Month: December 2019

Ever find yourself scrolling through social media and begin to ponder where it all went wrong? How is so-and-so from high school “finding herself” in a tropical location, while you’re home watching Netflix, dreaming of what could have been? Friend-of-a-friend is showcasing her Sunday meal prep in color-coordinated containers, while you’re wondering if there’s an
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When the clock strikes 12 tonight, it will be more than the end of the decade; it’ll be the end of Friends‘ golden era on Netflix. That’s right, people: You have less than 24 hours to binge watch as much Friends as humanly possible before it leaves the streaming service on January 1. Forget the
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Slaven VlasicGetty Images We all know the French braid, the waterfall braid, and the dutch braid, but have you tried the fishtail braid yet? It’s the super easy and trendy hairstyle that looks a lot harder than it actually is. Stylist Mckenzie Penhall and Global Artistic Ambassador of Redken Sam Villa agree with the sentiment
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If there’s one thing 2019 delivered on, it’s great moments in sports. Records were broken, seemingly impossible physical feats were achieved, and long-overdue victories finally came to fruition, all in front of millions — sometimes billions — of fans around the world. It’s not easy to narrow down all the incredible things that happened this
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Barack Obama has good taste in, well, everything, and apparently that includes workout music. It’s become somewhat of a tradition for the former president to release his top picks in books, movies, TV, and music each year, and in 2019, his list of songs included this note: “If you’re looking for something to keep you
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Courtesy of STX Entertainment From Elton John biopic Rocketman to the so-wild-it-must-be-true tale of Hustlers, 2019 was a big year for movies based on true stories. These are the best, most intriguing real-life tales that got the film treatment this year. 1 Fighting With My Family Dwayne Johnson executive produced this sports comedy-drama based on
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There are few things we can collectively agree on in the year 2019, but there’s one undeniable truth we must accept: There’s too much stuff clamoring to fill our ever-dwindling free time. As we close out a decade that irreversibly altered the way we process reality and perceive our individual place in the world, we’re
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Michael Buckner/Deadline/ShutterstockShutterstock Queen’s snakeskin boots. Slim’s oxblood velour tracksuit. Uncle Earl’s floor-length fur coat. In Queen and Slim, Melina Matsoukas and Lena Waithe’s unflinching road trip thriller about a Tinder date gone awry, each outfit tells a different story. On the surface, they’re lush, bold, visually appealing costumes set against a rather gloomy backdrop of
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You’re tired, overwhelmed, and overworked. You may struggle to fall asleep or stay focused at school or work. Why do you feel this way? There’s one resounding answer: you’re stressed out. And you’re not alone. Fifty-five percent of Americans report feeling stressed during the day, according to revealing data from Gallup. The start of a
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I find it very easy to get enough protein on a plant-based diet, as long as I’m eating a variety of beans, tofu, nuts, seeds, protein powder, whole grains, almond yogurt, and high-protein plant milk like Ripple. I’ve also found another food that offers a decent amount of protein: nutritional yeast, which vegans agree is
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No dumbbells? That’s OK! You don’t need them if you choose effective bodyweight moves like these. The 10 exercises below will target your upper body including your biceps, triceps, forearms, shoulders, and upper back. Be warned — you will absolutely be sore after this workout, but that’s what you want in order to build strong
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Whether you’ve committed to start working out for the first time ever, or you’ve decided to make it a priority after a bit of an extended break, beginning a new exercise routine can be downright daunting. Add in factors like a busy full-time job and having a family and, honestly, who can blame you for
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