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Budget-Friendly Holiday Gifts

This Christmas, stuff everyone’s stockings without breaking the bank. These gifts can provide plenty of holiday cheer while making your wallet shout with joy over all the money saved.


Weighing the odds

It doesn’t matter how many calories you count, carbs you cut out or miles you jog if the pounds won’t stay off. This is the case for many women, and it leaves a nagging question: What am I doing wrong?


Overcoming Worry

Maybe you’re a worry wart. Maybe you’re just going through an uncertain season. Whatever the situation, we can find ourselves sometimes consumed by the “what ifs” and “why nots.” Next time you’re tossing and turning in bed or drifting out in thought at work, use these five techniques to overcome worry.


Are you a workaholic?

Women are more likely to experience workaholism, and yes, “workaholism” is a real word and a very serious mental health concern. Instead of being unable to control the number of drinks you have at a bar, workaholism makes it difficult to control the number of hours you log at your desk.

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Avoid shopping spree guilt by supporting businesses that give back. All of these companies donate items or money every time you purchase something for yourself.


Successfully navigating your twenties is no easy feat. Whether your priority is school, your career, your faith or your family, you’ve got a lot on your plate. So it's no surprise that your health may be on the backburner. While this period of life comes with a set of its own unique challenges, there are certain steps you can take to form good health habits.


Women, aging and supplements

Not all vitamins and supplements are created equally. Multivitamins provide essential nutrients, but one does not fit all. Men’s and women’s bodies by design have different nutritional needs. Meaning, if you grab just any vitamin bottle off the shelf, whether you’re a man or woman, you may not be getting the precise fuel your body needs. During certain times in life, only taking a multivitamin may not provide all of the nutrients and minerals your body needs.


Grocery Store No More!

Whether you’re trying to avoid the crowds or just pinch a few pennies, your pantry is a treasure trove of dinnertime opportunities. Here’s a few ways to spice up your meals without breaking the bank.


Using Art as an Outlet

Art has been ingrained in human society for hundreds of thousands of years. From cave drawings to rock carvings all the way to today’s digital art, creating is something innate to human existence. However, today’s culture seems to perpetuate the idea that activities aren’t worthwhile unless you’re the best at it. Many small creators choose to commoditize their hobby. But you don’t have to be a prodigy or make an income from your art in order to benefit from it.


Rise and Shine

If you’re a night owl looking to improve your overall health, brain power, happiness and so much more, then listen up. If you’re already an early bird taking advantage of each morning, you’ve cracked the code to being more productive and successful.


Purge or Problem?

Whether you’ve struggled with acne since your teenage years or spots have found a place on your face in adulthood, the age-old question remains: How do I get clear skin?


Don’t Quit Your Day Job Yet!

Do you find yourself daydreaming about the opportunity to write your life’s story while residing in a European castle, but you’re currently on the clock? Do your thoughts wander toward setting up an easel in Paris and painting the cafés, couples strolling by and the Eiffel Tower at dusk, but you have a stack of reports due by quitting time?