Cheap and Fun Ways to Get Fit Without Going to the Gym
Are you someone who wants to get fit but doesn't have either the time or money to regularly go the gym? Or do you have a gym membership but rarely use it? Or is it that you secretly hate the gym but f...
Alix McCormick23 days ago
How to Get Back on Track
Hello my little lovelies! So two weeks ago I went to see my husband in Connecticut and I had a wonderful time seeing him. It was great seeing him after two months without personally seeing each other....
Samantha Bentleya month ago
Exercise Trends You Need to Try If You Love Yoga
Calling all my fellow yogis! I LOVE yoga, don’t you? It’s so diverse. There are so many variations, so many new things to try! When I first started yoga (almost a decade ago) it wasn’t so wide spread ...
Bethany Ashlyna month ago
Short Term and Long Term Benefits of Yoga
I've never been the biggest in fitness activities. From a very young age, I knew sports would never come naturally to me and hand-eye coordination was impossible. I did practice ballet for several yea...
Ashley Washington2 months ago
Chocolate: Guilty Pleasure or Innocent Until Proven Guilty?
TRY to imagine a world without chocolate. No more hot chocolate, hot fudge, or red velvet. Almost every type of sweet food can incorporate chocolate. The local grocery stores are filled with chocolate...
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Share your fitness journey and show off your fabulous results.
Clean Eating
Eat this, not that, and other clean eating basics.
BambooMoves Yoga
BambooMoves Yoga is a welcoming community for people of all backgrounds to train their body, mind, and spirit in a nurturing yet challenging practice. Located in Forest Hills NY, Englewood NJ, Palisades Park NJ, and Baltimore MD.
emily ea day ago
Stress for High School Students
Being a student myself, I have dealt with a seemingly unbearable pressure from my parents, teachers, and peers. This has caused me a massive amount of stress, but how does one relax with everything go...
Red Adair4 days ago
Should You Get a Facelift?
If, like over 2000 people last year (2017) in the UK, you are contemplating giving nature a helping hand and having a facelift, you should make sure your surgeon is the right man or woman for the job....
Kendall Cardoza6 days ago
5 Ways to De-Stress When You Are Short on Time
STRESS, a six-letter word that nearly all Americans struggle with. Stress can be very... well, stressful! It is not easy to cope with and can potentially lead to medical issues down the road. (Trust m...
Here and Now
Our brain is essentially the central processor of a system that works in wondrous ways that most of us have no comprehension of at all. Symbolically, we are not that different to a computer and our br...
Raunak Sapkotaa month ago
Turn Your Life Around With the Alexander Technique
Frederick Alexander came up with the Alexander Technique in the 1890s when he found that a loss of voice during public speeches was bothering him quite a bit. When he got down to the root of it, he di...
Kathy Lester2 months ago
How to Avoid Cubicle Obesity
It was a brisk Monday morning as I woke up around 7:45 AMto get ready for my normal 30-minute commute to work. I had gotten dressed, put on my makeup, brushed my hair, and headed out the door into my ...
On the Fine Art of Concussions
I apparently am the poster child of concussions. I have had more than the average bear, that’s definitely showing my age. Anyway, back to my concussion. I fell in February. I slid on a petrified piece...
Shae Nicole2 days ago
Chagas Disease
Chagas Disease is a disease that is transmitted from insects to animals and people. Chagas Disease is a tropical parasitic disease caused by protozoan flagellate Trypanosoma cruzi found in insect vect...
Katie Stanley4 days ago
Living with Tourette Syndrome
The symptoms for me started early. As young as 7-years-old. Watching back old home movies, I can see myself showing signs, but back then we didn’t know exactly what was happening. Fast forward to six ...
Rachel Anna day ago
Take Responsibility
Day 16 08/06/2018 Hey everyone, welcome back to day 16. I thought this would be a good topic to talk about that kind of goes along with discipline. And that is taking responsibility. But what do I mea...
Andrea Calayan2 months ago
Are You Grounded?
With the increasing popularity of (and need for) meditation and mindfulness, one crucial aspect is becoming overlooked: grounding. Being grounded is crucial, especially when collective energies are hi...
Jessye Gould3 months ago
TBI, Depression, and Memory
After my car accident almost three years ago, the term TBI was tossed around by my doctors for a while. And other terms that were kicked around at appointments were depression and emotional lability. ...
Emily Frank2 days ago
Selling My Body?
We've all heard the stories of college kids selling plasma to make ends meet; well people, that's my story. Unfortunately, my part time job wasn't cutting it when it came to rent, tuition, groceries, ...
Angel Mann18 days ago
Autism Friends and Family Camp
Being an adult with autism, who is on the higher end of the spectrum as far as independence goes, is a unique experience. Here is how I sometimes try to explain it to people. Imagine that you have a c...
Amy McMillan18 days ago
Deaf Girl in a Noisy World
Hey! Welcome back to another rambling post of mine... As I'm writing this, it is 2:30 AM on a Friday morning. Unfortunately, I'm still suffering from shingles and up late thinking about creative and e...
My Top 7 Migraine Self-Care Tips
Migraines don’t always affect everyone in the same way, some people get warning signs and some don’t, they can come with a wide variety of symptoms that not everyone gets but there are some ways of tr...
Leslie Montaño10 months ago
T1D Christmas Wishlist
Christmas is approaching and if you don't know what to get a T1D in your life, here's a list of my top ten picks! Want to treat yo' self? Go ahead! (Feel free to drop this list to a spouse or loved on...
Katie Moore10 months ago
Top 10 Comments of the Chronically Ill
The life of a chronically ill person (a spoonie) is one with many daily obstacles. It is tiring, tough, and often many have a hard time expressing their difficult journey. If you suspect this is the c...
Michelle Hill22 days ago
Overcoming Insomnia
I know I lot of people suffer from Insomnia. I'm one of them. Started when I was younger, I think I was about eight or nine. I found myself not being able to sleep, and when I did it I would only slee...
CosCom Writers2 months ago
Purify the Body – Using the Detoxification Agent
"Supply the body with new substances and to liberate it from waste to the last corner. The body can usually dispose of the waste that is produced on a daily basis via its excretory mechanisms. However...
Theo Zodda2 months ago
How to Influence Neuroplasticity
Simple Techniques to Change Your Brain
Emily Timmons4 days ago
How Nutrition Saved Me
This has taken me a while to write, and a while to be able to publish this.
This my story of how I found holistic nutrition, and why it means so much to me.
So of course, like most teenagers, I had ki...
Ultimate Keto Diet Food List
Losing weight with a ketogenic diet is one of the newest diet trends out there, and many consider it to be very effective. With the ketogenic diet, you train your body to stay in ketosis so that it bu...
Kylie Jane22 days ago
Why I Changed My Eating Habits
Our day-to-day habits and actions affect who we are. We can’t control everything, but there are things we can. The kind of lifestyle we live is based on our habits and choices we make. Situations may ...
Longevity: Why I Want to Make it to the Next Century
I want to see what happens to the human race and this planet for one. For another, I would like to finish my life’s work. I know that type-1 diabetes means my life expectancy is 69, but come on. Serio...
Mariah Harveya month ago
Adulting Is Fun (Totally Sucks)
Do you remember the nostalgia of your childhood? Running down the streets, playing tag amongst other things, and summer vacations. God, I loved summer vacation. The feeling of the last day of school. ...
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Dr. Williams2 months ago
When Time Marches On
Ask anyone when they reach a certain age if they are more fearful or less adventurous? My guess is that the older one gets the more apprehensive and fearful with each passing year we seem to be. When ...
Charmaine Ca day ago
60 Miles in 60 Days (Week 1)
Week 1 I’ve been thinking about writing this for a while and I thought it was time since I had just finished my third Nike Running App programme with little success. The goal was to complete 12 miles ...
Emily Frank3 days ago
No Gym... No Problem
I used to work at a gym back in my hometown; therefore, I had a free membership and access to a gym whenever I wanted. Even at Texas Tech there was an amazing gym I could workout at whenever I wanted ...
Melody Humby6 days ago
10 Incredible Tips to Help You on Your Fitness Journey
People struggle with losing weight all the time. There is no simple secret to success because everyone's body is different. The important things to remember when trying to make healthy lifestyle chang...
Adele casta month ago
Interesting F#*king Facts About Tourettes!
In my life, so many times when I have told people I have Tourette Syndrome, they either don't know what it is exactly or only know one version of it... (the swearing kind.) I have lived with this cond...
Austin Wilsona month ago
Autism Awareness - Fresh Fruits and Vegetables May Cause Autism
Links found between chemicals in the autistic brain and vegetation.
Jamie Papworth2 months ago
The Aspartame Conspiracy
Earlier this year, my life was devastated. For years my family has made a big deal out of A.G. Barr’s magical Irn-Bru at Christmas times, and it's been a family tradition for the last 20 years to have...
jenna prosperi16 days ago
Why Running Matters
When I tell people I'm a runner, I am accustomed to getting very bewildered reactions. They wrinkle their noses, groan, tell me I'm crazy. And then they ask me "Why??" "Why would you EVER want to do T...
Greg Goodman19 days ago
The Man Most Unlikely to Be an Athlete… at 58
Working in the senior care field, I am often pleasantly surprised by the energy and verve I see in my aging friends who are 30 and even 40 years older than me. I, too, hope that I will break down the ...
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Brian a month ago
Casual Training Into My 40s
I've never been the most athletic person. I mostly played video games and watched TV during my childhood. During high school I was a chubby teenager. In my early 20s I finally discovered bboying (brea...
Sada Arroz7 days ago
Top 5 Must Haves for Your Meditation Space
Do you ever want to revamp your meditation space? Maybe you're just beginning to get ideas for your sweet surrender? No matter what phase you are in in your journey along peace and enlightenment, ther...
Trinity Lauren12 days ago
Anxie-tree
.....and breathe. Focusing on your breathing may seem like something that is totally unimportant when life's catastrophic happenings arise. Breathe in through your abdomen. Feel your whole body, not j...
Cody Kost13 days ago
Meditation for the Perpetually Reluctant
There is always a trend with those of us who shuffle around busy and yet aware of what we should be doing; we remark, "oh yeah I'm going to do that." When it comes to things that impact our health on ...
Alys P7 days ago
What Yoga Taught Me
Like many people, I thought I couldn't do yoga because I wasn't starting out as my most flexible or healthy self. I had done gymnastics and cheerleading in the past (over 16 years ago), but that flexi...
Indigo Soul13 days ago
7 Life-Changing Tips to Overcome Anxiety and Decrease Stress Naturally!
Every year, over 30 million people worldwide, suffer from mental health issues, with it surfacing in three out of four people during childhood. In today's world, stress and anxiety are everywhere we t...
Shyanne Dean21 days ago
Yoga; Physically vs. Mentally, Abundantly, Fulfilling, Spiritually
Yoga; to me such a widely defined practice. Some use Yoga for stretching and exercise. Some apply it to their weekly workouts and some only do yoga every once in a while. When it comes to the word “yo...