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Getting healthy can feel like an unreachable goal when you’re already pressed for time. Even if your intentions are great, between work, family and other obligations, every minute counts. Especially now that school is back in session!
Lack of time is a common reason for not exercising. But logging too many hours at the office or having too many balls in the air doesn’t excuse you from taking care of yourself. (Though I guess juggling could count as exercise, right?)
If you’re starved for time try these simple tips to help shape-up:
Sadly, even without the tedium and torture inflicted upon us by our office mates, many of us aren’t exactly killing it in the productivity department. Instead, we’re experiencing a chronic energy shortage caused by longer work hours, more responsibility, and greater stress than we’ve ever known before.
Bad employees keep a company from reaching it’s maximum potential. Bad friends are the same way — they can hold you back and tarnish your sparkle.
Here are six signs it may be time to fire a friend so you can keep rocketing to the top of your game...
We’ve all heard how better sleep helps maintain weight, memory and most of all sanity, not to mention other numerous health benefits.
But try telling that to the newborn who needs a quick milk fix every few hours. Or the toddler who has a brand new big girl bed and thinks it’s hilllllarious to barge into your room. Every. Fifteen. Minutes.
By the time dinner rolls around, you’ve barely had time to think about the options, let alone cook anything. But you’ve got to eat! And it’s important to eat well. So what do you do?
Cook Once, Eat Twice!
Last week I shared 3 easy exercises even a total lazy ass can do. This week I want to talk about 3 easier exercises an even lazier ass can do. The difference between these exercises and last week’s is – great news! – you don’t even need to get up to do these.
You don’t have to do hundreds of military squats, train for a half marathon or sweat smelly buckets to reap the big benefits of exercise. But if you want to stay healthy and feel your best, you need to make exercise a regular part of your daily routine, no matter how drained you feel
It’s tricky finding a healthy, satisfying snack when you’re running around all day like a maniac. But feeling gross and crashing from all the fake crap you’re chowing on isn’t such a great plan either.
So what’s a busy girl to do when hunger comes a calling?
Hello (four) loyal readers! Have you been worried sick about me these past few weeks wondering why I disappeared from the face of the Interweb?
Perhaps you reasoned that I gave into my compulsive urge to RV my way across America and was lying in a vegetative state thanks to my lead foot. Or maybe you assumed I suffered a sudden aneurysm while binge watching one too many episodes of Transparent.