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    26 Bullet Journals So Beautiful You’ll Want To Be Healthier

    January 19th, 2018 by Our Webmaster

    By Anna Borges

    LOOK AT THIS MOTTO TO LIVE BY, YES.

    Just some bullet journal ideas to help create the ILLUSION OF PRODUCTIVITY.

    Btw, the idea here is to get inspiration for layouts to track your own personal health goals — not to copy anyone’s individual plans. What works for one bullet journalist might not work for you, so definitely consult with a doctor before pursuing any fitness or diet plan.

    Omg, I want to get a healthy amount of sleep now.

    Instagram: @boho

    Get in loser, we’re going to the gym and then logging it in this sexy monochromatic tracker.

    Instagram: @bullet_journalish

    TAKING CARE OF YOURSELF HAS NEVER BEEN MORE ALLURING.

    Instagram: @craftyenginerd

    Look at this! You’ll actually have something to tell your doctor when they ask how you’ve been feeling! RECEIPTS!!

    Instagram: @ohayobento

    @FitBit where you at?? I want to track my steps now.

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    15 People Share The Best Advice They’ve Ever Gotten In Therapy

    January 18th, 2018 by Our Webmaster

    By Gyan Yankovich

    H/T Reddit

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    “I would often be so concerned with what I ‘should’ be doing that I couldn’t enjoy anything I wanted to do. Since getting that advice I have tried to separate everything into things ‘I want to do’ and ‘things I need to do’. It has certainly helped me enjoy things more as of late.” —CaptainBoozin

    “Especially when it comes to other people and what they might or might not do.” —FenianCommunist

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    “I exhausted myself trying to fix my failed relationship by trying to fix my ex’s mental illnesses by myself. Those problems were not mine to fix, and even if they were, I did not have the tools to do it.” —InfernalWedgie

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    “Often I tell myself that the world is out to get me or that people don’t like me. But really, that’s not the case. People are far more focused on themselves. A lot of what you …read more

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    Trump Got A Perfect Score On His Mental Health Test, The White House Doctor Says

    January 17th, 2018 by Our Webmaster

    By Brianna Sacks

    Carlos Barria / Reuters

    President Donald Trump is perfectly healthy and fit to lead the country, showing no cognitive or mental issues, although he could stand to lose a few pounds, the White House doctor said Tuesday.

    “He has absolutely no cognitive or mental issues whatsoever,” Dr. Ronny Jackson told reporters during a lengthy and detailed press conference, noting that the results from the president’s mental fitness exam were “normal” and that he is “very sharp.”

    Jackson, a Navy physician who examined several former presidents, including presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush, conducted Trump’s first physical last Friday.

    Trump is the nation’s oldest president and there here has been ongoing speculation as to whether the 71-year-old is mentally fit to be president due to his sometimes erratic behavior — concerns that were amplified after the publication of the explosive book Fire and Fury, which stated that the president’s team constantly worried about his mental stability. The president hit back at the book earlier this month by calling himself a “very stable genius” and dubbing the author, Michael Wolff, “mentally deranged.”

    Dr. Jackson said Trump personally requested a cognitive test in last week’s medical exam. He said the president scored …read more

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    19 Quick And Healthy Recipes You’ll Want To Make All Year Long

    January 16th, 2018 by Our Webmaster

    By Shannon Rosenberg

    It's hard to come by healthy recipes that actually taste good and don't take FOREVER to make.

    Meals that make eating healthy seriously easy… and tasty.

    It’s hard to come by healthy recipes that actually taste good and don’t take FOREVER to make.

    It’s also easy to reach for your phone and order takeout, or pop some very processed freezer foods into the oven, just in time to watch your favorite show. But either option probably won’t keep you full or help you meet your fitness and nutrition goals (whatever those may be).

    So for your convenience, we rounded up some delicious-looking recipes that are easy to make and will actually keep you satiated until it’s time for your next meal. They also include only whole, minimally processed foods, and have very little added sugar, if any at all.

    Alright, prepare your cooking supplies and let’s get into it!

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    Cheesy Cauliflower Breadsticks

    Cheesy Cauliflower Breadsticks

    There is never a bad time for cheesy “bread.”

    Here’s the recipe.

    Jo (Jo Cooks) / Via jocooks.com

    Mexican Street Corn Chicken Salad

    Mexican Street Corn Chicken Salad

    You can save …read more

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    13 Things People Want Couples To Stop Immediately

    January 15th, 2018 by Our Webmaster

    By Shannon Rosenberg

    We asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us which relationship habits people need to quit ASAP, and we got a lot of awesome, thoughtful responses.

    Let’s retire the term ~BAE~ forever.

    We asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us which relationship habits people need to quit ASAP, and we got a lot of awesome, thoughtful responses.

    They were all really honest tips that anyone should keep in mind if they want to have a strong, healthy relationship.

    Twitter: @ltskermit

    Creating and using joint Facebook accounts.

    Creating and using joint Facebook accounts.

    There is something very unsettling to me about making joint social media accounts, email addresses, etc., with your significant other. Like I understand when you’re married and your bank accounts are now joined. But can’t you still have your own personalities and individuality elsewhere? Having a couple’s Facebook is unnecessary.

    PHM8

    NBC / Via tenor.com

    “Jokingly” dragging your S.O. or talking about very private things with your partner in front of everyone.

    "Jokingly" dragging your S.O. or talking about very private things with your partner in front of everyone.

    The ~cringiest~ thing for me is when someone “jokingly” drags their significant other in front of other …read more

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    8 Things Women Should Know About Exercising During Pregnancy

    January 15th, 2018 by Our Webmaster

    By TamaraPridgett

    You're pregnant. Congratulations! More good news: If you're feeling up for it, physical activity is encouraged — with some caveats.

    With your doctor’s permission, exercise is usually fine during pregnancy.

    You’re pregnant. Congratulations! More good news: If you’re feeling up for it, physical activity is encouraged — with some caveats.

    I’m a certified personal trainer who specializes in pre/postnatal fitness, so I’ve talked to a lot of women who are apprehensive about working out while pregnant. To get the best tips for staying active and safe throughout pregnancy, I talked with Dr. Mary Jane Minkin, clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Yale School of Medicine, in New Haven, CT, and Dr. Ashley Roman, associate professor of maternal medicine in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at NYU Langone Health in New York. Read on for their general guidelines. (But again, check with your doctor for the specific recommendations that are related to your health and pregnancy). 💪

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    If you’ve exercised before your pregnancy, you feel up to it, and you don’t have any health reasons not to, you should be able to continue.

    Don’t be afraid to stick with your current routine as long as there are no …read more

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    35 Secrets Midwives Will Never Give Away

    January 15th, 2018 by Our Webmaster

    By Anna Aridzanjan

    This is every midwife's most powerful weapon.

    Google is your worst enemy when you’re pregnant.

    This is every midwife’s most powerful weapon.

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    No matter how chaotic a midwife’s schedule is, her bag is ALWAYS neatly packed.

    No matter how chaotic a midwife's schedule is, her bag is ALWAYS neatly packed.

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    Anytime someone mentions a “pool,” this is the first thing a midwife thinks of:

    Anytime someone mentions a "pool," this is the first thing a midwife thinks of:

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    Midwives are teachers, and this is what their classroom looks like:

    Midwives are teachers, and this is what their classroom looks like:

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    Midwives are jacked, because this is the arm workout they do every day.

    Instagram: @hebammesissirasche

    Midwives are capable of stitching together ruptures as well as any surgeon–even near the most sensitive part of a woman’s body.

    <img src="https://img.buzzfeed.com/buzzfeed-static/static/2018-01/5/10/asset/buzzfeed-prod-fastlane-03/sub-buzz-17858-1515164482-1.png?resize=625:628" width="625" height="628" alt="Midwives are capable of stitching …read more

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    19 Things Even Healthy People Do That Are Actually Bad For You

    January 14th, 2018 by Our Webmaster

    By Shannon Rosenberg

    Being on your phone at all times and taking your phone into bed with you.

    It’s time to start living your best life.

    Being on your phone at all times and taking your phone into bed with you.

    Instead, try putting your phone away when you’re spending time with friends, not using your phone when you’re out having dinner, and setting it down when you’ve been on it for more than 15 minutes at a time.

    On average, people can lose up to an hour of sleep per night if they go to bed with their phone in the room, BuzzFeed Health previously reported. So maybe also leave your phone outside of your bedroom, or at least put it somewhere out of arm’s reach, so that you can limit any before-bed scrolling.

    If you need some extra help, here are 22 ways to break up with your cell phone.

    Oxygen / Via tenor.com

    Following people on social media that only make you upset and/or angry.

    Following people on social media that only make you upset and/or angry.

    It’s time to unfriend/unfollow all the people who don’t make you feel good about yourself, such as former friends or co-workers who you …read more

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    If You Get Over 8/11 On This Quiz Then You’re Probably Into BDSM

    January 13th, 2018 by Our Webmaster

    By Anthony Rivas

    There’s more to it than whips and chains and tight latex suits.

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    Literally 329 Things That Will Make Living With Depression A Little Easier

    January 13th, 2018 by Our Webmaster

    By Anna Borges

    For when you're having a hard time finding the perfect therapist.

    Because it can REALLY SUCK.

    Some of those people are therapists and psychologists. Others are people dealing with depression who can tell you firsthand what worked for them. We’ve written a lot of depression content over the years — both helpful and feelsy — so we decided to pull a few gems together in one list.

    For when you want tips from people who know what you’re going through.

    Sometimes, the little things really do help. BuzzFeed Community members with depression shared the tiny things they do to keep it at bay. Read 43 Small Things People With Depression Do Every Day To Feel Good for ways to supplement your professional treatment.

    Example tip: “One of the coping skills I use with my bipolar depression is to take five minutes and make someone else’s day better. Uplifting another person instantly makes you feel better. You never know what someone else is going through, so a smile, compliment, or act of kindness can go a long way on both ends.” —prncesskristyn

    instagram.com / Via instagram.com

    For when you’re having a …read more

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