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These past 52 weeks weren't the best when it came to mental health, between the very real development of election anxiety to the tragic events that happened regularly. How could a person not live in a...
As much as we love New Year's Eve celebrations, they can sometimes go awry due to various factors. Just to give your New Year's Eve planning a little push towards perfection, here's a list of what not...
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Did you break all your health-related resolutions of 2016 yet again? We know the feeling of binge eating and sporadic workout regimens. But, let 2017 be the year of determination and change. This year...
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While the goal-setting mindset is a great way to approach the New Year, our only hope is that everyone has moved on from "must lose 5 kilos" as the first (or only) resolution. For starters, there's no crash diet that will help you keep the weight off as definitively as regular exercise and a consistently healthy diet. Secondly, there's much heavier excess baggage we can rid ourselves of in 2016.
New Year's resolutions are infamous for being abandoned with as much gusto as with which they are formed in the first place. Only 46% have any success for at least six months. In fact, about 25% of the resolution makers won't even last a week. So why is it so hard to stick to decisions that are good for us? Whatever be the reason, here are a few time-tested ideas that might help you stick with it.
Every year brings with it its own trends for healthy eating. While 2015 welcomed the likes of bone broth and matcha everything, 2016 is sure to bring in some healthy deliciousness too. In anticipation to see how it all pans out, here are a few of my personal predictions for healthy eating trends in the coming year: