It's not even March and we're already sick of the cold winter weather. We admit it happens every year. As the sunlight dwindles so does the appeal of the outdoors. Yet continuing to stay active in the cold months is vital for your wellbeing. Here are four reasons you should make movement a priority:
While they probably have more stamps in their passports and don't often travel coach, these high-flying celebrities have some healthy travel tips that we want to steal. From Chrissy Teigen's in-flight face mask to Sports Illustrated model Nina Agdal advice about not taking a vacation from exercise, we all for adding more wellness to our travel.
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For us January always brings anticipation, excitement and the chance to hit the restart button. It's the culmination of a year and the start of a new path that we get to cultivate. While goals can be set any time of the year, January is often starting point because often the holiday affords us time off of our daily routine where we can sit and just be, even if it's for a few seconds.
Picture this: It’s 102 degrees. Your face is burnt, your lips are chapped, and you’re dripping with sweat. Lost in a foreign country and surrounded by illegible signs written in characters that may as well be hieroglyphs. You are holding a pack that weighs half as much as you do, and you have no transportation besides the worn-out feet that are barely supporting you at a standstill. You see people that you want to ask for help, but you don’t know their language, and they don’t know yours. And in this moment, I am infinitely happy. Why? Because I'm thousands of miles from home, light-years beyond my comfort zone, and I'm thrilled to finally be here.