Posts in Wellness
7 Ways To Start Your Day Off On A Positive Note

Some of us wake up to the monotonous beep-beep-beep of an alarm clock or perhaps an adorably intrusive dog who’s eager to get outside. But however it is you wake up in the morning, there are ways to make it a more peaceful, positive experience that kicks off your day in the right direction.

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7 Unique Ways To Stay on Track With Your Weight Loss Goals During the Holidays

This time of year, it’s ridiculously tempting to toss your diet goals into the crackling fire and gorge on pecan pie and sweet potatoes and sugar cookies like your life depends on it. I asked a few pros for their best tips for staying on track with your weight loss goals during the holidays. Here are my personal favorites.

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Holiday Gift Guide For Men

Guys can say women are hard to shop for, but let’s be real: Men aren’t exactly easy to shop for either. That’s why we wanted to put together a list of gifts that guys will actually use — from monthly shave subscriptions to gifts for man’s best friend, these useful ideas will spread holiday cheer all year long. Plus, when you shop these brands, you’ll even get a few discounts from us, too.

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How To Stay Body Positive Throughout Your Fitness Journey

We’ve all been there. You embark on a new fitness adventure, fueled by a long pent up determination to make significant changes in your life. You start off feeling good. And then, you get frustrated. So the obvious solution? Stay. Positive. It takes work, but it’ll be so worth it. Here’s your body positivity plan:

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Ways To Prepare To Vote Last Minute

Wait, there’s an election coming up? There’s a lot at stake for these upcoming elections in each and every state. But where do you find last-minute information on midterm candidates? We’re here to help answer some of the most commonly asked questions about going to the polls on November 6.

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Five Money Saving Challenges To Try Right Now

As much as it’s rewarding to spend a bit of disposable income on food, leisure or travel, it definitely doesn’t hurt to save here and there and focus on the long-term benefit, so, why not try a saving challenge? We’ve rounded up five different savings challenges that could work for you and your wallet.

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What It’s Like To Have A Miscarriage

Because October is National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month, we wanted to talk to someone who’s lived through the frightening and lonely experience of miscarriage. Pure Healthy Living talked to Jen, who asked that her last name be withheld for privacy reasons, about her miscarriage 10 years ago.

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Turn Your Passion Into Profit: Make Money Without Getting a "Real Job"

For some of us out there, a high paying desk job might pay the bills, but doesn’t meet the criteria for maintaining happiness, so if the career for you doesn’t exist on its own, create it, there are more ways now than ever to ditch the “real job” talk and make money doing something you love.

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6 Things No One Tells You About Trying To Get Pregnant

The actual window for getting pregnant is about six days each month. Which means if you’re trying to do the baby thing, you have to time things just so. No matter where you are in that process, here are a few things you should know about the project of Making A Baby. 

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World Mental Health Day

There are more than 18.1 million people in this country alone fighting anxiety and depression and because today is World Mental Health Day, I wanted to share how anxiety has affected a large portion of my life, and my physical health. We need to stop stigmatizing mental health, and I hope that openly writing about it will inspire just one person to do the same.

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