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Practical New Years Resolutions For 2019

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With each new year comes a refreshing feeling to hit the reset button and / or spend way too much on workout gear that will probably never experience one pilates class (and that’s OK). No matter if you consider 2018 as your best or worst year yet (personally, I’m like, please GTFO), the thought of a new year encourages all …

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Your Guide To The Best Black Friday / Cyber Monday Sales

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Thanksgiving—you give thanks and maybe even ugly cry being all sentimental with your family / friends / pets. You eat til you’re insanely uncomfortable (and always think why tho??). You nap hard. You eat some more. You want to nap again, but instead you throw on some comfy shoes, grab a huge coffee, and get those elbows out for battle …

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20 Pet Products You Didn’t Know You (And Your BFF) Needed

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If you’re anything like me, you want your pet(s) to have the best of everything. And why shouldn’t they? They’re our children! They make us laugh, they give us unconditional love and support, and they never judge us for who we really are home. Yeah, they *see* you. So, of course, anytime I find something amazing, my pup has to have …

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10 Recipes To Keep You Warm This Fall

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Everyone’s favorite season is here and we couldn’t be happier. With that said, the chilly air is vastly taking over and we’re all looking for something to warm us up. If you’re sick of sipping the same ol’ teas or you easily get the jitters from too much coffee, instead opt for a warm meal or snack. From soups and pastas to …

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Let’s Talk About Lyme Disease

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Growing up, I knew that in the summer you stay out of the woods and if you do play in tall grass, there’s going to be a 10 minute body check afterwards to look for ticks. As a kid, it was super annoying, but as an adult who has been struggling with (potential) Lyme Disease symptoms now, I praise my …