Sippable superfoods are a daily wellness staple—whether it’s your daily green juice, your post-workout protein drink, or your cold-pressed custom blend.
The four benefits of getting "micro green breaks," according to a new study.
The last place you want to spend your summer is in a hot, sweaty kitchen. No one knows this better than The DogPound’s Dara Hartman, who—between teaching others and squeezing in her own workouts—barely has time to even consume her meals.
When Sheryl Sandberg started her Lean In non profit (a spinoff of her megapopular book of the same name) she called women to action in the workplace—asking them to stand up and fight for the respect, positions, and salaries they deserved.
Summer is prime time for skin: You have a gorgeous, natural glow and possibly a few extra freckles. (Obligatory SPF reminder!
When in doubt, swing it out. Even if it’s been more than a few years since you last stepped foot into a playground, it doesn’t take much to bring those childhood memories of windblown hair and carefree summer days rushing back.
There are beach getaways, camping adventures, and far-flung retreats. But the one summer hotspot you may be overlooking?
Brazil is a magical place: it has churned out uber-supermodels Gisele, Adriana Lima, and Alessandra Ambrosio, for starters.
Whether it’s holding a plank for 60 seconds or blowing through a series of bicep curls, chances are you’ve got a few go-to exercises you feel pretty darn good about.
Popcorn, cappuccinos, bottled water—some of the most delicious (or most boring) foods can be hard on your skin if you overdo it.
You can Skype with your Australia-based BFF or get to work in a driverless car, and yet no one’s figured out a way to banish ingrown hairs for good.
Throwing an epic backyard barbecue—or even just inviting a few friends over on a summer Saturday to grill on your mini-patio—is virtually a mandated summer activity.
If you’re counting the days until you can get your inside-out quinoa burger fix, we’ve got bad news: You’re going to have to wait a little longer (at least if you live in New York City).
This post originally appeared on AOL Every woman has to deal with society’s standards for beauty—ones that constantly pressure them to be gorgeous and thin.
International Yoga Day was named in 2014 by the United Nations. Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi first proposed the day during the 69th General Assembly in a stirring speech about the benefits and philosophy of the practice.
With a collection of flavored syrups and frapps complete with cookie straws, Starbucks is more synonymous with sugar-high than healthy treat.
Long before the Stan Smith overtook the feet of bloggers, celebs, and editors, there was another white sneaker brand that reigned supreme—Superga.
Everyone experiences the dreaded afternoon work slump. Powering through morning and lunch is no problem.
With pop-up shops devoted to cleaning your sneaks, experts lauding the health benefits of wearing flats, and even style-obsessed stars ditching their sky-high heels, it’s clear that the casual shoe trend shows no signs of stopping.
This post originally appeared on The Zoe Report We all have it, to varying degrees, and though it was designed to serve the evolutionary purpose of helping us survive a world ripe with potential danger, modern anxiety usually does more harm than good.