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Staying slim the French way: no yoga pants or gym required

A common complaint many of us have when it comes to working out, staying slim, or being fit is that it interferes with our lives in some way. We don’t have time, we don’t want to sacrifice good food or drinks, and we certainly don’t want to miss out on our social life. What if I told you there’s a way to stay slim, healthy and happy in your own skin without ever stepping foot in a gym or sliding…

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5 Health Benefits of Coffee

Coffee is for many of us more than just another drink option on the menu at breakfast time. It’s our lifeblood. The first thing we go to when we wake up, our favorite treat in the middle of the day and something we just can’t go without, so don’t even ask us to give it up. Luckily, there’s a lot of support for keeping coffee in your diet and there are many healthy benefits to drinking coffee. Here are 5…

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White after Labor Day

Some rules are meant to be broken. In fashion, it seems like they’re being made and broken with each new coming season, and in many ways, they are. It is said that trends come and go, but style is eternal. Nevertheless, there are some rules such as “don’t wear denim on denim” that has been completely thrown out the window with a bold comeback as of late. Even more, it’s completely obvious that black is socially acceptable on pretty much…

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3 Reasons you should run every day

With so many workout and diet trends on the market, it’s easy to go from one gym to the next trying everything to stay in shape. But sometimes, the best workout for you is the most obvious and timeless one you can do: running. Running has incredible emotional and physical, short-term and long-term health and social benefits for you. These 3 reasons you should run every day are hard to deny.     1. Running is one of the best…

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5 Noteworthy benefits you’ll gain from keeping a journal

Many of us may stroll through the aisle of Target or Anthropologie and grab a journal off the shelf because it looks cute, but how many of us actually open it up and use it? Probably for most of us, journaling is a lost art. Psychologists, scientists, and good ol’ honest everyday folk have spoken about the incredible health mental and emotional benefits of keeping a journal. Dust off that cute empty notebook on your shelf for these 5 noteworthy…

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