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How to Use Your Phone with Intention

Chances are you’ve been on a run or ride or hike recently, come across a beautiful scene—perhaps clouds parting, like curtains, to reveal a mountaintop, or an open vista of endless desert—and felt the instinctual, compulsory urge to grab your phone. “This will make a great Instagram,” you’ve thought.
March 21, 2017

Why we it:

Brad calls us out on seeing the world through our devices and failing to enjoy the moment for what it is. Definitely gives us pause for thought on pulling out our phones to capture an "Instagrammable" moment.

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‘Irresistible’ By Design: It’s No Accident You Can’t Stop Looking At The Screen

Could smartphones and other screens be decreasing the human attention span? Author Adam Alter thinks so.
March 21, 2017

Why we it:

Fascinating interview on how technology has been designed to be addictive. It prompted us to put down our phones and be more thoughtful about the hours we spend in front of screens.

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How to turn it off

Whether your “stress” is miles run, words written, presentations given, games coached, hours spent studying, or canvases painted, if you don’t give yourself the time and space to recover, you’re liable to burnout and cause injury to yourself and perhaps even others.
March 21, 2017

Why we it:

Great piece on the importance of "recovery time" including advice on how to find time for mental recuperation in a busy, technology crazy world.

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Doing Nothing

This illustrates a paradox I’ve noticed this month: Sitting still is incredibly powerful. Recently I’d been hankering to meditate more, and I can’t sustain a good hanker, so I started sitting more often, and for longer time periods, than ever before. This has had a weird result. Slowing down has caused everything I do to happen faster.
March 21, 2017

Why we it:

Martha Beck shares her recent revelation that taking time out to meditate can improve her productivity in other areas.

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7 Reasons You Must Read Aloud to Your Kids At All Ages

Reading to your kids is about so much more than simply teaching them to read in kindergarten or first grade. Here are seven great reasons why you should be obsessed with reading aloud daily to your children, no matter their age:
March 17, 2017

Why we it:

Reading is so vitally important...not just for a child's education.

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What’s So Important About Core Strength

“Core strength” has been something of a buzz term recently, but I admit — until yesterday, I wasn’t sure what the big deal was all about. Isn’t core training just a fancy way of saying toning your abs? Our moms used to simply call this “doing sit-ups.”

But there’s way more to core training than the abdominals (and getting a flat tummy), says Dena Stern, personal trainer and managing editor of Exercise.com.
March 10, 2017

Why we it:

Having a strong core goes beyond getting those dreamy toned abs. Check this article out to find out why you should include core exercises into your daily routine.

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Keeping It Real

It’s no cover of Glamour Magazine, but when my pics from the NY Fashion Week Oiselle Runway show were posted, a lot of people commented that it was pretty crazy to have my body change that much in three months. And yeah, it was a little crazy but in real life, people don’t walk around spray tanned and flexed.
March 10, 2017

Why we it:

The reality of a "runway body" and why you shouldn't aspire to have that "perfect body".

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Curb Your Sweet Tooth

Are you addicted to sugar? Learn how to fight sugar cravings and reap the sweet rewards.
January 18, 2017

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It is tough to get away from all the delicious sweets. But, if you're able to there are tons of great rewards for not only your health but your daily mentality. Check out this article to help you out.

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2016 Buyer’s Guide

Triathlete Magazine's top picks for gear across all things swim, bike and run!
December 11, 2016

Why we it:

Triathlete magazine has done an amazing job of putting to the test some of the best gear on the market, and then breaking it down for you - the buyer - gear category by gear category. A great resource of the top products on the market

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Carving Out Me Time During Holiday Season

Most people use the term “holiday season” in reference to December—with Christmas shopping, family get-togethers, work parties, and New Year’s. For me, it begins much earlier. October breaks me out of my comfort zone by thrusting me into the crowded spaces of Comic-Con, Halloween, Diwali, and Bandi-Chhor Diwas. Then, there’s just a little recovery time before Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s.
December 4, 2016

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An introverted father's strategy for survival during holiday season with his extroverted wife's family.

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