The first half of this article covered three simple steps for how to get to inbox zero—and keep it that way. Here are a few more helpful tips from digital organizer Christine Moline.
According to the 2018 Adobe Consumer Email Survey, workers spend an average of 3.1 hours a day on their email. Over a week, that’s 15.5 hours, or just under half of the total work week. Suffice to say, saving yourself time is a primary incentive to minimize digital clutter and create a simple system to manage ema...
As frigid temperatures set in, you’re probably ready to break out your floor-length parka and fluffy scarves to keep warm — or just stay inside and avoid the winter weather altogether.
But bundling up in layers and spending less time outdoors can limit your exposure to the sun — and this can lead to lower levels of vitamin D, which is produced when your skin absorbs UV rays from the sun.
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Are you in the market for some new talent? Is your company struggling to keep up with recruiting, hiring, and training? Good news! There’s a pool of candidates out there that are already trained, understand professional etiquette, and are eager to share their expertise and wisdom.
Extra bonus: they know how to expertly manage those troublesome Millennials. That’s great news, right?
Chances are, you’ve already reviewed their resumes or conducted first-round interviews. And you’ve already passed them over. You have a bias.
I talk about my significant other in a lot of the articles that I write. He’s sometimes embarrassing, boisterous, and goofy—but most of all, he’s my sole entrepreneurial support network at home. For the last three years, Mars and I have managed to live and work from home together. We navigate our 700 square-feet of shared space in Austin, Texas with minimal fighting, even without a microwave, dishwasher, and, until three months ago, a TV.
I won’t claim that either of us are experts.
A plié (pronounced plee-AY) is as simple as bending your knees — and yet, this foundational movement really isn’t that simple.
When translated from French, plié means “bend” or “bending.” It’s a staple movement in ballet and many barre workouts, like Xtend Barre on Openfit. In these workouts, you’ll need to know how to do a plié properly, as it’s a foundation for more advanced movements.
If you’ve scrolled through Instagram recently, you’ve probably seen fitness influencers trying their hand at impressive yoga inversions like headstands and handstands.
Inversions don’t just look cool — they’re also a great way to improve your balance, engage your core, and strengthen your upper body. But before you learn how to do a handstand, it’s important to get comfortable with being upside down.
According to a recent survey, more than 36 million Americans practice yoga. So it looks like this 5,000-year-old Indian discipline is here to stay. Among its more intense forms is ashtanga yoga, a rigidly-structured variation of vinyasa (or flow style) yoga designed to encourage consistent daily practice, promote independence from your instructor, and inspire advancement within its various series as you progress in strength and flexibility.
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Take a deep breath and calm down isn’t just good advice for wound-up kids. Conscious breathing — whether it’s done simply or by following the breathing techniques of pranayama — can bring a feeling of ease to anyone who is having a stressful day.
It’s 7:30 on a Wednesday morning, and these students are ready to go.
It’s graduation day at Eastside Memorial High School in Austin, Texas.
Before the class of 2017 walks the stage, each takes a moment for the most important meal of the day: breakfast.
It’s spread out on a table outside the school auditorium: taquitos bursting with eggs, bacon and, cheese, Breakfast on a Bun sandwiches stacked high with sausage and egg, Honey Butter Chicken Biscuits dripping with sauce and more.
We all want chiseled arms, strong legs, and glutes that pop — but what about your lower back muscles? Ripped abs are great for showing off, but the humble erector spinae, quadratus lumborum, and psoas major form an often forgotten group that is every bit as essential to a strong core.
Imagine you’re hiring a writer for your business. You have to decide whether to interview this writer based on a brief written introduction.
My ability to design and live the life I want is what inspired me to start writing about it. Intentional lifestyle can include fitness, health, entrepreneurship, finance, travel, and so much more. I use my Millennial voice to share with others how they can design their lives, too, and what I’ve learned over the years is that the reason why I do what I do matters. My clients hire me because I can sell the “why” and not the “what.”
From Google searches to message board posts, no other part of the body draws as much inquiry as the muscles comprising the core. Lean, defined abdominals and obliques have not only become the emblem of fitness, they provide logistical support for nearly all other parts of the body. It’s no wonder everyone wants to know what are the best core exercises so they can strengthen their core.