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How to stay fit and stay fresh for the Summer

Some references from Health.com authors note: Hi Breathe Blog subscribers! Thank you for your patience on awaiting a new blog while I navigate my way through motherhood. I have a now two-month old son who has been taking up all of my attention. I am so grateful and happy to be experiencing this new season…

How to stretch your tight hips!

Resources from healthline.com Many people have tight hips, from people who spend several hours a day sitting to regular gym-goers and professional athletes. Some people are more prone to tightness in that area of their body, too. Tight hips may put you at increased risk for injury due to the increased demands on tissues that…

10 Breathing Exercises to help reduce stress

Resources from Healthline.com Take a deep breath in. Now let it out. You may notice a difference in how you feel already. Your breath is a powerful tool to ease stress and make you feel less anxious. Some simple breathing exercises can make a big difference if you make them part of your regular routine. How to…

The Benefits of Cardio Exercise

References from topfitness.com & darebee.com If you are new to working out or returning to the gym, deciding what kind of exercises you should do can be overwhelming. While it doesn’t hurt to try a little bit of everything, there are some exercises that will be more beneficial toward your goals. For instance, cardio is…

How to create a morning routine!

Resources from Lifehack & The Hollis Co. Even if you are not a morning person…there is a perfect morning routine that will make YOU happy and productive all day – you just have to find yours. A morning routine is said to boost happiness, increase productivity, reduce stress levels and get you grounded and settled…

Tips for working-out at home

Referenced from Chantel Nowak Feeling stuck at home because of Covid-19? Or maybe you aren’t comfortable with going to a gym or a fitness class right now. Working out at home can be a great alternative to hitting the gym. It’s pretty ideal, in fact. 10 reasons working out at home is awesome Your bathroom…

9 Ways to Beat the Winter Blues

Article referenced from Brigitt Earley and Melanie Rud  Here are 9 ways that you can help improve your mood during the winter! 1. Give your skin some TLC There’s no denying that your skin looks better in the summer, with its sun-kissed glow and fresh dewiness (thank you, humidity). There’s also no denying that as temperatures and humidity…

How to improve your posture

Resources from girlslivingwell.com You can improve your posture at any age, but the sooner the better. The longer you wait with aiding your posture, the more damage you can put on your body. The best way to improve it is to start taking measures in your daily life and be conscious of wanting to improve.…

How to protect your skin in 2021

Resources from Byrdie.com We have all had to adjust the last few months to a different way of life in many ways. Let’s take a self-care approach that can help us feel a little more comfortable in our own skin. Wearing a mask can be inconvenient in a number of ways and let’s be honest,…

How to set an achievable goal

Resources from tonyrobbins.com With the arrival of the New Year, there is no better time to focus on your health. Many people will set New Year’s resolutions this year, but only a few will keep them. Ready to leave New Year’s resolutions behind? Don’t give up on them yet, research shows that setting goals is…

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