To make it an occasion (not enough of one to warrant real pants though, don't worry) make your viewing party more fun and festive with this drinking game (nominee-themed cocktail recipes included).
Although I applaud the PLL writers for throwing in at least three twists a season that make me jump out...
If you only pop champagne once a year, check out these cocktail recipes to start...and end...your night right. Happy 2015!
At the start of October every year I get excited. The leaves are changing colors, the temperature starts getting more comfortable, and there are pumpkin products everywhere.
Nov 7, 2014
DO drink more water than you think you need, or want. Just keep chugging.
Oct 31, 2014
I've decided to prep you all with a list of things you COULD be doing to make this transition a little easier AND to make sure you don't suddenly stop working out because baby it's cold outside.
Chicago recently had a cold snap which really jolted me into the fall spirit. I’ve been in an absolutely fabulous mood for about two weeks.
What makes the Basis Band different is that it not only tracks your activity and measures things like heart rate, skin temperature and steps taken throughout your day, it uses these measurements to help you set and achieve goals you previously select within the app/website.
Although the events of yesterday afternoon's FB outage were a bit traumatic for all of us, I thought I’d take this as an opportunity to give us all some helpful tidbits on what we could do with this unexpected and uncomfortable break in social media next time (God forbid) this happens.
I'm sure last week's post "6 Facts You Need To Know About Running Shoes" really got you hot and bothered over your footwear choices at the gym. Do you have enough support? Are you laces too tight? Are you really supposed to be running barefoot?
The babes at the gym seem to always have a nailed down uniform…tight ass spandex, high pony tail, and some...
Less than 48 hours ago, millions of people received the devastating news that we had lost one of the most iconic comedians of our time. A man who brought so much joy and laughter to our hearts.
Dealing with sickness in college can be a tricky situation. You get so tired and stressed at times it seems like an illness just KNOWS how to ruin your week…or month in some of your poor souls’ cases.
Sometimes it’s actually okay to say, “ya know what, that sucked,” and keep on going with your life. I feel like now more than ever we’re being pressured to pretend like things are working, or enjoyable, or even worth it, and sometimes, they aren’t.
There was a period where I was struggling in most areas of my health, including not really sleeping through the night anymore. It was months of tossing and turning and feeling like shit pretty much every day, or at least most days of the week, before I realized something had to be wrong.
We all know running isn't for everyone. Even avid runners say how much they hate running; it's a love-hate relationship. It hurts so gooooood, as they say.
At first I thought it must be a new YOLO or some crap, I mean it looks like it’s telling me to seize the moment and act like a dumbass kid. However, when I saw this all over Instagram, I saw a pattern…everyone using it was a babe.
Put your progress in perspective with these creative and inspirational ideas!
I asked my best friend to send along her fave list of InstaFit Queens who give her the oomf she needs everyday to get her butt in the gym and get after it.
Since graduation I've really, really gotten close with my anxiety, not in a good, coping kind of way. In a bad, consuming kind of way.
I feel like I don’t need to tell you how important drinking enough water is. Your parents, doctors, teachers/professors, coaches,...
I really thought all weekend about how I can help myself stay on track and be less stressed during the week. After a lot of Pinning and Tumbling I saw enough GIFs to figure it out: I had to try meal prep.
My accidental invention just elevated regular ol' protein bars into delicious, summertime treats you can easily make in your own kitchen. Recipe inside!
Just because we don't want to TOTALLY commit, doesn't mean we can't try things out, right?
I ran out and bought "The Body Book" and could NOT put it down. There is so much useful information in it for twenty-somethings.
I don’t understand it, but people do the unhealthiest things once they start working the regular 9-5er.
The summer I spent running and working out at home I was in the best shape of my life. The combo of intense cardio and focused strength training really worked for me, and I didn’t need to spend $30+ each month to do it.
To be honest, for a while I wasn't even sure what kind of food this was. Where did it fall on the food pyramid? Veggie, grain...it could be a dairy for all I knew.
I'm trying to fill this little piece of plastic that rules my life, not always in the best way, with a lot of healthy resources that get me off my ass.
Whether you're a vegan, gluten free, or just love to bust your ass -- there's an AFFORDABLE box for you!
Getting your body to follow your mind into a healthy lifestyle takes time, and it's important to let ourselves know often throughout the process that we're doing awesome.
See how you can win a bundle of 6 different types of tea from Good Earth!
If you've started that healthy lifestyle smoothly since the new year (or stumbled gracefully with very few knee scrapes, like me) you need a plan of attack for keeping on track while still optimizing your fun.
Let’s face it: get between a woman and her wine and you’re in trubs.