Being a celebrity seems pretty stressful. Sure, celebs make a lot of money and get tons of free stuff, but they're also constantly under the world's microscope when it comes to their appearance, what they say, and how their actions are perceived. In an interview on Elvis Duran's radio show yesterday, Katy Perry discussed how she juggles all those pressures that come along with being famous. One of her key coping mechanisms? Therapy.
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Getting into a yoga habit is healthy for a multitude of reasons (see: 8 Ways Yoga Beats the Gym), and switching your practice to the morning is even better. Here are just a few of the benefits of waking up with a few down dogs:
You've probably already heard a zillion times that "sitting is the new smoking" and that it seriously increases your chance of developing diabetes, cancer, and heart disease. Chances are, you probably said, "wow, that sucks!" and kept right on sitting.
But what if we told you that doing one thing—standing up for a while during the day—could be the easiest way to prevent those sneaky extra pounds from creeping on every year?
You've gotten dirty looks in spin class when the woman next to you catches you eyeballing her score. You've become obsessed with being the best at everything you try, and you may have lost a friend or two in the process. Such is the plight of the competitive woman. We're not suggesting becoming blasé, but you might want to consider mastering the following five skills to make life a little easier.
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