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ASHLEY SMITHan hour ago
Mid-Life Question
I have a seemingly easy question, unfortunately it has a hundred different answers depending on who you ask. Define old age, middle age, and being young? There are many factors to incorporate, many pa...
Emma Smith17 hours ago
Negotiating the Cancer Maze
It's never going to be something that you expect. Old, young, middle age, a tiny child, mother, father, sister, brother, aunty, uncle, grandpa, grandma, neice, nephew, friend... we are all in it toget...
Jonnell B19 hours ago
Grand-Daddy Day-Care: Part Two
I don’t hold it against them. Not the piss, or the vomit or the poor manners, the lapses in thought, the absence of silence. It’s only Week 2, after all. I’m optimistic at 8 AM. Unlike the rest of the...
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Josh Gutkina day ago
3 Convenient Beverage Hacks that Can Boost Your Health
In a world where most of us are too busy living in what seems to be a never-ending rat race, ensuring a nutrient-dense eating agenda can be an arduous task. Here are three beverage hacks that are quic...
Lessons of a Millennial's Awakening
There are many things one can learn throughout their lifetime. Yet, in my personal experience, nothing quite prepares you for life like the lessons you learn from awakening. I myself awakened as a chi...
Kenny Rieley2 days ago
The Art of Giving Up
That long, winding, uphill climb we all feel as just part of our life’s journey — to become a better person. You want to somehow cast out the darker aspects of your very nature, to rid yourself of all...
Anna Pembrey4 days ago
How to Use Meditation to Treat Anxiety and Stress
Meditation can seem daunting to those who are unfamiliar with the practice, and often people believe that there is no way they can possibly clear their mind for long enough to achieve any benefit. We ...
Mindfulness and Meditation
Interest in mindfulness meditation, yoga, and related practices have skyrocketed throughout the Western world. Although meditation has been documented to have its origins in the Indian Vedas (1500 BCE...
Charlie Tyrell19 days ago
Calling All Chubsters
It’s considered rude to ask a woman her weight. Heck, it would be rude to ask a man. Women balk and blush at the idea of sharing that number or their dress size, and you can tell they are nearly alway...
Andrea Dawsona month ago
If You Experience Excessive Sweating, You May Suffer from Hyperhidrosis
What is normal sweating? Under normal conditions, the human body sweats between 0.8 to 1.4 litres per hour during a good exercise or strenuous work. Sweat does more than a few good things for our body...
Vanessa Diasa month ago
A Morning Routine to Make the Most of Your Day
Waking up this morning, I smile. 24 brand new hours are before me. I vow to live fully in each moment. –Thich Nhat Hanh I used to struggle a lot to wake up in the morning and do something for myself. ...
Matthew Ehrlicha month ago
A Big Man's Hollywood
*Note — I wrote this article ten years ago. Since then, I've moved back to New York, got married and left the industry. I currently work in nonprofits as the National Director of a small organization ...
Fit & Fabulous
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.
Nicole Blomerus5 days ago
Weathering Childhood Surgery
Hearing that your child needs surgery, for whatever reason, is a scary venture for any parent. It doesn’t matter if it’s emergency surgery for the first time, or the 10th time and scheduled in advance...
Eric Burdon7 days ago
Why I Don’t Have An Alarm Clock
BEEP BEEP BEEP! For those of you who aren’t aware of that sound, that was supposed to be an alarm clock. For many people this device could be a device from hell, a pain in the ass, or perhaps some oth...
Kathryn Barnsley13 days ago
How To Clean Your Makeup Brushes Correctly
Makeup brushes are, of course, a very vital part of your daily makeup routine but over time can become clogged with oils, dead skin cells and old makeup. This can lead to bacteria growing on your brus...
How to Heal a Sprained Wrist Quickly
Dealing with a sprained wrist can be quite the painful and uncomfortable experience. You may be an active person who likes to play sports or someone who has a busy work life and can’t afford to take t...
Katheryn Oakley9 days ago
My Story of Chronic Illness
I have been chronically ill now for two years and only recently diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis. Over these two years, I have learned a lot about people. I have seen ...
Julie Nevin18 days ago
Spasmodic Dysphonia
These are two words I had never heard of before despite having lived with this chronic neurological condition for fifteen years. Working as a nurse specialist was a daily challenge until I was finally...
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Josh Gutkina day ago
3 Convenient Beverage Hacks that Can Boost Your Health
In a world where most of us are too busy living in what seems to be a never-ending rat race, ensuring a nutrient-dense eating agenda can be an arduous task. Here are three beverage hacks that are quic...
Heather Cotter6 days ago
Discovery of a Seizure Disorder
No one ever wants to be sick, to have issues. I was used to taking medication for different reasons my entire life. But starting my college years, I never thought this would be such a tiring process. ...
5 Ways to Find Inner Peace When Surrounded By Constant Drama
Whether you work outside the home, inside the home, have kids, don't have kids, live by yourself, live with your spouse, live with any of your family or even your friend or friends, days can become st...
Rebecca Sharrocka month ago
We All Possess Different Kinds of Memory
Our memories are a very important part of our life because they make up our entire experience of living. Without our memories, we would have no sense of self or any other sense of being alive. There a...
Justin Hendersona month ago
The Pursuit of Happiness
Are you happy? With yourself? With what you have? As society progresses, the people living in it seem to believe more and more in an external happiness. A happiness that is in objects and the many phy...
Braiden Pergisa month ago
Starting Points and Self Perception
There will be several points in your life where you will ask, “Who am I?” Each point may be at a pivotal moment in your life ranging from your sexuality, your career plans, or even a change in your li...
Neha Vashista month ago
Colouring Outside the Lines
It took a 4-year-old boy and a box of crayons. I was volunteering with a children's camp the summer when I met him. Black hair framed his chubby cheeks and brought out the hazel tinges along the rims ...
Jemima Housea month ago
A Structure for Freedom
Freedom definition: the power or right to act, speak or think as one wants — the state of not being imprisoned or enslaved. We are creatures of habit. Homeostasis requires it. Too much shock too quick...
Victoria Reeves8 days ago
The Clearance Aisle
Everyone loves a good deal, so a clearance aisle is definitely attractive to most people. There is nothing better than a marked down item or a 50% off clearance, but are some of these deals too good t...
19 Things I Learned by 19
Believe it or not, you will miss high school. It may have caused you a lot of heartache, grief and stress then, but the memories you will cherish forever. Stay in school, nothing is needed more in ter...
Amanda Zylstraa month ago
Lush Products: My Least Favorite!
I have purchased many different Lush items over the years. All opinions are that of my own based on personal experience. I bought all of these items with my own money. This brand is really hit or miss...
Victoria Reeves8 days ago
The Clearance Aisle
Everyone loves a good deal, so a clearance aisle is definitely attractive to most people. There is nothing better than a marked down item or a 50% off clearance, but are some of these deals too good t...
Kaitlyn Lo23 days ago
How To Become a Mentally Strong Person
What makes someone a good leader, parent, athlete, or entrepreneur? Why do some people accomplish their dreams where others fail? Recent studies have found that intelligence only accounts for a very s...
How I Lost 20 Pounds Within 2 Months with MyFitnessPal
I've never been one to put a lot of stock in fad diets. I'm sure a lot of people have had a great deal of success with things like the Paleo or Atkins plans. Personally, I'd rather enjoy my meals. Usi...
Must Have Clean Eating Cookbooks
When I was around 15 years old, I used to read Oxygen Magazine. For those not in the know, Oxygen is a female bodybuilder's magazine — and yes, I really do enjoy following female bodybuilders and lear...
Pat Cooper14 days ago
How to Food Shop Healthily
Making healthy choices while food shopping isn't the easiest thing to do. Many companies turn a profit by lying to their consumers and putting attractive labels on their products, such as organic or l...
Natalie Froome16 days ago
The Foods that Claim to Boost Your Brain Power
Feeling sluggish? Finding it hard to concentrate for long periods of time? It could be down to what you’re eating. We all know that nutrition is hugely important to how your body functions. You get ou...
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ASHLEY SMITHan hour ago
Mid-Life Question
I have a seemingly easy question, unfortunately it has a hundred different answers depending on who you ask. Define old age, middle age, and being young? There are many factors to incorporate, many pa...
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ASHLEY SMITH5 days ago
Alzheimer's
I will start writing for this site with a subject that many will worry about. This is losing their memory, losing their mobility, or losing their coordination. I have been caring for people with vario...
Kai Pedersen21 days ago
You Did Look That Young. Here’s How
In thinking a few days ago, I happened to randomly stumble across a thought; An idea to explain the phenomenon of how every time we look at a new group of students or a new age group they seem to look...
Lizzie Bee3 days ago
My First Fitness Blog!
My new fitness journey began in May. Before that, I had not really paid much attention to my exercise and eating habits. Not only was I in school and working part time, but my energy levels left me fe...
Jus L'amore10 days ago
5 Women Weight Training Myths Debunked
It seems there is a never-ending supply of advice when it comes to working out and losing weight. I am no better myself; I am obsessed with learning everything I can in regards to exercise regimes, br...
Jessica Herring20 days ago
Biggest Indoor Exercise Mistakes
It is very convenient for people to stay home and exercise at their leisure when they have a busy schedule and don't want to be forced to pay for a gym membership or have a fear of the gym. But it can...
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Tia Spahan17 days ago
Is Botox Safe? Botox for Beginners
Are you interested in getting Botox but terrified of looking like the frozen faces you see in Hollywood? Or that you heard you are putting poison in your face and are worried about the safety aspects ...
Jacquelyn Miccolis2 months ago
Conventional vs. Holistic Medicine
Conventional and holistic medicine are both million dollar industries. When it comes down to it, everyone is looking for a cure to what ails them. There are countless arguments for and against both, o...
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Simonex 3 months ago
How to Get Rid of the Depression Trap
The representatives of the beautiful sex are trapped in depression three times more often than the male half of the poopulation. This has its logical explanation based on the psychological, physiologi...
Sam Fogleman17 days ago
The Runner's Bookshelf
The prospect of running long distances is intimidating. It's why we tend to heap praise on those who complete long journeys — because the power it takes to endure anything through pain is amazing. Oft...
How to Choose a Running Shoe
The most important thing a runner needs is shoes. A lot of novice runners flock to the wick-away shirts, spandex leggings, or iPod armbands; but the truth is, these things don’t help you become a bett...
Disc Golf Changed My Life
The first time I ever played disc golf was the result of a friend of mine bugging me about it for a good month solid. He kept telling me about this thing where you take Frisbees that aren’t actually F...
Anna Pembrey4 days ago
How to Use Meditation to Treat Anxiety and Stress
Meditation can seem daunting to those who are unfamiliar with the practice, and often people believe that there is no way they can possibly clear their mind for long enough to achieve any benefit. We ...
Emma Tapsell8 days ago
10 Days of Silence
The first three days are easy! I am so cocky, virtually skipping through the residence shouting “I’m a great meditator! I’m a great meditator!” (in Noble Silence, of course). How liberating the strict...
Mindfulness and Meditation
Interest in mindfulness meditation, yoga, and related practices have skyrocketed throughout the Western world. Although meditation has been documented to have its origins in the Indian Vedas (1500 BCE...
Bhavsagar Bath9 days ago
Yoga: Spiritual Ascension, Or Objective Failure?
Have you seen the new fitness fad? No, its not Crossfit, but Crossfitters are starting to do it. Along with bodybuilders, strength trainers and the like. Yoga has exploded in the western world. From p...
Vanessa Diasa month ago
A Morning Routine to Make the Most of Your Day
Waking up this morning, I smile. 24 brand new hours are before me. I vow to live fully in each moment. –Thich Nhat Hanh I used to struggle a lot to wake up in the morning and do something for myself. ...
sarah moa month ago
Shifting from Discipline to Ritual
Habits. If you’re into the world of self-improvement and personal growth, you’ve probably spent some time revising, breaking, and introducing new ones into your daily regime. Whether that activity is ...