Nailing the Godmother Game From Afar

The role of the godparent has, in many cases, expanded far beyond being involved in a kid’s religious upbringing, and often, being considered an auntie has less to do with being sharing the same relatives and more to do with sharing a deep bond with the offspring...

Strength Training: The Ultimate Fountain of Youth

We’ve all heard this one before: “Wait until you’re my age. You’ll pay for all that heavy lifting later.” To make it worse, the remark usually comes from an “old guy” in the gym...

Tidying Up in My Own Way

Have you been watching “Tidying Up?” If so you’ve probably been so inspired that you’ve made piles of your possessions, held them tight to see if they spark joy, and said “thank you” or “bye” to those that don’t. Perhaps you’ve even organized your drawers, folding each item with such care and attention.If...

So You Wanna Be a Gravel Cyclist

Credit: Dom Trinh So you want to be a gravel cyclist? I don’t blame you! This cross between a road bike and mountain bike is quickly gaining popularity, but before you start shopping, there are a few things you probably should know. What the Heck Is a Gravel Bike? As...

You Are Not Your To-Do List

We did an Insta story a few weeks ago on productivity. But it wasn’t the type of advice that you normally read. You know, the kind where you learn a new way to shave 30 seconds off some boring or mundane part of your day. Actually, it was...

How To Build Sleek, Washboard Abs (3-D Core Training, Part 3)

Preventing annoying back pain and having a strong powerful core is great, but let’s cut to the chase. What you really want is to lose the annoying flab hangin’ over your summer shorts to...

A Beginner’s Guide to Picking Up a Barbell: Part 2

Welcome back for Part 2 of this beginner barbell guide! If you missed Part 1, read that first as it covers the basics of equipment and etiquette. And remember that while you may think you’re the only one in the gym who doesn’t know the basics, I...

Sports, Kids and Body Image

In general, sports can be AWESOME for kids — especially young girls. I know for myself (and Kristen!), being active in athletics when we were younger gave us confidence, built inner and outer strength, and helped us to form friendships and support networks that existed far off the courts we were playing on.But...

Podcast Ep 118: Sahar Aker of #IChooseBeauty

Meet Sahar Aker, the mental health advocate who started the #IChooseBeauty movement and hashtag — which she calls a “life preserver” for her own mental health and happiness. A former health reporter, Sahar first reported on depression after her mother’s death 20 years ago; she now serves as an inspiration for people on...

The Question You Need to Ask When You’re Losing Your Parenting You-Know-What

It’s a scene all moms go through: Kids freak out. via GIPHY We take deep breaths. via GIPHY Kids keep freaking out. via GIPHY We vow to stay calm. via GIPHY Kids freak out more. via GIPHY We warn them that we’re close to losing our patience. via GIPHY Kids don’t listen. via GIPHY We lose our sh*t. via GIPHY And, later, we feel...


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