Sleep is something that every body craves. So why does everyone struggle with it periodically? You’ve tried to do it right – you skip caffeine late in the day; you don’t eat a heavy meal right before bed; you make sure the light... Read more
Starting a fitness program doesn’t have to be overwhelming when you are armed with the proper tools to get things rolling. Once you’ve committed to getting in shape, there are several things you can do to ensure you’ll exceed your s... Read more
We all know how fantastic working out is for your health. But what happens when your workouts aren't delivering the results you want? Or you're not getting the results you think you should be getting? While any kind of physical activity is go... Read more
We get it: Staying on the healthy train is hard work. It's easier to skip the workout, to order the takeout, to get sucked into the online drama, to succumb to the sweet treat—but the path of least resistance isn't conducive with that l... Read more
Working from home may seem like a dream. You have no boss popping up behind you. No employees to interrupt you with the latest office gossip. No donuts to avoid. But, working from home—with all of its perks and pluses—also presents some u... Read more
My kids sleep with me and my husband. And my 5 month old woke up crying so I was getting up to feed her and then all of a sudden she rolled on her side and went to back to sleep. Now who's wide awake? Lol #momlife... Read more
Start today, right where you are, don't try to fix any catastrophes or disasters. Instead claw your way out of chaos by proactively organizing today, for tomorrow. Today think about, plan, get out, prep, & take care of, exercise clothes, regular clo... Read more
Sneak those pounds away - set your kitchen timer.....20 minutes, and hour....whatever time you have....and work like a whirlwind.....straightening, wiping, folding, vacuuming. The object is to not sit down and keep moving. When the timer goes off..... Read more
Do you get that afternoon slump even on plenty of sleep? It’s normal. “Natural circadian rhythms cause your core temperature to drop between 1 and 3 o’clock, making your brain think it’s bedtime,” says Michael Breus, PhD... Read more
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We often hear about how some celebrity spends two hours at the gym six days a week, or who eats exactly 1,300 calories per day in order to get into killer shape, but the truth is that many working actors are working just as many hours... Read more
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