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Have you ever left a workout class and thought to yourself, I just worked out muscles I never I knew I had? If you ask me, that’s the sign of an awesome workout. The reason why it’s such a good feeling to be sore in places you didn’t expect is because your body feels like it actually did work — instead of going read
We can’t say that we were surprised when we learned that San Francisco was high on the list of cities where millennials can’t afford to buy homes these days. What did surprise us was how many of our “backup cities” — diverse, interesting locales with amazing food, music, and art scenes that we have on our radar read
If you’re at all tapped into the world of indie makeup brands, you’re probably familiar with Lime Crime — and, if you’re familiar with Lime Crime, you probably know that Velvetines, its line of liquid matte lip stains, are cult favorites. But, if you’re a Velvetines devotee, you might want to look for a temporary read
The world lost renowned Dr. Oliver Sacks, 82, to cancer on Sunday morning. The British-born neurologist was best known for making the oddities of the brain fascinating to everyone by publishing his extraordinary findings in books like Awakenings (which became the 1990 Robin Williams movie) and The Man Who Mistook His Wife read
We may be in mid-August, but that doesn't mean the New York City heat has eased up. In fact, we'd go as far as to say that these past few days have taken heat and humidity to peak levels of grossness. We're hot. We're sticky. And while our bodies are pretty much begging us to shack up all day in an air-conditioned office, read