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.
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.
At Austin Fit, we pride ourselves on being original, well-researched, and above all, fun. The A-List is a curated list of our team's favorite products and tips based on personal experience or expert advice. This month features a list of our favorite gear for SXSW.
We Tried to Keep Pace with Skechers Performance Athlete, David Fuentes, to find out what to consider wearing when we lace up on race day.
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If you’re like most health-minded folks, you’re probably following some sort of routine to get in shape and burn off that winter layer. You’re hitting the gym, eating healthy, and maybe even laying off the booze for a few weeks. Kudos! But, if you’re putting all of your focus on nutrition and exercise, you could be missing a big piece of the fat loss, hormone- balancing, and muscle-building puzzle—sleep.
The biggest reason we fail at our resolutions is because they aren’t tangible, realistic goals to which we can hold ourselves accountable. It’s time to look at our resolutions from a new perspective! Here are some helpful apps to improve accountability and sustainability when it comes to your resolutions.