Ashlee Greenlee12 hours ago
The Scale Doesn't Tell the Whole Story
As a certified personal trainer, I encounter a lot of people who are just beginning their fitness journeys. Before we begin any sort of training, I ask questions about each person's health history, cu...
Nancy D16 hours ago
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I find it really depressing that a person nowadays can’t be energetic, enthusiastic, and childlike by nature without others accusing them of either being high or just a plain fruitcake. What’s unusual...
All Natural Food Finds
NatureBox - With the world full of gimmicks, it's nice to find a company that is gimmick free. Plain and simple - $19.95 per month for 5 bags of all natural snacks. You might think... that's $4 per ba...
K. M. James2 days ago
A Message for the Compulsive Daydreamers
I suffered a fairly influential concussion two years ago. I say influential, because I am unaware of the physical severity of it, although I am told that in the emergency room they thought, for at lea...
Laura Gentle2 days ago
The Collective Loneliness of Cancer
When someone faces cancer, they are told many things by medical professionals and loved ones. The one thing no one tells you about living with cancer is the intrinsic loneliness that comes diagnosis. ...
Jack Samuels8 days ago
What Is Dyscalculia & Could You Have It?
You have probably heard of the learning disability "Dyslexia," but its close cousin Dyscalculia rarely comes up in conversation. Despite its low-profile reputation, the disorder is actually quite comm...
Giulia DL15 days ago
5 Tips for Girls at the Gym
I have been a long-standing member of the "lighter" physical activities club. Yoga and pilates were my go-to, with long-time following of Blogilates and Yoga-with-Adriene. 2017 was a bit of a fur-ball...
Chris O'Hanlona month ago
So… There’s Something I Need to Tell You
One of the most violent elements within our society is ignorance. It has the capacity to shape generations, to stir cultural prejudice, and to create fear and discrimination at the expense of those wi...
Delilah Jaydea month ago
Is it Better to Work Out in the Morning or Afternoon?
The other day I was having a conversation with a good friend of mine who is an early riser. She enjoys waking up early, going for a run, and having a nice breakfast before heading to work in the morni...
Samantha Bentleya month ago
Benefits of a Vegan Diet
I’ve gone back and forth with myself about whether to write this or not, when I was given the subject I was excited. But I very quickly reclined and have been putting it off for over a month now. The ...
I Tried the "One Punch Man" Workout for a Week
100 Push Ups. 100 Sit Ups. 100 Squats. 10 Kilometer Run. EVERY. DAY. These are the workout guidelines for Saitama (AKA One Punch Man) the bald protagonist of One Punch Man, who wields godlike powers t...
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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.
Tamara Adie4 days ago
What You Need for Fasted Workouts
Ladies, how many of us have those moments where we think, 'I haven't eaten yet this morning, if I workout now I'll burn away some of this unwanted fat?' Although this idea is a foot in the right direc...
Renner Winston6 days ago
The Power of the Morning Routine
During the first 30 minutes of our day, we make the decision to either move our day forward or ​let our day pass us by. When we get up and MOVE, we immediately create momentum and literally propel our...
Milica Markovic7 days ago
Why Can’t We Sleep When We’re Supposed To?
Those heat waves never seem to lose their fizzle, am I right? They make me, and I’m sure many of you, feel absolutely exhausted during the day. Needless to say, I’m not exactly super simpatico with hu...
Peter Rose4 days ago
Shiatsu: What Is It?
What is SHIATSU? First what it is not! It is not a small hairy animal that barks! It is not an ancient eastern philosophy! What is it then? It is a type of natural therapy that brings great benefit to...
Sanaa Dowd19 days ago
How To Be A Baddie: Series 2
Finally, we get to the part that you’ve probably been waiting for: the exercise regimen. As a whole, baddies are known for their beautiful hourglass figure: big boobs, little waist, and a round butt. ...
jessica young24 days ago
A Horse of a Different Color
Let me tell you, I am seeing interesting things happening. So since we have been fixated on my feet for the last couple days, I totally forgot to tell y’all about the color changes. Get this, my leg c...
Laura Gentle2 days ago
The Collective Loneliness of Cancer
When someone faces cancer, they are told many things by medical professionals and loved ones. The one thing no one tells you about living with cancer is the intrinsic loneliness that comes diagnosis. ...
Adam Stone3 days ago
My Future With T1D
So, recap of the last note, I was diagnosed with Type one Diabetes (T1D). I went to Hawaii, had a blast, and took good care of myself. I took care of myself and kept up with everything for the rest of...
Adam Stone3 days ago
My Wake Up Call with T1D
So I'm now moved into my new apartment with my childhood best friend, that I swore never to move in with, how crazy. This is where the story gets motivational, I had stopped taking my medicine almost ...
A Guide to Boosting Your Brain
All who are reading this have encountered some of the following problems: lack of energy, lack of verbal fluency, brain fog, forgetfulness, or a simple slow feeling in their brain. It's not our fault....
Jennifer Rosea month ago
A Life Once Lead
Last October, Woody Allen came to my school to shoot a movie. I was so excited to have celebrities on my own campus! In fact, when I met him and questioned his status as Mr. Allen himself, he said “Do...
Pearl Cooley2 months ago
Transplant
On June 4th, 2017, at 1:30AM, I was rolled into surgery. On the same day, a family made the difficult decision to let a loved one go, but also to save 8 others lives—including mine. Fast forward to to...
The Time of a Disabled Person Is Not Yours to Waste
Despite the many disabilities there are out there because of this polluted, godforsaken, hell-hole, and wretched planet of a world that sits on the Orion Arm in the Milky Way Galaxy, disabled people’s...
Affliction in the Past Tense
" ...because that was supposed to be the narrative of illness. It was a hurdle you jumped over or a battle you won. Illness is a story told in the past tense." -John Green When I tell people that I ha...
Hannelore Grubera month ago
Weathered Down
Pain is a feeling triggered by the nervous system. One may feel it as a prick, tingle, sting, burn, or ache. Everyone experiences pain at some point or another, yet everyone experiences pain different...
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 Montaño3 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 Moore3 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...
Abby Audenino 14 days ago
How I Became a Happier, Healthier Version of Myself
It’s no secret that being a teenager is an overwhelming time, especially with the added pressure of others, and even ourselves. But the secret to making it easier, is actually no secret at all. I was ...
Indigo Soul15 days ago
A Complete Guide to Prepare and Commit to Getting Fit!
"What is very difficult at first, if we keep on trying, gradually becomes easier."- Helen Keller Did you ever think that you could get fit with no gym requirement? Whether you want to learn how to cha...
Kelsey Lange23 days ago
How To Make Your Own Kombucha at Home
Ever wonder how to make your own kombucha? With only a few steps, the process isn't as hard as you think. With only a few tools and ingredients, about seven steps in total, and some waiting time, you ...
All Natural Food Finds
NatureBox - With the world full of gimmicks, it's nice to find a company that is gimmick free. Plain and simple - $19.95 per month for 5 bags of all natural snacks. You might think... that's $4 per ba...
Tamara Adie3 days ago
The Only Relationship You Can Cheat In
The ever exhilarating, ever captivating, ever allusive cheat day. It sits at the end of the week like a beacon, drawing and tempting you in. Waiting for the day to arrive feels like waiting for Christ...
All Natural Food Finds
I am a HUGE fan of wraps and have been for about ten years. And the very best pairing I have found with a wrap is hummus (hommus). This is a wrap I made with Joseph's lavash bread and garlic lovers hu...
Tarra 17 days ago
On Turning 50
There are various points in life, typically associated with ages that are considered milestones. Rites of passage even. From birth, there are events that occur that mark the evolution and growth of ea...
Rach Murphy18 days ago
What’s It Like to Be an Adult?
"No darling, that's for grownups." I can't pinpoint the exact moment this was said to me for the first time, but I can almost guarantee I was holding a mid 90s Smart Price can of cider...You've probab...
Andrea Dawsona month ago
Knowing Who Needs In-Home Care Assistance
Living at home is something very important to seniors. They enjoy being in the comfort of their own home, and it is important to give them the opportunity to live there as long as possible. That feeli...
Giulia DL3 days ago
3 More Tips for Girls at the Gym
Maybe you're here because you read my other post: 5 Tips for Girls at the Gym. Maybe you're not. Either way, you can never have too many tips and pointers about gym etiquette, or how to maximise both ...
Aerial Fitness Will Be Your New Obsession
At a young age, my mother used to take me to showcases on the Southbank and around London. She worked with the London arts council and ran her own carnivals within schools, taught dance, marked arts a...
Tony Burt6 days ago
How Resting Will Help You Reach Your Goals Faster
It's Sunday morning. On top of working all week, you've been gymming and running for all six days. But you get up anyway, despite the voice in your head telling you to go back to bed, the monsoon outs...
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Karen Philpott5 months ago
Mind Over Matter: Does It Matter?
When it comes to our health, we have many more choices now than in previous decades. More people are taking up the alternative medicine, complementary therapy and homoeopathy routes to help treat exis...
Tia Spahan5 months 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 MICCOLIS7 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...
Chantz Wright4 days ago
How To Start Parkour and Freerunning
Parkour and freerunning is a very unique and different sport. All there is to it is your human body. It's fun, crazy, adventurous, and extremely indescribable. I often get asked this question, "How co...
Delaney Williams12 days ago
Cheer Is Life?
When I was three years old, I went to one of my cousin's cheer competitions to watch her perform and from the second I walked into the arena I fell in love with cheer. I loved the atmosphere, people, ...
David Herbert12 days ago
The Importance of Elbows in Both Self-Defense and Competition Fighting
In today's world, where self-defense knowledge can save your life and possibly others around you, it's good to know the tools at your disposal, especially the ones that can stop an assailant in their ...
Kate Samolenko3 days ago
The Story of Mikao Usui – The Founder of Reiki Healing System
Some people may have only recently heard about energy healing and Reiki because of its growing popularity. Not many realise that Reiki energy has been around for at least thousands of years. In fact, ...
Kate Samolenko10 days ago
Reiki Healing Therapy — What Is It?
You might have heard about Reiki before and probably have some understanding of it. That is not surprising, as spiritual practices like Reiki, Mindfulness, Yoga, Tai Chi, and many others are growing i...
Topacio Bataille14 days ago
5 Ways to Make Mindful Moves
In our society everything moves incredibly fast and it's no different with the time we are given. There are so many of us grinding, trying to pack in as much from our To Do list as possible. At times,...
Little Caviar10 days ago
Core Power Yoga
As I have previously mentioned, one of my 2018 goals is to attend yoga classes more frequently. When my colleague told me Core Power Yoga was offering a week free for new customers, it was a no-braine...
Sonia R.20 days ago
Yoga Is Not for the Flexible...It Is for the Willing
"You should do yoga." I can almost guarantee that someone at some point has probably said this to you. They mean well, and are likely trying to offer you a solution to some problem you may have—pain, ...
Rebecca Keanea month ago
Why Becoming a Yoga Nut Is One of the Best Things I've Ever Done
When did my yoga journey/addiction start? I'll set the scene: Christmas holidays, 2013. Bored, I was browsing magazines on my iPad when my eyes fell upon an edition of a yoga publication. The yogi on ...