Serenity Now! On Feeling Overwhelmed & What to Do About It

October 19, 2014 at 7:04 am
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Fall has been very, very busy so far. Very busy. Yesterday morning, I woke up for my long run (which I always look forward to) with dread. I. was. tired. So tired! As a person who can always “do it all,” I just got up and went. But my heart was not in it. I stayed up too late, but I had to meet friends, run, go to the farmers market, head to a Chicago Ideas Week…

Hydration, Hydration, Hydration! SOS Rehydrate Review + Special Offer

October 18, 2014 at 7:04 am
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SOS Rehydrate is a new sports drink with a laser focus on hydration. SOS Rehydrate is a fast-acting electrolyte replacement drink developed to prevent and fight mild to moderate dehydration from active lifestyles. It has 50% more electrolytes and 75% less carbohydrates than other sports drinks. Many sports drinks are “energy drinks” with sugar and/or caffeine and give an artificial energy boost – they are not meant to hydrate you. SOS Rehydrate uses the right mix…

Friday Finds: Improve Your Wifi Karma, Your Shopping Karma + More!

October 17, 2014 at 6:08 am
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Sometimes you just need wireless on the go, but who wants another contract fee to pay monthly? Not me. Enter Karma. They say, “In this dinosaur of an industry, we’re bringing some good karma. Every time you share your connection with someone new, you’ll each earn free data.” The best thing about Karma is that you buy a device – I got mine for a steal from Gilt City. Then you pay as you go.…

Run. Influence. Change The World. Support #Run10Feed10

October 16, 2014 at 7:34 am
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A few years ago, I saw an ad in Women’s Health for a new run series called Run10Feed10. The aim was simple – to raise money to feed millions of Americans who are hungry. For each runner who signed up to run 10K, ten meals would be provided to hungry Americans in the runner’s community. This is an easy way to make a difference to a family (or several) in your community. I remember thinking…