This article was created in partnership with Brita. Let's start at the beginning. What exactly is single-use plastic, and why is it harmful? Think of those random items you use only once then toss: water bottles, plastic forks, straws, the packaging on that to-go cup of hummus. Now imagine a trail of discarded plastic pieces (we're talking hundreds of millions of them) long enough to circle the equator 300 times.
Perhaps you're wondering why Trimbur shamelessly boogied in public. In her YouTube video description, she explains that she didn't have the opportunity to fly home and see her family for the holidays. So instead, she decided to dance around the people who did get to visit their loved ones. Why do we like this video so much?
Growing up in Florida, I was always outside. Any weekend, you'd find me swimming at the beach or pool, playing sports, water skiing, or riding bikes-you name it, I did it. So aside from premature sunspots, my active, outdoorsy childhood gave me a deep appreciation for Mother Nature: the original, $0-a-month gym.
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“Don't skip breakfast, it'll make you fat.” “Go more than a few hours without food, and your body will go into starvation mode.” “Stick to six small meals a day.” Chances are, you've probably heard at least one of these weight-maintenance rules of thumb before - and likely in the past few months. But where do these supposed tenets of healthy eating come from, and does it really matter how often we eat?
Last week, our readers reminded us that the best way to achieve healthy goals is to plan in advance and take 'em one step at a time. Inspiring feats during this #imagreatist tip roundup include a 30-day fitness challenge that turned into a year's worth of wellness, a well-paced foray into veganism, and a more active way to beat the Monday blues.