The "Fit or Flop" star weighs in on all our burning questions.
Your life spirals out of control and as you zip up your orange jumpsuit for a life in prison, you realize, "It was all worth it!" That is how good the blooming onion is, my friends.
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.
Don't let those infomercials fool you! A lot of the promises made by fancy fitness product lines are actually easy to accomplish without spending a ton of money!
While maintenance and upkeep is normal for a twenty-something girl, it’d be such a breath of fresh air to go out without worrying about how I look and what’s perceived about my appearance.
Have you ever ordered fajitas without tortillas, cheese, or sour cream? You'll get some looks of horror, and you'll feel REALLY sad, but it will all be worth it.
How many breadsticks does one woman need, you ask? 500, at least, tbh.
My accidental invention just elevated regular ol' protein bars into delicious, summertime treats you can easily make in your own kitchen. Recipe inside!
I'm especially talking to you seniors: has your week long hangover dissipated yet?
Pop quiz: What's more important - getting super tan this summer or staying wrinkle-free and gorgeous well into your fifties?
Should we believe the hype?
Red, white and booze.
I just feel too self-conscious and fragile to have someone dealing with my lady bits which is strange because I never have any problem letting guys down there, haha.
The point of the Instagram isn't to shame people for lying about their desserts, it's to call out bloggers who are deceptively projecting their life to be this perfect, Beyoncé-like fantasy that isn't real in order to get more pageviews.
We've created the 10 commandments of body positivity to help us be a little kinder to ourselves and a little kinder to others.
Turns out, there are quite a few apps that will transform your evil phone into a force of well-being, focusing on relieving your stress and guiding you through steps on the path to mindfulness.
With assignments, deadlines, job and internship applications and other priorities, making that trek to spend 30 minutes in the gym can be a challenge.
While some aspects of our health are well discussed among friends - periods, sex, our spin class that completely kicked our butt - others may be neglected, but that doesn't mean we never have questions about them.
It's not delivery . . . it's bootleg Starbucks.
Just because we don't want to TOTALLY commit, doesn't mean we can't try things out, right?
Unfortunately, being a vegetarian at a summer BBQ can often result in a plate made up of an empty burger bun and a big pile of sad lettuce leaves.
Put a little pep in your step on the one day a week everyone expects you to be miserable.
When you have a good cup of coffee at the start of the day you're glad to be alive. When you have a bad cup of coffee humanity can evaporate into a black hole of nothingness because what even is life anymore?
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.
There always seems to be tons of tips out there geared towards helping us form healthy habits. But what tips should we actually follow? And which should be our priority?