There is a lot of great information out there that can help us lead our best possible lives. But it’s not always possible to read every interesting article that speeds by on our newsfeeds. So we’ve gathered five not-to-be-missed stories from around the web that inspired us in some way or contributed to a healthy decision this week. We hope they do the same for you!
Giuliana Rancic’s Advice for Working Moms
If you want to get something done, ask the busiest woman you know. Giuliana reminds us of this old adage as she juggles a successful career, a beautiful family, and now a new book, Going Off Script. Read about who she manages to balance her busy schedule to make time for both work and her career.
The 3-Minute Plank Challenge You Can Do Anywhere (Mind Body Green)
We’ve heard it time and time again: having a strong core is key to maintaining and sustaining a strong, healthy lifestyle. Follow this 3-Minute Plank Challenge and start making this a regular part of your routine.
A Detoxifying Salad Jennifer Aniston Swears By (People Great Ideas)
Jennifer Aniston is almost always making headlines about her health, diet, and fitness routines. And now she joined Instagram for the first time (for one day as she took over Living Proof’s account) and shared her some of her secrets. Get an inside look at what she really eats and find inspiration for your lunch and dinners this week.
You can also check out her Favorite Quinoa Salad recipe on Community Table.
What You Can Learn About Fitness and Body Image from the Girls of Girls (Well + Good)
Body image and acceptance is something that a lot people struggle with, and the actresses in the hit HBO series Girls remind us to be kinder to ourselves, set realistic goals, and just be human.
Discover The Surrender Experiment
After a deep spiritual awakening, Michael A. Singer decided to let go of his personal preferences and simply let life call the shots. The events that transpire during his journey will inspire you to look at your own life in a radically different way. Read more here.
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