Month: December 2017

Every year, losing weight, eating healthy, and getting fit compete for the top spot on Americans’ lists of New Year’s resolutions. And by mid-January, the majority of those high-minded health goals have been abandoned, leaving many soured to the idea of positive change in the process. But it doesn’t have to be this way. The
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We’re almost done with the weird week that is the days between Christmas and New Years when you have no idea what day it actually is—you know, that magical period of time when you’ve been wearing PJs for five days straight and show up to Taco Tuesday on a Thursday completely confused. Advertisement – Continue
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Getting into a consistent fitness routine can be tough, especially when you don’t make changes to your overall lifestyle. Although you don’t have to completely overhaul how you live, changing certain habits that seemingly have nothing to do with your workouts can drastically ease your journey to becoming a bolder, fitter version of yourself. There
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Let’s! Talk! About! Reading! There are so many different ways that one can read. One can curl up on the sofa with a good book, poring over pages and pages of prose. One can read by assessing a situation using your instincts or powers of observation, as in “reading a room.” One can also “read”
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Since Balenciaga presented a runway full of rainbow-brite tights, we’ve had… difficulty incorporating them into an IRL wardrobe. One misstep and you unknowingly regress with an outfit consisting of matching houndstooth, headbands, and statement necklaces—that’s full-Blair Waldorf, but with a long decade separating you and the height of her iconic style. ‘Twas cute at the
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Through sludge, snow, and dirt, white sneakers are fickle shoes that need to be replaced more often than your other kicks—not that we’re complaining. We’re living in a post-Stan Smith world, so we’re constantly on the hunt for new options that go with everything. From reliable basics to red-soled Loubs, find our latest favorites, here.
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Never run again — lift more instead! Can getting fit really be that simple? We asked Sarah Chadwell, NASM certified personal trainer and natural bodybuilder, just how you could skip running and still look like a gym goddess. She told POPSUGAR that there are more effective training practices to burn fat and build strength. “You
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The author on stage with her band. As the singer, I often griped at my bandmates for being too loud. But on this particular day five years ago, the volume was deafening, downright painful. “I’m in physical pain!” I hollered. “It’s too loud!” My bandmates looked confused; they stared at me as I fell to
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It’s been over a year(!) since Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 presidential election, and the American people still can’t help but admire the former secretary of state. According to a recent Gallup poll, Clinton is the most admired woman by Americans, edging out Michelle Obama by two percent. This means Clinton has now been named
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Saint Laurent Imaxtree.com Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Sitting beneath the lights of a sparkling Eiffel Tower, it’s hard not to surrender to your most romantic impulses. And everyone at Saint Laurent’s show this season at the Fontaine du Trocadéro—with direct sight lines to the ultimate Paris monument—did just that, turning into unabashed tourists raptly
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Everyone knows the best part of the holidays is being able to wear pajamas from morning until night for days on end without being judged by anyone except maybe your mom. I have been living in these for, let’s just say a while now, and I can’t sing their praises highly enough. They are soft
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Chocolate cravings are real life, just like pizza, fries, and frickles (um, maybe that last one is just me). If you’re the type who can have one nibble of the sweet stuff, then finger snaps for you, but most of us want an ooey-gooey brownie — or four. Luckily, healthy chocolate or vegan, Paleo, or
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