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As we slide deeper into 2018, the gusto you had ringing in the new year might be starting to feel more like a distant memory. With lingering cold temps and long nights, burnout can feel imminent this time of year. The good news is there are ways to mitigate before the match is fully lit. Here are some ideas for falling back in love with life and rediscovering the zeal with which you started the year.
Becoming a minimalist these days is about as trendy as being vegan or ketogenic. We are obsessed with simplifying our lives because we inherently know that the less baggage we have—including material distractions, social networks, and burdensome obligations—the more happy we become.
Women HAVE probably have noticed fluctuations in energy, appetite, and cravings throughout the month. This is totally natural and, in fact, tuning into these changes be very useful! So instead of beating yourself up when you’re craving that extra helping of sweet potatoes or dark chocolate, learn how to work with your body by eating according to its different phases—much like you might do during rotating seasons of the year.