“I really want to eat healthy, but I’m broke!” Sound familiar? As a former college student and member of Club Broke, I know the feeling. Who says healthy eating has to be expensive? Get fit on your budget with these 25 cheap and healthy foods you need to know.
Do you feel frustrated because you have ambition, but little to show for it? If so, you might be sabotaging yourself without even realizing it. Read ahead and I will reveal how self sabotage happens.
Did you know I am a bit ADD? It's true. This blog is a bit all-over-the-place (and tl;dr) but that's okay. If you're curious and like to read, check out these 15 deep thoughts about addiction recovery and other stuff.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer shared this blog on Twitter once.
Ask me to show you a screenshot sometime (was that the least discrete humble brag ever or what?). 😉
Speaking of Buffy, I thought this quote was appropriate...
"There's no such thing as a supermom. We just do the best we can." - Sarah Michelle Gellar
If you'd like to be healthy (but are so busy that it's hard to find time for yourself), these women's health tips will provide a gentle shove in the right direction. (more…)
CrossFit – love it or hate it, you can't deny that it's made a huge impact on the fitness industry.
My hope is to offer a fair and balanced look at the "CrossFit pros and cons" to help you decide if this style of training might be for you.
I used to be crippled by shyness so severe that I couldn't even talk to a female without breaking a sweat; now I am (mostly) comfortable in who I am.
I My life used to be lame, but I've made it awesome (by "awesome," I really mean, "noticeably better," but we all have a tendency to exaggerate, don't we?).
That out of the way, I'd like to share the top twenty-four (!) things I've learned in my life adventure so far. If someone ever asks me how to be awesome, this really big list would be my answer.
Q: Should I go to a gym or exercise at home?
A: It depends.
Click ahead and I'll offer two things you should definitely consider before making such an important decision.
Intermittent fasting (a.k.a. skipping breakfast) is making rounds on the interwebz.
There are potential pitfalls (and surprising perks) you should know before embarking on your own intermittent fasting (IF) adventure.
A Guest Post by Dan Trongone
Ah, Halloween. A time of fantasy when young and old unite to forget their problems, binge on candy, and dress in silly (or slutty) costumes.
Superhero costumes will always stand the test of time for man and young boys. There is something exhilarating about putting on a pair of tights and a cape.
My favorite comic book character, hands down, is Batman. Bats has a Rogues Gallery far more frightening than his comrades in the Justice League.
The Joker? Two-Face? Killer Croc? Yikes.
A Guest Post by Tarek Roumie
Unless you are Superman or Wonder Woman, chances are you have something to improve in some aspect of your life.
When first introduced to the term kaizen in “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari”, I was blown away.
The term “kaizen” is Japanese for “improvement”. But the deeper meaning of the word refers to constantly thriving to improve in everything we do. Within this lies our eventual success.
Fitness itself is considered self improvement, yet most of us get lost somewhere along the path to our goals and kaizen begins to suffer.
Let's look at kaizen from another perspective. The game of life.
Without constantly improving, we end up going nowhere and are stuck fighting the diseases of mediocrity and boredom (Yes, boredom is a disease).
Wake up like you mean it.
If you have a crappy morning, chances are you're going to have a crappy day. Too many crappy days = a crappy life.
This action-packed post reveals how to wake up like you mean it. If you revamp your morning, chances are you'll revamp your day... and possibly your life.