Bloomberg TV anchor Stephanie Ruhle shares her journey as she gets back in shape after having her third child.
As working women with jam-packed schedules, many of us don't actively aspire to have rocking' bods.
I wake up every morning with the framework for a healthy day in place:
I love watching the NYC Marathon—it might even be the best day of the year.
When it comes to sticking to my diet and promoting healthy eating, I'm only willing to go so far.
I'm sad to admit that after an incredible summer focused on fitness and well being, returning to NYC has been a steady stream of work, family, and no balance.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is close to my heart. When I was a student, I spent a semester in Florence. I have incredible memories of the amazing art, architecture, and of course food.
Just a few weeks ago, I was reveling in healthy living at the beach with my kids. Now that I'm back in the NYC grind, I find myself constantly working—but never working out.
Who are Charlie’s Angels? To some they were stealth female private investigators in the 1970s.
While a luxury gym membership and a flexible schedule can make sticking to a regular workout routine easier, they're certainly not required.