3 New Life-Changing Sites You NEED To Bookmark

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When it comes to keeping our lifestyle in order, we usually look to the World Wide Web to give us the answers. Well, now we've been given a trio of new sites to help keep those New Year's resolutions up to snuff — and keep 'em going strong. There is something for the foodie, the hobby enthusiast, and even the fitness freak in you. Basically, life just got a million times easier in just a few clicks!
FitMob
Any fitness endeavor that has a class called "Twerkout Condition" is right up our alley. FitMob, the city-wide workout, revolutionizes where you get your sweat on (basically, all over town). With instructors who will take you anywhere and everywhere to get you those toned behinds, the dedication comes easy. Get this: The more actively you make it to those classes, the cheaper the membership! Bonus: The first week of class is totally free, so that might be the extra nudge to get into gear.
Fullosophie
S.F. newcomer Fullosophie is taking your hobby game up a notch. With a collection of cool workshops, The Makers Series, you have access to learning some of the raddest party tricks — or at least, taking part in some you already love. From classes like Farmgirl Flowers Seasonal Centerpieces to a Gourmet BBQ + Craft Beer Pairing Master Class, you will be the hostess. Also, you'll never be at a loss for a cool date idea again. Why not jump in, stylish feet first, and win tickets to Fullosophie's Margaret Elizabeth wine-infused, jewelry-design tutorial? To enter, just comment below telling us what kind of wearable baubles you can't live without, and get yourself a new skill, on the house.
Zesty
Okay, so this app may not technically be a site, per se, but it's definitely worth tapping that download button for. When you do, your days of deliberating over a massive take-out menu pile or trying to decode which Asian cuisine has less calories, will be over. Zesty is a food app that brings you the healthiest of eats, right to your phone. Choose between your favorite skinny meals, and even check out the nutrition facts before you call it in. Those late nights at the office will no longer be gorge-fests, and instead, be your waistline's new happy hour.

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