I’m usually crunched for time, and when I’m not, I tend to be just plain lazy. I grab whatever is easy and rarely ever actually fire up the stove. Healthy snacks are key. What I love about raw, vegan snacks is that they can be decadent while also being good for you.
Instagram can be a double-edged sword. You can use it to feel bad about yourself (there are always going to be people fitter, prettier, more successful…), or you can use it as a tool to fuel positive changes in your life. Why not stop torturing ourselves and do the latter?
If you’ve used Hourglass’ primer you’ve probably been wondering why the heck, in all these years, they haven’t launched skincare.
I’m pretty obsessed with Barry’s Bootcamp, a boutique studio where you alternate running with body weight and resistance training. When you run, you run facing a mirror, and I almost always run in a Nike sports bra. Maybe it sounds cheesy, but there’s something empowering about seeing that Nike swoosh as I sprint.
So after a super foodie trip to Israel during which I ate my weight in hummus, pita, and babka (only to come back to NYC for Thanksgiving and about a month straight of non-stop cheat days), I thought, why not try something new and do a soup cleanse?
When it comes to heat styling, women tend to pay the most attention to their flat irons; and yes, it’s very important to shop wisely for one that is going to do the least damage to your hair. That said, it’s also important to make sure your blow dryer isn’t damaging your hair especially because most of us are using it at least as often as our other heated styling tools.