A few weeks ago, my sister’s boyfriend — a fellow outdoor lover and former New Hampshirite — shared this article from Mother Nature Network about 7 cultural concepts…
An oldie but goodie from my days as a Yahoo! Voices contributor, these get-out-and-sweat tips for my snowbound friends back home in Boston don’t require a car or a college ID discount.
Physique57, a trendy barre studio in places like NYC, Beverly Hills, and Dubai, is launching online classes in December and offered me a trial month to review their brand-new streaming offerings. Read on for my full review, or just try it out for yourself FOR FREE over the next four days (November 28 through Dec 1st) at Physique57.com during their Black Friday sale.
Are you starting to feel the (financial) pressure of needing as stylish a wardrobe for the gym as for going out? Stop sweating — or start! — because my online consignment fave Twice is now selling & accepting 20 fitness brands, as of this week.
New Year’s resolutions are made to be broken, which is why I rarely make them — but this year I did, and they were all doomed before they even had a chance thanks to a good ol’ holiday glutening. So much for twice-daily workouts and regular writing and doing really anything at all!
Late last night, 14+ hours of traveling and 7 flight changes later, I finally made it home to Austin after almost a month off visiting family and friends back in Boston (and lining up some amazing opportunities, but more on that later).
OK, my addiction to pumpkin has officially hit full tilt. I knew it was going to be hard acclimating to a different climate in Texas, but I didn’t know how hard it was going to be missing the change of seasons back in New England — especially as we near Thanksgiving and I’m still wearing sundresses and flip flops, verging on near-manic nostalgia for a real fall.
Last summer ended with hospital visits, lots of them, back to back. For two weeks straight, I flew back and forth between North and South, first with one parent in the hospital, then another — as soon as one was released, another was admitted. Thankfully, they’re both in the clear, but it was scary, exhausting, eye opening.
Since it’s the first weekend of the new year, maybe you should at least try to stick to those resolutions. Instead of drinking all night or watching football with your face in a plate of nachos, here are some awesome alternatives that will help make 2013 the best year ever.
Growing up, my mom always used to make these peanut butter balls for me and my siblings as a “healthy” snack — only she used powdered sugar instead of protein powder and high fructose corn syrup-laden peanut butter instead of organic. (Hey, it was the ’80s.)