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2 Easy Steps to an Eco-Friendly Lifestyle

2 Easy Steps to an Eco-Friendly Lifestyle

by Kat on Aug 24, 2021 0

We’ve all heard the basics of green living: “remember to recycle,” “turn off the lights when you leave a room,” “take shorter showers,” and the many, many more tidbits of advice that have followed us since elementary school. But, what practices are actually the most effective and the most do-able in living a sustainable life? […]

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Celebrating Father’s Day One Meme at a Time

Celebrating Father’s Day One Meme at a Time

by Kat on Jun 18, 2021 0

Nothing says Father’s Day like sipping on an ice-cold beer, watching the game on TV, and staring at your hard-earned lawn for hours on end. We all know Dad takes pride in his lawn. From making sure the grass is green and lively, to trimming the hedges, to pulling up weeds, a well-kept lawn is a […]

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Here Are 4 Tips to Help You Save Money On Healthcare

Here Are 4 Tips to Help You Save Money On Healthcare

by Kat on Nov 23, 2020 0

Healthcare affordability is one of the hottest issues on the news right now. Debates around single-payer healthcare systems, pharmaceutical affordability and community-based proactive health programs fill our screens and newspapers.  A study from medical malpractice group Weiss & Paarz recently found that the average American can expect to spend over $72,500 on healthcare visits throughout […]

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3 Simple Tips to Revamp Your Diet

3 Simple Tips to Revamp Your Diet

by Kat on Nov 26, 2019 0

Everybody knows that making the change from unhealthy foods to healthy foods is tough. It’s not only a mental challenge but a physical one as well. Your brain may tell you to eat something and then make you feel guilty afterward, but the physical craving you had for that food made you do it anyway. […]

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These Are the Cities You Want to Be In If You Love Brunch

These Are the Cities You Want to Be In If You Love Brunch

by Kat on Sep 26, 2019 0

Brunch is more than just a meal — it’s become more of a weekend event that everyone looks forward to throughout the week. Brunch involves bottomless mimosas, all types of eggs, pancakes, and more. In addition to the good eats, it’s often a great way for friends and family to catch up with one another […]

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Do You Have a Timeline For Your Life?

Do You Have a Timeline For Your Life?

by Kat on Apr 23, 2019 0

Many people have an idea of a life “timeline” that they hope they will accomplish certain life events by. “I want to be married by the time I’m ‘x’ years old.” Or “I want to have my first baby by ‘y’ years old.” In a study performed by Life Storage, they explored at what age […]

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These Cities Have No Shortage of the Latest Health Trend

These Cities Have No Shortage of the Latest Health Trend

by Kat on Jan 17, 2019 0

It’s no secret that city living comes with its perks– especially in regards to dining. From 5 star restaurants and food delivery services to the long list of bars and breweries to choose from, it’s impossible to run out of places to eat and drink in big cities. But even if you’ve taken advantage of […]

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Redefining Meal Prep to be Simple for All

Redefining Meal Prep to be Simple for All

by Kat on Jan 16, 2019 0

No matter your dietary needs and preferences, almost everyone has found themselves at some point struggling to decide what to put on the table and then find the time to get the ingredients and prepare the meal. Often one falls victim to making makeshift “meals” out of whatever is available or, worse yet, snacking uncontrollably […]

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The Best Post-Run Breakfasts in DC

The Best Post-Run Breakfasts in DC

by Kat on Mar 17, 2016 0

With nice weather seemingly here to stay, it’s an absolute joy to head out for those long weekend runs. Whether you’re training for a race or not, Saturdays and Sundays are ideal for fitting in that high mileage because you don’t have to race off to work immediately after finishing your workout. It’s important to […]

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