SHOTS! SHOTS! SHOTS! SHOTS! SHOTS! Teq-teq-teqkilla will save us all.
To help not only keep you on track, but also avoid some not-so-great situations that plenty of spring breakers fall into, here are some tips on staying healthy, fit, and safe during spring break!
In a surprising announcement, The National Coalition of American Nuns has said it supports women's right to access free birth control under the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare.
Sex is a part of life. Some just wave their freak flag higher than others.
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.
While Spring Break is just around the corner, and the weather is slowly but surely taking a turn for the better, shedding those sweaters and winter clothes to reveal a toned mid-section, lean arms, and perfect legs is exactly what we're hoping for!
We’re in a digital society where tweets replace real talks, emojis replace emotions and mobile upload Facebook albums suffice as our only memories.
This week's fit-fix is an awesome, calorie-burning yoga routine - yes, yoga! And get this, you'll burn over 500 calories and still feel relaxed and more centered, ready to take on the week!
I am actually not a slave to my vagina.
Let’s face it: get between a woman and her wine and you’re in trubs.
One of the saddest realizations of my adult life was when I had to admit to myself that I could not eat 100 ice pops, drink all the frozen margaritas, nom on some delicious barbeque and still look amazing in a bikini. It's just never gonna happen.
As my motto for this whole healthy lifestyle thing is to “keep it fresh,” I decided to take on the challenge of eating like a Grecian for a day and explore some new recipes and flavors.
We all have those days when it just isn't going our way, when we're a little too hard on ourselves, or have an easier time picking out more negatives than positives, and that classic scene from Mean Girls comes to mind.
It seems to always be the same few comments (or should I say judgments) from people who seem to not only have different habits, but who seriously cannot understand why going to the gym or working out would ever be a priority...to anyone.
I wanted to know how these stellar athletes get their redic bods.
This is definitely a weekend to call for some late night Domino's (sans pepperoni, just to be safe) instead of heating up your favorite molten-hot meat pastry for 3AM consumption.
So why, you ask, am I posting a "lazy girl's workout," which seemingly refutes the need for motivation or hard work? The simple answer is: we're not perfect, and sometimes our workouts need a little tweaking to make them, well, work out.
There is only so much that the “magic white pill” (prescription drugs) can do. I know it’s shocking, but sometimes it’s the truth, especially when it comes to the common cold.
I'm trying really hard to make this new healthy lifestyle stick, so I need to keep things interesting. I'm using this post to make a vow to all my fellow CC'ers that I will continue to spice up my lifestyle and try new things, while hopefully inspiring some of you to do the same.
Last week, we got fitness tips straight from the female Olympians of Sochi 2014. And now that you have the motivation to train like a female Olympic athlete, put it to the test with this fun and easy Sochi 2014 Winter Games Workout!
Looking like a Baluga doing the worm while crunching in your own home is completely fine. But when we step out in public with a buncha meat heads/Vicky's Secret babe wannabes crowding us while we're working out, sticking to a fitness routine gets a little daunting.
Instead of allowing a relapse in your healthy-eating resolution on Super Bowl Sunday, why not stuff your face with some delicious and nutritious finger-foods that are simple and fun to make?
Everyday life beats the crap out of us, and it's always easier for us to think of an excuse to derail the small amount of progress we've made instead of actually maybe not drinking that whole bottle of wine ourselves and not considering Frito-Lay its own food group.
Who doesn't embrace the idea of changing your body for the better? The chance to get healthier, get in better shape, and just feel better overall is definitely an enticing result of working out at home or hitting the gym, so why is it sometimes so damn difficult to actually bring ourselves to "just do it?"
Don't blink – abortion rights are being rolled back so quickly all over the country that it's tough to keep up. In 2013, lawmakers introduced over 300 different abortion restrictions, and 2014 is shaping up to be yet another record-breaking year.