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  1. Yes, You Can Eat Healthy All Year Long, Here's How

    Yes, You Can Eat Healthy All Year Long, Here's How What’s harder than committing to a New Year’s resolution? Committing to one that involves eating healthy and doing so long-term. Every year, roughly 40 percent of Americans take the time to assess their progress throughout the year and make a declarative statement of their intentions for the year to come. Read more...
  2. Founder Spotlight: Grace Cheng, Founder of Mylk Labs

    Founder Spotlight: Grace Cheng, Founder of Mylk Labs Founder Spotlight: Grace Cheng, Founder of Mylk LabsMylk Labs launched in January 2018 by model and USC Alumna, Grace Cheng, who shares a passion for healthy living and good food. Committed to sharing wholesome food that nourishes and fuels the body, Mylk Labs strives to deliver healthy food without compromising flavor, nutrition or convenience. Read more...
  3. These DIY Snack Ideas Will Change Your Office Snacking Game

    These DIY Snack Ideas Will Change Your Office Snacking Game Forget stale vending machine pretzels and mini bags of almonds in the office kitchen. It’s time to elevate your office snack game, and we’re here to help. Snacks are an essential part of office life; they help us make it through that dreaded afternoon slump. But, if you rely on the communal kitchen to satisfy your 3 pm cravings, you may often find yourself disappointed (and still hungry). Read more...
  4. How Top the Organic Project Is Help End Period Poverty

    How Top the Organic Project Is Help End Period Poverty All over the world cities, states and countries are dealing with period poverty. Millions of women and girls around the world are forced to stay home from work and school because they do not have access to the proper supplies during menstruation. Nearly 14 percent of girls and women in the United States live below the poverty line and do not have consistent access to feminine care products. Currently, there are 38 states in the U.S. who still tax tampons and other menstrual products as non-essential. Read more...
  5. How Do White Noise Machines Work?

    How Do White Noise Machines Work? A white noise machine, sometimes also called a sound machine or sound conditioner, is a device that produces a stream of background noise - typically the type of sound that mathematically qualifies as "white noise", though sometimes these machines actually produce pink noise or brown noise instead. Read more...
  6. 3 Ways to Give Back This Valentine's Day

    3 Ways to Give Back This Valentine's Day Known as the most romantic day of the year, Valentine’s Day is known all over as the day to celebrate love and shower your spouse with gifts and quality time. But with all the love that’s floating in the air on this special day, many dread everything about it. If you’re one of those people who believe such a holiday shouldn’t exist or you’re single and the thought of spending the day alone gives you anxiety, remember that perspective truly is everything. Read more...
  7. The Best Workouts According to Your Mood

    The Best Workouts According to Your Mood With the new year upon us, it’s an opportunity to embrace a fresh start in all areas of our lives. The start of an all-new year is the perfect opportunity to set goals that focus on your mental and physical well-being. Committing to a healthier lifestyle isn’t the easiest thing in the world to do. It takes a lot of wheel power and dedication to not only eat better but to get up and work out every day. Read more...
  8. The Story Behind Second Brain Foods

    The Story Behind Second Brain Foods Did you know that there is a bacterial population that lives in your gut? There are roughly 300-500 types of bacteria living inside of your gut that contain close to 2 million genes. Most of the bacteria residing in your gut are healthy bacteria and can be good for your mental and physical health. Another primary function of bacteria is to assist with healthy digestion. When we have an unhealthy imbalance of bacteria in our gut, it contributes to a wide range of health-related issues. Everything from neurological disorders to low immunity can be linked to an imbalance in gut bacteria Read more...
  9. How to Stay Productive While Traveling

    How to Stay Productive While Traveling During holiday months you may spend a lot of time traveling to see friends and family. The thing about traveling during the holidays is, many of us are trying to find creative ways to be productive and work despite being on the go. The reality is, when you’re on the road, on a plane or wherever there is very little quiet alone time to get things done. According to a study conducted in 2016, 95 percent of business professionals believe that travel has the power to expand the mind, making them more creatively productive. Being productive while traveling may seem impossible, but it can be achieved. Read more...
  10. 4 Ways To Get More Restful Sleep At Night

    4 Ways To Get More Restful Sleep At Night For years we’ve been told 8-hours of sleep is needed if we want to feel like our best selves during the day. The truth is, sometimes that 8-hours of sleep turns into 5 and maybe even 3 or 4. Let’s consider all the things in our lives that interfere with us having a good night’s sleep — work stress, health-related issues, family responsibilities and unfortunately, technology. While you may not always have control over the things that prevent you from getting the rest that you need at night, there are healthier habits you can implement that contribute to you getting better rest at night. Here’s a list of our favorite tips to getting a more restful sleep at night. Read more...
  11. The Many Health Benefits of Plants In Your Personal Spaces

    The Many Health Benefits of Plants In Your Personal Spaces Humans have coexisted with plants for centuries, and there is excellent reasoning behind it. Instinctively, we’re able to sense the shift in our moods when we’re surrounded by greenery. Plants or nature, in general, tends to help us feel more at ease and relaxed. Plants in the home or the workplace increase our memory retention and concentration. Read more...
  12. Mindful Meditation At Your Desk

    Mindful Meditation At Your Desk It's only the beginning of the week yet; you're having the most difficult time finding your calm. Hours have passed you by, and you've barely had a moment to yourself. When you're not at your desk swamped with work and rummaging through 150 unread emails, you're running from conference room to conference room for back to back meetings. Finding a moment of stillness can almost seem impossible for you. What if we told you that there was a way to incorporate a mindful practice into your day and you never had to leave your desk? Read more...
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