Monday’s Roundup: “sweating out” a cold & more...

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We interrupt the winter gloom with this important update: Love is in the air. Before you get to celebrating Galentine’s Day, 50% off Chocolates Day (February 15th), or just regular Valentine’s Day, take a look at our favorite articles from the web to start off your week.

P.S. We love you!


“Sure, a romantic candlelit dinner would be nice, but why not turn the overly cheesy holiday into a Galentine's Day celebration?” Achieve #SquadGoals with theselast-minute Galentine’s Day ideas.


Cold and flu season is still among us. Even though feeling under the weather throws off your exercise schedule, does “sweating it out” really help you recover?  


Paruresis, also called shy bladder syndrome, can lead to physical complications such as UTIs and bladder infections.Here is what to do if peeing in public is impossible for you.


"It's all about giving women a safe place to run, and a community in which prioritizing themselves and their health is not only supported, butencouraged.”Meet the women runners who are making strides in India.


Travel is an escape from the ordinary-- even your normal workout routine. Certified personal trainer, Annette Lang, has some pointers onhow to fit in exercise while you travel. No gym required!


No matter what, nachos are always a good idea. But have you tried vegan nachos? How could you resist after reading this recipe?


Procrastination thoughts:Do I have wine at home? Should I cut off my hair? Remember the time…? Like a video game,procrastination has many levels. Which one are you on?

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