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.
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.
The FB bombardment of post-grad choices I COULD have made have been bringing me down this week. To avoid making a $50,000 rash decision to go back to school to feel better about myself, I instead put together this list of 15 ways to feel happier with where I am right now.
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.
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.
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.
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!
While you prepare to dig the Swiffer out of the back of your closet for the first time in months, health guru Arielle Fierman wants to remind you that Spring Cleaning shouldn't be limited to just your home.
SHOTS! SHOTS! SHOTS! SHOTS! SHOTS! Teq-teq-teqkilla will save us all.
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.
We’re in a digital society where tweets replace real talks, emojis replace emotions and mobile upload Facebook albums suffice as our only memories.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Eating an entire tray of buffalo wings by yourself. Drunk texting. Marathon watching the Real Housewives of Anything. Overalls. There are simply some things we all regret.
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.
Whether you just need some extra motivation or you're a complete health newbie in need of a diet and exercise plan, Cassey has all the answers you need. Read our interview below to make 2014 your healthiest year yet!
CC's amazing Becca is going to be motivating you all to keep those fitness resolutions by sharing what's working for her...and what isn't...this year. Tune in each Wednesday as she shares her thoughts on what makes a healthy lifestyle, what causes slip-ups and how we can achieve success.
Can you guess what strange goodies the diva required backstage at her New Year's Eve concert in Vegas?
Once the holidays are over and you can breathe a sigh of relief, it's important to re-center yourself. Not just for a few days after the madness settles, but it's important to use this time of excess calm to cultivate some habits that will keep you centered for the rest of the year.
I want this year to be fresh, to be a new start, and for the resolutions I make to really mean something. I’ll be 25 this year. It feels important.