Posts in Health + Beauty
Don't kill my vibe: How to cleanse your space

You can tell if the energy in your home is good or bad based on how you feel inside.

A house filled with good energy feels fresh and vibrant, and you feel happy being there. On the other hand, a house drowning in bad vibes feels stifled, stuck, and stagnant - there are a million places you’d rather be! 

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Notes on the Prioritization of Sleep

In this day and age, it can seem like there are more problems than there are hours in the day to solve them, leading to a difficult compromise.  To compensate for the increasing demands for our time and attention, most folks today choose to sleep less and work more, sacrificing a full and refreshing night’s rest for the sake of a few-hour head start on the next day. 

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How To Exercise Without A Gym: 3 Equipment Free Workouts

If you’re like me, then when you get home from work, you’re tired, overwhelmed, overworked, hungry, frustrated, and a slew of other adjectives. Exercising is the last thing you WANT to be doing. You’re already tired! It’s hard. It’s time-consuming. But on the other hand, you feel that nagging voice in your head telling you that you need to exercise. For me, it’s the little voice reminding me that it’s the holiday season and there lots of goodies to be had (or eaten). I feel that sometimes I’m in a state of cognitive dissonance, because I want to live a healthy life. I want to love the body I’ve been given (and worked hard for!)... And I always hear about how exercising invigorates and energizes you. But I’m just so dang tired. So, what’s a busy girl to do?.

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the busy girl's workout

If you are finding your work schedule, social calendar, and networking events are getting in the way of your fitness goals, this workout is for you. I always do this workout when I don't have time to make it to the gym but want really get my sweat on. This workout is filled with fast-paced effective moves that work your entire body and will get your heart pumping in seconds.  Depending on your pace it should take less than 15 minutes, so it will fit into the busiest of schedules.  

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