7 rules to Keep My life easy

  • September 01, 2014
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I enjoy creating a few simple rules that we need some of the overwhelming decision every day to take to live. Pre-think these decisions, in order to formulate rules, and then just follow them and make your brain for more important decisions free. Why should we need to give as much thought to what we wear and eat, how we perceive and deal with e-mail, if it is the things we do every day? So I have a few rules Crafting that is easy to keep my life, so I do not need

The first thing you need to do to change your life

  • August 31, 2014
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"Never forget:.. At this moment, we can change our lives It was never a moment, and never will be, if we without changing the strength of our fate" ~ Steven Pressfield Change your life in the smallest or largest way is so simple, but it requires you to do something you probably already do all the time. If you ever wanted to receive a discipline, start a new business, to stop an addiction, or start something new, it is the same for all. Every life change requires a simple action: you decide. More than

5 No-BS Steps to Running Your First Ultra: How to Become an Ultra Marathoner

  • August 30, 2014
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Doug Hay is a 5-Ultra Marathon finisher time and the creator of trail running blog, Rock Creek Runner. He recently finished the Massanutten Mountain Trails 100 Mile Run. Doug Hay Ultra Marathoner He is also the co-host of the No Meat Athlete Radio podcast, author of Discover Your Ultra Marathon, and his work has featured in the competition, Outside Magazine, and Washingtonian, among many others. When it comes to the ultras, Doug is my go-to guy (I've previously with him about ultra running too). So today I'm excited to share his advice on

Pomegranate yogurt punch recipe

  • August 29, 2014
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I hope that this breakfast sets the tone for my entire day. I love the beautiful pomegranate swirls with bands of Turkish pine honey, a friend gave me intertwined. There are little puff sleeves BBs of quinoa, roasted sunflower seeds, some bee pollen, and clouds of creamy Greek yogurt. It was a stroke of luck, which just fall into place with everything after I reached for the pomegranate juice leftover from my current juicing experiment. So, for today, just a quick hello, and hopefully a little inspiration to make your

Looking for Love

A reader asked for advice for people who are looking for love, try to meet people from. The "looking for love" part of life is definitely try and I must admit I'm not a dating expert. I had relatively easy and convince luck with Eva to find them somehow, that I dateworthy. It must be my striking good looks. Although I am not much of advice, there is something I learned from experience: Prepare yourself first. Here's the thing: You can contact there, but you do not know whether you find someone soon,

A Primer On Muscle building supplements: Which work and which do not?

Of testosterone booster to Horny Goat Weed, dietary supplements that promise to build muscle, are a big industry. They are all marketed to people the same way: buy this product, get jacked, lose fat, look sexier, and success in life. But how many of these supplements actually help build muscle? Just because some of them helped diabetic laboratory mice put on muscle over a period of two weeks, does not mean you will experience the same effect. Animal research is a good way to set the stage for future studies in

20-Nothings Travel: How travel makes me little in the best possible way

  • August 06, 2014
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I'm not a very quiet person by nature. I am not prone to outbursts or anxiety attacks, but my mind and body are most commonly induction racing speed at a stomachache. I worry a lot. I want everything to be perfect. And I'm always disappointed in myself for not going further, faster. So it is not just makes sense that the trip gives me one of my only true sources of the "zen", mainly because I do not mean "Zen" in the hammock-on-a-palm-fringed beach (I know because I for one hour

Chia & Açai Fresca

  • August 05, 2014
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I hear a soft bounce and walk into the room Elsa. She is lying on the floor beside her bed, sleeping with the teddy bear as a pillow. I'm not sure why it does this, but it's not the first time that she crawls down from the bed in the middle of the night. It looks so uncomfortable, because surprisingly peacefully on the floor, but somehow it seems. With only hours, days or weeks (hopefully not) to the left until the little brother of Elsa comes, I've come to think

Four Yoga Poses for Sexy Arms

  • July 29, 2014
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If you work to stand on developing long lean muscles on the beach Look, it's time to learn yoga arm balances. Arm balances are an incredible way to ridiculous to achieve definition in your upper limbs. From the inside to the outside, to enable the lower major muscle closer to the bone, as well as the small superficial muscles on it. Although weights are for the toned arms, yoga positions work particularly well because they require isometric contraction of the muscles that are key to the contour. When muscles contract isometrically,

How grief can hurt your body

"Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can not hurt me." The old adage is questioned, called new research results from a study by the UCLA 2012: Dr. Naomi Eisenberger has found that social rejection and physical pain are inseparable in the brain. Testing, such as changes in pain perception In one experiment, in an issue of the journal Pain was released in 2006, used Eisenberger 75 participants to explore how given the perception of physical pain changing social circumstances changed. First, the researchers identified each person unique pain threshold by applying

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