• How to Let Go of a Toxic Relationship

    January 22, 2018Lifestyle

    Breakups can be one of the hardest things to go through. But, what’s worse is being in a relationship that’s toxic. Putting yourself in a bad situation and living with it can be detrimental to your mental and physical well-being. If you are recognizing your relationship as one that is negative, then you’re already recognizing the problem, which is the first and biggest step in the process. These six tips will guide you to let go of a negative relationship and help you find your inner peace once again. Recognize the Problem The first step to letting go of a relationship is recognizing the problem. As many of you may know…love is blind. With that, when someone is in love, they nearly ignore any signs…

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  • Five Tips to Reinventing Yourself Professionally

    January 18, 2018Lifestyle

    Remember when your parents told you that you can do anything you want to do and be anything you want to be? Whenever they said that, everything seemed within reach and becoming an astronaut, a professional baseball player or an actress was exactly what was going to happen. Now that you have grown up (and most likely did not stick to your seven-year-old self’s career plan) you may be considering to change direction in your current career and want to reinvent yourself professionally. If you are looking to reinvent yourself and make a transition in your career, there’s no greater time than the present. It is never too late to make a change because you are your number one priority. We’re here to offer you…

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  • The Power Of Forgiveness

    January 15, 2018Lifestyle

    Whether family or friend, organic relationships will ebb and flow. In family, siblings can get married and move away, or extended family can be become immediate family. And the transience of friendships is only emphasized since they are voluntary relationships. And sometimes there is a dull ache preceding a relationship, clothed in bitterness. Perhaps you’ve fought with your best friend over minutia but it’s escalated into a war of words. Maybe your father didn’t purse the expected relationship with you. Or maybe your spouse and you haven’t seen eye to eye in some time. Regardless of where we come from, people share a longing to be wholly accepted and loved. Forgiveness of others, and forgiveness sometimes of ourselves, is incorporated in human need. It is…

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  • Six Tips to Stick to Your New Year’s Resolution

    January 4, 2018Fitness, Health and Wellness, Lifestyle

    It’s inevitable that New Year’s resolutions are broken every year by millions of people. Whether your resolution is to work out more, eat right, or even just to quit biting your nails, we’re here to help you stick to your goals so that you don’t fall under the line of resolution breakers. But, before making a resolution that is pulled out of thin air, remember that these resolutions aren’t for you to make drastic changes to your life, but act as a way to reflect on the past year and see what you can do to improve your life. We don’t want you to change who you are as a person, just find a way to improve your meaning or way of life. Now that…

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  • The Best New Year’s Resolutions

    January 1, 2018Fitness, Health and Wellness, Lifestyle

    The first day of two thousand eighteen starts TODAY. Which means it’s a fresh new week on top of being a brand new year. Being thoughtful of the year to come, these New Year’s Resolutions have the theme of time; how do you spend it and where. This year, let’s aim to work hard and play hard. Set goals that grow each time you accomplish one. Set A Time To Exercise More If you don’t already have a consistent workout schedule, this year is the time to make one. Discipline and consistency are everything if you want results. And not just for physical appearance, but also to keep your body healthy. Exercise promotes blood flow, can help with cholesterol, anxiety, and many other healthy benefits.…

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  • Best Gifts for Your Fitness Lover

    December 21, 2017Fitness, Lifestyle

    Still working on your holiday shopping? Well you’re in luck because we’re here to be your personal shopper if you’ve got a fitness lover on your list. These are the best gifts this year for your loved ones to open up this season that are sure to make them feel like they hit the holiday jackpot. From clothes to equipment, and everything in between, consider this your guide to be the best gift giver for all of your fitness fanatics on your list. Samsung Gear Sport A post shared by Samsung Mobile (@samsungmobile) on Nov 7, 2017 at 5:00am PST Price: $299.99 The Samsung Gear Sport is the perfect gift for someone that enjoys tracking their fitness from their workouts to their meals. Designed in…

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  • Seven DIY Holiday Gifts

    December 18, 2017Lifestyle

    Holiday shopping can be stressful and expensive. Plus, deciding what to get people when they already have just about everything is almost mind numbing. This year, opt for something a little more personal that your friends and family can appreciate. Here are seven DIY holiday gifts that come straight from the heart and are 100% original since you’ll be creating them! DIY Ring Holder A post shared by Lia Griffith (@liagriffith) on Mar 27, 2017 at 3:08pm PDT With some clay, paint, and a little imagination (or even just an eye for copying the design) you can easily make your friends an adorable ring holder. Whether you use the design from the picture or decide to come up with your own that reflects each of…

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  • Fun and Educational Gifts for Kids This Season

    December 14, 2017Lifestyle

    There isn’t a single person who could sleep well on Christmas Eve as a kid, dreaming of all those toys waiting. But can toys be educational for kids as well as entertaining? Yes! In fact, it’s vital to their development at a young age. Different toys require different functions of a child: to be creative, to problem solve. And children are naturally entertained while developing these processes. One of the many challenges of gift giving in the holiday season is finding toys that have a bigger purpose, so here are few ideas to get you on the right track. Educational Insights GeoSafari SeaScope This gadget will take young explorers a step further to unlocking the secrets of the ocean. It’s equipped with magnification, light, and…

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  • How to Help Your Highly Sensitive Child

    December 7, 2017Lifestyle

    Raising children can be scary at times, and the thought of raising a child who may seem to be a bit too sensitive sometimes can even seem harder. We get it, thinking of something anything out of the ordinary for your child, especially for a new parent, is probably not what you thought of when deciding to give this whole “parenting” thing a shot. But now that you are raising a beautiful child that may be a little out of the ordinary, we want you to be able to understand his or her actions and how to help them. This is why we are covering HSC, the highly sensitive child. We’re here to break down the diagnosis of HSC and what you can do to…

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  • The Five Love Languages, and Why Their Communication is Key

    November 30, 2017Lifestyle

    Do you remember your first kiss? Maybe not so glorious, possibly awkward with hopefully no braces clinking. But how about the first best kiss? That one may have been serenaded by a Malibu beach sunset and ocean waves breaking. Or maybe in the back of his pick up truck, with all the stars applauding. Love is the most ambiguous of feelings, yet a kiss is universally recognized as a token of it. But after a kiss, there’s a mess of ways to love someone. People communicate their love for one another differently, called love languages. Which languages do you find resonance with? Words of Affirmation A heartfelt compliment, one that took a thoughtful observation to be verbalized. The recognition of an accomplishment, or even an…

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