Taking the time to whip up a homemade beauty product can be better than splurging on store-bought products that are often expensive and full of harsh chemicals. This is great for anyone who wants to go green, has sensitive skin, is concerned with animal testing, or is looking for an affordable alternative.
If you’re like us, you’ve probably spent the last few weeks in a gym working off those extra holiday pounds you’ve packed on. But let’s face it, that routine can get old quickly. Once we get bored, when the gym comes up on the to-do list we're more likely to take it off than check it off.
I try to avoid talking about foods as “good” or “bad,” but realistically, certain foods are just better than others. Without naming names, much of the processed crap we are bombarded by on shelves is the less-than-great stuff. But it’s not all nasty - there are tons of nutritious rockstars in the grocery store, many of which you’re probably already eating. So be on the lookout and make it a point to add more of these power foods into your life this year.
When it comes to making healthy New Year’s resolutions, the best ones are the resolutions that actually stick. Research shows starting small and specific is the way to make resolutions work. So, one idea to make a “smooth” transition into 2013: make it the year of the smoothie!
It’s 2016. How are you going to make this year the best yet? Sticking to a New Year’s resolution takes work; make sure to choose something worth working for! Here are 101 ideas for simple resolutions that can make a big difference.
If you’re looking for a healthy, low-calorie snack food, try giving popcorn a whirl. Popcorn is a great way to satisfy your sweet tooth or salty-snack hunger. There are many ways to flavor your favorite snack without packing on the pounds. Here are some of our favorite popcorn toppings.