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I used to wear makeup because I loved the way it looked. I mean, I wore it because it was fun and I felt confident and it was a little bit of peace in my morning routine, but mostly, I just enjoyed looking good for the people around me. I thought I had too much acne or my hair was too thin to “pull off” the styles I saw people try on Instagram and Pinterest. Now, I put makeup on because it makes me feel cool and powerful in meetings, it’s something fun to kickstart my day, and it’s quite the conversation starter. This has led me to try new makeup looks I never would have previously even looked at, let alone covered my face in. But now I look forward to new trends every single season. This year’s summer makeup trends are here, so I naturally jumped at the chance to try them.

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The trends this summer are everything I’ve ever wanted and more. From bright lips to glittery eyeshadow to lightweight skin and simple, gorgeous hair looks to boot, Hot Girl Summer lives on once again. I was so excited, I had to try them for myself. Here’s how it went:

 

1. Orange Lips

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I gave up wearing bright lips for the last year thanks to wearing a mask, and while I’m not putting my mask away anytime soon, I’m feeling seriously in the mood for bright, summery lips again. This gorgeous look on Julia Garner by Hung Vanngo (Selena Gomez’s makeup artist, NBD) inspired me to get out my orange lipstick once again. Orange is a favorite shade of mine, and just like red, there’s an option for everyone depending on your undertone. I like a yellow-based orange on my olive/warm-tone skin, but a pinky-coral orange is perfect if you like something cooler. I did my base as normal, used a gold shimmery eyeshadow across my lids, and carefully applied my favorite orange lipstick. 

This was perfect to wear for a day of meetings because I felt put-together and ready to take on my day all thanks to a few swipes of lipstick.  I could see myself wearing a similar look often, especially because it was beyond simple but wildly effective at making me look great.





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2. ‘90s Volume

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My fine, thin, medium-length hair didn’t quite go as well as I thought with this trend. I started off by blow-drying my hair with my Revlon Styler which is usually what I use when I want to inject lots of volume into my hair. I also used three velcro rollers to get some more volume on the sides of my face and the crown. Then, I curled just the ends of my hair with a 1 in. curling iron, alternating directions to keep the curls from all blending together. At first, it looked super cute—it was fluffy, bouncy, and had all the flair we see in queen Meg’s above. But in less than 45 minutes, the curls fell completely flat and were entirely nonexistent. The volume lasted a bit longer, but my hair was straight merely an hour after I tried the look.

Because I loved how it looked so much, I’m considering investing in hot rollers or a small heated curling brush (and maybe one day I’ll hit the lottery and invest in a Dyson Airwrap, which is what they used to achieve this look on Megan Thee Stallion!) to try it again.





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3. Disco Eyes 

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The disco trend is all about fun, colorful, metallic, glittery goodness. It’s the antithesis to the last year and a celebration of what’s to come. So, you won’t be surprised to know it was the trend I was most excited to try. Of course, I waited until a Wednesday full of meetings to try it, so you’re welcome to everyone who got to see me with glitter all over my face in a business meeting. 🙂 

There are dozens of ways to try this out, but I opted for a metallic silver eyelid with glitter in the inner corner and lining the outer lash line. For a disco look, this was pretty easy. Practical? Not so much, but that’s to be expected with this trend. I can see myself wearing this whenever I just want to have fun and enjoy the process of getting ready—and of course, when I finally hit the bars again. 

 

4. No Makeup

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Skinmalism is a trend in you’re likely seeing it everywhere, but I believe it’s about to be the future of the makeup and skincare industry. Brands like Topicals are making it known that skincare conditions like acne and rosacea aren’t inherently “flaws”; they’re just parts of our skin, and you can choose to or choose not to cover them up.

Like many, I’m not particularly confident with my bare skin thanks to acne, scarring, and clogged pores. But the only way I’m going to start feeling better with it is by trying new things like this. So, I did my makeup as normal and skipped my usual foundation and concealer step. I added a little concealer underneath my eyes to make my eyeshadow pop, but otherwise, I kept my complexion products to a little bronzer and highlighter. Because I didn’t cover up my face with foundation, I already had a bit of natural color, so I didn’t even need blush (but if I wanted to amp it up, I definitely could have still added some!).

Am I obsessed with this look right now? No. I didn’t magically learn to love, or even accept, my skin overnight. But I can say that doing it more and more over time will help me, and I appreciate how good my skin felt all day. I love eyeshadow and makeup products, so I’ve never been someone who can go makeup-free all the time, but with this look, I love that I can get the benefits of letting my skin breathe without sacrificing another day of surprising my coworkers on Zoom with colorful eyeshadow.

 

5.  Colorful Liner

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This trend has been floating around the last few summers, but we’re seeing it taken to the next level for 2021. Floating lines, double wings, contrasting colors, ombre—you name it. This trend is everything I want in a beauty look: colorful, unique, edgy, and totally cool. But is it easy? Not exactly. I’m admittedly not great at winged liner, and this seriously tested my skills. There isn’t much room for error in this since it’s such a bright color, and unlike my black liner looks, I can’t smudge it and chalk it up to a ~smokey eye~. I had to make sure my lines were straight and even, which took me an absurd amount of time.

But the result put me on cloud nine all day. Since this was an eye look, I could wear it to the grocery store or on a Target run and completely show it off even while wearing my mask. And boy did I want to show this one off. I probably won’t do this look all the time, but I already have it slated for patio season big time.

The Beauty of the Constantly Evolving Mother-Daughter Relationship

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When I think of my relationship with my mom, I think of the beauty of its evolution. I think of the blessing of the things that have remained constant. In the many phases of life throughout my childhood, school, sports, college and my adult life, there are such beautiful elements of our relationship that have remained true.

Because of the foundation we created, there is so much that has evolved so beautifully as well. In that evolution, we have found an even more true and beautiful version of our relationship. 

Reflecting on my life and our relationship throughout time, I find so much comfort in the things that have remained the same. I can count on my mom’s response being the same when I apologize for anything frivolous, “Save feeling bad for when you’ve actually messed up. This is no big deal.” She is the ultimate grace giver.

I find so much comfort in the things that have remained the same.

I can count on her optimism, a trait we both share. It’s a similarity that always seems to bring us closer. Simultaneously, it fills the other’s cup when one of us might be a little low on positivity.

I can count on her ability to find her level-headedness just in time. My mom has always felt that thinking is overrated and going off feelings is definitely her comfort zone. She’d tell you herself that her feelings guide her and can sometimes overwhelm her.

However, when I’m thinking too much or feeling too much, nine times out of 10, she has a way of being the rational one or giving me the space to feel without the overwhelm. It’s an art form she’s just about mastered to show up well for my sister and I. 

It’s an art form she’s just about mastered to show up well for my sister and I. 

Now that I’ve gotten a little older, I see clearly how these constants have been the foundation on which I stand, and while these consistent pieces of our relationship have brought me so much joy, so has our growth and evolution.

As you get older, there comes a moment when you realize your mom is, in fact, imperfect. She battles the occasional insecurity. She says something she wishes she could take back and she has things she’s processing inside—just like the rest of us. 

It is in her imperfection that I have gotten to see her full humanity, and it is there that the container of our relationship has expanded. This is beautiful and hard. As a child, when I still saw my mom as infallible, things were constant and certain. Now, there is room for failure from both of us, and a new, more authentic and honest relationship has emerged. 

It is in her imperfection that I have gotten to see her in her full humanity.

There is now room for both of us to give each other grace. Both of us have the space to hold up the mirror lovingly. And I quite honestly wouldn’t have it any other way. 

I know that the constants of our relationship will continue to hold me up, and the evolution of our relationship will continue to bring us closer. Most importantly though, my standard of what it means to show up for the people I love is high because of her.

How have the dynamics of your relationship with your parent or parental figure changed in time? What changes when you start to see the fallibility of your parents?

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Darling Letters: La Sabiduría Para Abrazar El Viaje

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Darling is working to translate some of our content into Spanish. If you have edits or feedback on this translation, our team would love your input! Email blog@darlingmagazine.org and include Spanish Translation in your subject line.

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Recientemente, me senté con una pluma en una mano y una copa de vino en la otra. Este mes cumpliré 30 años y no puedo evitar sentir el peso que trae una nueva década de vida. Necesitaba reflexionar. 

Necesitaba reflexionar.

Veintinueve fue un año difícil. Luché contra la depresión, lidié con mi identidad como mujer Negra en los Estados Unidos, terminé un compromiso, me mudé de ciudad, me concentré en mi sanidad y, finalmente, encontré mi aire de nuevo.

Una oleada de emociones vino sobre mí mientras escribía: Estoy tan orgullosa.

Veintinueve me enseñó a confiar en mí misma. Me obligó a enfrentar mi tendencia a romantizar los destinos mientras temía el viaje. Aflojó el agarre mortal que tenía al tratar de controlar lo que pensaba que debería ser y me permitió estar presente en lo que era. Me construyó, me derribó y reveló un espacio que se sentía más para mí de lo que había creado en mi mente.

Siempre pensé que el destino era el premio. Es el recorrido y los momentos internos, ya sean dolorosos o estimulantes, los que ofrecen los regalos más valiosos y, a veces, incluso las redirecciones más gratificantes. Es con este conocimiento que entró valientemente a mis 30 años.

Es el recorrido y los momentos internos, ya sean dolorosos o estimulantes, los que ofrecen los regalos más valiosos.

No importa dónde te encuentres en tu camino, confía en tu guía interior – porque siempre te llevará a tu destino.

Con amor,
Jacie Scott, la familia Darling

¿Cuál es el valor de asimilar el momento presente, tanto lo bueno como lo malo? ¿Qué es una cosa que sabe ahora, un año más viejo y más sabio, que no sabía hace un año?

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Darling Letters: Deja Que Entre La Luz

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Darling is working to translate some of our content into Spanish. If you have edits or feedback on this translation, our team would love your input! Email blog@darlingmagazine.org and include Spanish Translation in your subject line.

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Primavera de 2019. No recuerdo cuándo sucedió ni cuándo noté el cambio, pero de repente, las cosas dieron un giro. Sentí como si todas las luces dentro de mí se hubieran apagado. Sentí que la depresión asomaba su fea cabeza hacia mí.

Manos temblorosas, sentada en mi auto, le envío un mensaje de texto a una amiga. No estoy bien. ¿Crees que podemos hablar? Fue lo más valiente que había hecho en mi vida—reconocer que no estaba bien. Le dije a alguien más y vocalicé que estaba luchando.

Fue lo más valiente que había hecho en mi vida—reconocer que no estaba bien.

Lágrimas rodaron por mi manga mientras sostenía mi teléfono, mirando hacia abajo a la respuesta rápida de mi amiga. Gracias por decírmelo. Sí, ¿puedes reunirte hoy para tomar un café?

Mi amiga no hizo nada épicamente heroico ese día, nada sobre lo que escribirían en el guión de una película, pero hizo toda la diferencia para . Interrumpió su día para sentarse conmigo. Ella invitó a otra amiga en común para reunirse con nosotras. Ella oró conmigo. Escuchó sin juzgar.

Las tres nos sentamos en una cafetería del este de Los Ángeles, con una de ellas a cada lado de mí. Tomaron mis dos manos mientras las lágrimas calientes rodaban por mis mejillas, y recorrimos los últimos meses, mis pensamientos y la pesadez que había estado sintiendo.

Las cosas no cambiaron drásticamente en ese momento, pero lo que sí sucedió fue que mientras ponía palabras a los pensamientos ansiosos y pesados ??que había estado experimentando, comencé a sentirme un poco menos estancada y paralizada. Fue como si al permitir la entrada de otras personas, les hiciera espacio para que me ayudaran a levantar una carga que no podía llevar por mi misma cuenta. Estaba sentada en una habitación oscura sin saber dónde estaba el interruptor de la luz, y ellas lo encendieron por mí.

Estaba sentada en una habitación oscura sin saber dónde estaba el interruptor de la luz, y ellas lo encendieron por mí.

Si estás luchando con sentimientos de ansiedad o depresión, te animo a que hables con alguien en quien confíes. A veces, no podemos alumbrar la oscuridad por nuestra propia cuenta, y eso está bien. Quizás, nunca fuimos destinadas a hacerlo solas.

Con amor,
Stephanie Taylor, Editora gerente en linea

Si usted o alguien que conoce necesita ayuda, visite National Suicide Prevention Lifeline o 211. También puede llamar a The Lifeline a este número para recibir asistencia gratuita y confidencial las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana: 1-800-273-8255.

¿Quiénes son las personas con las que puedes compartir emociones difíciles? ¿Por qué es importante no callar las emociones fuertes?

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15 Realistic Fitness Goals To Set This Year

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You know how it goes: we all start out the year with aspirations to get fit, get healthy, and be our best selves. But when those fitness goals are based on long-term ideas of how we want to look (“lose 10 pounds,” “go down a pants size,” “get abs,”) rather than short-term goals on how we want to feel, those goals fall through in a matter of months or even weeks, and you feel let down, disappointed, and like a failure.

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Instead of the endless cycle of weight-focused fitness goals, and make goals based on what’s actually good for you, and goals that you’ll actually be able to stick to. When you focus on what your body can do, rather than how your body looks, you’ll start to appreciate it so much more, and want to give it more of what it needs to be its healthiest. Replace your fitness goals that are focused on the way you look or the way your pants fit with these 14 goals that will make you *actually* stronger, healthier, and better:

 

1. Try one new workout every month

Having a fitness routine is important, but always having the same fitness routine? Not great. For one reason, your body gets used to the same movements, miles, or weights, and in order to keep getting stronger, you should always be challenging yourself. More importantly, if you stick to the same exact workout routine every day, you’ll get bored. Being bored will make you less likely to want to work out, and the key to consistent exercise is not willpower, it’s enjoyment. News flash: exercise should be fun. 

 

How to Accomplish It:

 

  • Look for new opportunities to work out. Check out the classes your gym offers, say yes if your work friend invites you along on her run after work, or if you see a $10 first-class deal at a yoga studio, do it.

 

  • Go for the opposite workout than what you’re used to. If you’re a gym rat who prefers weight training, try a dance class, or if you’re a diehard yogi, try an HIIT workout. Changing up the routine will not only help your body get stronger, but will help you enjoy the process, too.

 

  • Not sure where to begin when trying something new? Make online workouts your BFF. Search a workout you’ve never tried before on Youtube video (Beyoncé cardio workout? Yes please!), look up your favorite trainers’ Instagram pages and search their IGTVs or Reels for shorter workouts, or opt for an online fitness platform with a variety of options (if you haven’t heard, we’re partial to Obé Fitness).

 

 

2. Stretch more

Stretching is one of the #1 things we can do to help strengthen our muscles, avoid injuries, and even relieve tension (both physically and mentally!), but most of us aren’t stretching enough. Especially combined with a sedentary lifestyle and intense workouts, not stretching enough can cause injuries and muscle strain. Not only is a warm-up and post-exercise stretch crucial for those muscles you’re working, but stretching throughout the day can improve the overall health of your body. 

 

How to Accomplish It:

 

  • Never work out without some form of a dynamic warmup before and stretching the worked muscles afterward. Danyele Wilson, a NASM certified trainer, HIIT master trainer, Tone & Sculpt coach recommended at least five minutes of active stretching to warm up the body. Post-workout, focus on isolated stretches: stretch and hold for 20-30 seconds to target the muscle groups that you used during your workout.

 

  • Make stretching a part of your routine. Take a few minutes in the morning to do a few morning stretches to wake you up, and a few minutes at night to help you wind down. Also, turn specific breaks throughout your day into “stretch breaks,” whether that’s doing a few yoga poses once every hour during the workday or stretching tight muscles during commercial breaks when Real Housewives is on.

 

  • Get specific and make stretching work for your body. Try these stretches if you need a good night’s sleep, these stretches if you are feeling anxious, or these stretches to improve digestion. 

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3. Perfect your form

You could be working out every day or doing hundreds of reps, but if you don’t have the right form, you might not be strengthening as much as you think (or worse: you could actually be causing injuries and longterm damage). Proper form helps you maximize a workout by using your energy for the extra push, meaning that no movement goes to waste. If you have improper form, you might be targeting unintended muscles and setting yourself up for injury. Plus, good form means you can run faster, jump higher, and push harder (yes, you will feel like Superman). Knowing exactly how to perfect your form (no matter what type of workout it is) is crucial for properly protecting your body, strengthening your muscles, and keeping your body healthy. 

 

How to Accomplish It:

 

  • If you have the option, utilize a free personal training session at your gym to have a trainer give you one-on-one attention for perfecting your form, or look up the proper form of your most common movements on Youtube (like squats) to learn the best way to perform the move. It might feel tedious, but the education and practice will be worth it in the long run. 

 

  • If you’re a fan of fitness classes, utilize the instructor. Don’t be afraid to call over the instructor if it’s a class like barre or pilates where the instructors are there to help you to check in about your form, or hang back after class to discuss the movements you’re not sure about and if any movement feels painful in a negative way.

 

  • Don’t go up in weight or reps until you know that your form won’t be compromised, and focus on form even more so when your body is feeling tired (AKA when we typically begin to forget about form). 

 

 

4. Get a workout buddy

Do you have a friend, significant other, roommate, or work wife who also wants to stick to their resolutions? Make them your accountability buddy and motivate each other by exchanging healthy recipes, sending motivational quotes, and checking in to see how the other is feeling or keeping up with their goal. You don’t have to have the same resolutions to motivate each other, but it certainly helps if you plan to hop on a Zoom yoga class with a friend or set up weekly meetings with your work wife to see how your career resolutions are coming along. You’ll be much more motivated feeling like you’re in this together.

 

How to Accomplish It:

 

  • Team up with a coworker to work out before the workday starts (meet for an early morning run or text each other to make sure you’re up for individual online workout classes), make friends with people at your gym, or simply tell a friend you trust your fitness goals and ask for help staying accountable.

 

  • Instead of your usual coffee date or happy hour drinks to catch up with friends, suggest a barre class or going for a walk. 

 

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5. Do something active every week that makes you feel calm

Fitness should not be all about working as hard as you can, as much as you can. You have to be just as serious about your rest days as you are about your workout days and focus on the mental benefits of fitness just as much as the physical. Instead of sticking to intense, heart-pumping, sweat-dripping workouts, add in an activity every week that makes you feel calm. Now that’s a fitness goal that you can stick to (and will make a major difference in your wellbeing).

 

How to Accomplish It:

 

  • Instead of a fifth day at the gym or the same HIIT class you do every day, opt for a calming yoga class at the end of the week, or do your own flow at home (bonus: focus on Savasana more than you focus on the tricep push-ups).

 

  • If it’s nice outside or you need some fresh air, don’t force yourself into a gym or on the yoga mat in your living room: take a walk instead. Listen to a podcast, put on your comfy shoes, and take some time for yourself while you’re moving your body.

 

  • Incorporate meditation. It’ll quiet your mind while your body rests, too. I love meditating right after working out (it feels extra good when your body is tired), but if you need some additional help, check out meditation apps or another kind of meditation.

 

 

6. Walk instead of drive whenever you can

You might’ve heard that a healthy person gets 10,000 steps a day (curse you, Fitbit!). While I’m not personally a fan of defining our health based on numbers (our wellbeing is much more subjective than that), walking is undeniably good for our health. The body is meant to be consistently active throughout the day, but most of us are sitting basically 24/7 (at your desk, in the car, or on the couch for a Netflix binge). 

 

How to Accomplish It:

 

  • Closeout the Uber app or put away the car keys and make the most of the warmer weather by walking. Make sure you plan ahead to allow for a longer commute time, wear comfortable shoes (no more blisters, please!), and cue up a good podcast or playlist to make the time go quickly. 

 

  • If you’re going somewhere too far to walk, get off the train a couple of stops early, park in a farther garage, or have your Uber drop you off a few blocks away.

 

  • Make easy swaps in your routine to up your step count. For example: use the furthest bathroom instead of the closest, treat yourself to a latte at a walkable coffee stop instead of making your own, or go to the grocery store more often (because walking down food aisles count too!). 

 

 

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7. Remind yourself of your “why” every day

New Year’s resolutions often fail (or are forgotten by February) because we forget the “why.”  The first step to holding yourself accountable is to put meaning behind the goals you set. For example, “going to the gym every day” is a fine goal, but you need to look at the bigger picture goal as well. Why do you want to go to the gym every day? Is it to be stronger, feel more confident, or live longer? If you’re not looking at the reason, the goal will never feel motivating enough to actually achieve. 

 

How to Accomplish It:

 

  • Instead of thinking you’re supposed to go on a run, attend a workout class, or get up early for exercise before work, remind yourself why you want to do something. Tell yourself you want to work out before work because it makes you feel better during the day, or you want to lift some weights because feeling stronger helps you feel more confident.

 

  • Take some time to reflect or journal about why accomplishing this goal is important to you and how it will make a difference in your life.

 

  • Tape affirmations or your “why” reason somewhere you’d see it every day like on your fridge, mirror, or laptop. 

 

 

8. Drink more water

Staying hydrated is a tale as old as time, but there’s a reason just about every expert on the planet recommends it. Your body uses water to maintain the functions of cells, organs, tissues, etc. No surprise that water is not only an overall health goal, but also crucial for you to achieve your strongest, fittest self. As with everything else, the amount of water the body needs for optimal health varies from person to person because of factors like lifestyle, activity level, and bio-individuality, but it’s a good rule of thumb to be drinking half of your body weight in ounces a day, or just as much as possible.

 

How to Accomplish It:

 

  • Find the type of water bottle you like the best and buy multiple. This sounds so simple, and yet it’s the easiest way to trick yourself into drinking more. Do you prefer tumblers with straws, glass bottles, or steel canisters? Figure it out!

 

  • Set smaller daily goals for yourself that are easy to follow, like “drink three water bottles full of water before lunch” or “after dinner, I’m going to drink two cups before going to bed.”

 

  • Add fresh ingredients to your water like lemons, mint, cucumbers, ginger, or fruit. Not only will it boost the nutrients, but it will boost the taste too (and feel bougie AF!).

 

  • Drink a glass of water every single morning before you have a cup of coffee or a bite of food.

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9. Get 7-9 hours of sleep

Say it with me now: Sleep. Is. Crucial. For. Your. Fitness. Sleep gives your body time to recover and rebuild muscles, as well as conserve enough energy for you to exert at your next workout. Getting your beauty rest is critical for both your body’s health and the success of your workouts, so tracking how many hours of sleep you’re really getting can help determine if your sleep is restoring or if you could use a little improvement. Aim for 8-9 hours (sounds good, right?), but get no less than seven.

 

How to Accomplish It:

 

  • Go to bed just five minutes earlier every night. You won’t even notice the difference but in just a couple of weeks (or less), you’ll be sleeping one hour more than you used to.

 

  • Try an app like SleepCycle that will not only track how many hours you’re sleeping, but will also identify sleep quality; even if you’re getting nine hours but your sleep cycles are poor quality, you won’t feel well-rested.

 

  • Perfect a nighttime routine that helps you wind you down. Read for 15 minutes, do a meditation, or have a multi-step skincare routine. You’re less likely to break a routine you enjoy the next time you’re tempted to binge Grey’s Anatomy until late at night.

 

 

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10. Live less sedentary

Forget designated workout times or using a “rest day” as an excuse to not get off of the couch all day. The most important “fitness goal” you could make for yourself is not a longer or more intense workout, but just to live less sedentary overall. That means more non-workout movement and prioritizing your body outside of gym sessions or workout classes. Movement throughout your entire day can help boost consistent energy and help everything from posture to chronic pain. 

 

How to Accomplish It:

 

  • Walk to work or your evening plans instead of drive, or take a walk around the block on your lunch break (see point #6). 

 

  • Turn on music and dance whenever you’re cooking or getting ready (bonus: it makes mundane activities way more fun!)

 

  • Set reminders to get up every hour on the hour throughout your workday for some movement: stretch, do 10 squats, or go through a quick yoga flow. 

 

11. Schedule workouts in your calendar

When appointments, meetings, or tasks are on your calendar, you know they’re going to get done. And you’ll probably show up on time, be fully prepared, and never skip. Just because a workout is not a work meeting does not mean you shouldn’t prioritize it as such. Honor your fitness goals like you would any other appointment on your schedule. For example, either sign up for an online workout class in advance or put “going on a jog” in your calendar.

 

How to Accomplish It:

 

  • Schedule workouts in your calendar at the beginning of each week instead of planning to get to a workout “sometime.”

 

  • Sign up for workout classes (either virtual or in-person) in advance. The cancellation fee itself will be enough to ensure you show up, and the strict start time will make sure you’re not late or push it off.

 

  • Honor the workout as you would a business meeting (since both belong in your calendar!). Show up on time, plan ahead, and be prepared.

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12. Always take the stairs if you can

About that sneaking in more movement into our daily lives instead of just intensifying workouts, every set of stairs is an opportunity for a mini glute workout (no, really!). While escalators and elevators are functional, convenient, and important, they also might be one of those sneaky reasons our step goals seem impossible to reach. If you are able to, take the stairs whenever possible to engage muscles, increase step count, and get your heart rate up (and if you have a walk-up apartment, enjoy it instead of cursing it). 

 

How to Accomplish It:

 

  • This one’s pretty simple: opt for the stairs over an escalator or elevator whenever possible.

 

13. Aim for balance

Working out way too hard and way too constantly without proper time to rest and recuperate could lead to burnout, injuries, and overall exhaustion. Instead of making goals based on how “intense” you can go or how long you want to work out, aim for balance. After all, the goal of health is balance, not perfection. Prioritizing rest as much as you prioritize exercise will help you be as healthy as possible, both physically and mentally. Bottom line: listen to your body more often than you listen to your workout plan or fitness routine.

 

How to Accomplish It:

 

  • Do something every single day that you count as “self-care,” whether it’s getting to bed early, reading for 30 minutes, or watching Real Housewives reruns (we won’t judge).

 

  • Make sure you’re enjoying your health routine. If you’re feeling bored with your workouts, switch it up. If you feel exhausted, take a break and try yoga. Cook inventive and interesting food instead of just bland protein and veggies for every meal, and master healthy cooking.

 

  • Listen to your body: become a master at knowing if you’re feeling lethargic and need to exercise to get your energy up, or if you’ve been running yourself too thin and you need a day to rest.

 

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14. Give yourself a compliment or gratitude every day.

By now I don’t need to tell you the importance of self-love and body positivity when it comes to achieving your goals. The more you believe in yourself and love yourself, the more likely you are to achieve your goals—because you’ll be achieving them for the right reasons. Putting yourself down or feeling like you’re not reaching goals fast enough will make you already failed instead of motivating you to work harder. The secret to achieving any goal is to realize you already have what it takes to be your best right now. In fact, the only thing keeping you from being the strongest, healthiest version of yourself is your own belief that you’re not already there. 

 

How to Accomplish It:

 

  • Start a gratitude journal. Write what you’re grateful for about your body: how your thighs are so strong, how you can run so fast, or even just that you’re healthy and alive.

 

  • Stare in the mirror and give yourself a compliment. Look for the good in yourself, and tell yourself you’re beautiful for a million other reasons besides the way you look. Eventually, you’ll start to believe it.

 

  • After every workout, make it a habit to silently say “thank you” to your body for working so hard and getting you through the workout.

 

 

The Best Leggings, According to Our Editors

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I have exactly two motivators to work out. The first: the instant mood boost I feel afterward. And second: a really good pair of leggings. Sometimes all it takes to get me out of a workout slump or a lazy mood is to throw on my favorite pair of leggings that make me feel confident, comfortable, and ready to take on the world. Whether you prefer cropped, ankle-length, or printed, there’s no denying that a good pair of leggings is more than just dressing to impress; the right pair can help you be more active and feel more confident (you know the pair because you’ll be more inclined to check out your derrière in the mirror). However, finding that right pair is almost as difficult as finding a pair of jeans that fit like a glove, so we did all the work for you. Shop on for every pair of leggings our editors swear by (and we’ve tried a lot) to find the fit, style, fabric, and price point that’s perfect for you. Your downward dog has never looked better!

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High Waist Power Flex Leggings

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This Amazon classic with a cult following is a staple in the wardrobes of multiple Everygirl editors. You might even say this pair rivals much more expensive brands thanks to the comfy fit, fitted fabric, and convenient pockets.

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Real Me High Waisted Legging

Best for: barre or pilates.

Jr. Graphic Designer Jess has three different colors of this pair because when you got a good thing, you don’t mess with it. With buttery smooth material, a lightweight feel, and a fit that moves with you, these leggings feel like you’re wearing nothing (IDK about you, but that’s as close to nude yoga as I’ll ever get).

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Fits Everybody Legging

Best for: loungewear that fits like a glove.

We stan a pair of leggings that promise to look and fit well on every body, but they rarely follow through. That is, until this pair from SKIMS that literally “fits everybody.” The stretchy material is designed to mold to every body so you won’t have to worry about those awkward gapes, tight areas, or sags.

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Align Pant

Best for: yoga flows, sun saluations, and maximum comfort.

Dubbed “the greatest leggings in the entire world” by Social Media Editor, Abigail, the Align Pants from Lululemon really pull through. This breathable pair was designed for yoga because it will bend and move with you. That’s right: a pair of leggings that are finally as flexible as you are.

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Terez

Black Cheetah Foil UpLift Leggings

Best for: standing out in adorable prints.

If you haven’t heard of NYC-based Terez, you’re missing out. Founded to spread joy and positivity, their leggings stick to the mission thanks to the confidence-boosting fit and patterns that make you smile whenever you put them on.

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Abercrombie & Fitch

Contour Full-Length Leggings

Best for: showing off that derrière.

So you already know about contouring for your face (we love a good bronzer), but did you know about contouring for your body? Abercrombie’s contour leggings promise to do exactly that with sculpting technology and stretchy fabric that flatters every curve. Bonus: there’s also a small pocket to fit keys, headphones, or other necessities.

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JoyLab

Seamless Leggings

Best for: high quality on a budget.

I’ve tried dozens of altheticwear brands, and I’ll be honest: Target’s JoyLab feels as luxurious (if not even better) as the more expensive brands. You’re going to geek out over the fit, quality, and fabric of these seamless leggings in pretty colors.

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Lululemon

High-Rise Crop Leggings

Best for: sweaty workouts.

Editor-in-Chief Allyson claims this classic pair is her go-to for workouts: they dry crazy fast (no more sitting around in sweaty clothes!), don’t pill between the thighs if your thighs rub together, and the deep side pockets are ideal for joggers.

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Fabletics

High-Waisted PowerHold Leggings

Best for: when you want a pair in multiple colors (because it’s that good).

Thanks to a secret power mesh lining, these leggings streamline your shape while wicking away sweat to keep you fresh after the hottest of hot yoga classes.

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SPANX

Faux Leather Leggings

Best for: OOTDs.

There was a time in pre-pandemic life when you could walk into the Everygirl office and have a good change that at least a few of us were wearing these leggings. They’re just as sculpting, contouring, and flattering as the SPANX you know and love, but the faux leather fabric makes it the perfect high-fashion piece to pair with an oversized sweater or cute booties.

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ALO

Airlift High Waist 7/8 Leggings

Best for: going from barre class to brunch. 4 colors available.

There’s something about this fabric that feels different than any other. It’s the kind of fabric that comfortably molds to your body but you want to live in (plus, the fabric is meant to prevent chafing so you’ll always feel good). Whether it’s for a workout, lounging, or running errands, you’re going to want to wear these all day long.

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American Eagle

Lightweight Everything Crossover 7/8 Legging

Best for: a flattering waist that doesn’t slide.

Managing Editor Garri counts these leggings as one of her ride-or-dies. They’re lightweight, comfortable, and conform to your body no matter how intense the workout. The best part: the wide waistband is so good, you might not want to wear another pair of leggings again.

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30 Affordable Summer Accessories For Every Occasion

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There are plenty of aspects of spring and summer that have us at the edge of our seats, counting down the minutes to hotter temps and sunnier days. Besides warm weather, vitamin D galore, summer sunsets, and longer days, one seasonal characteristic reigns supreme. Yes, team, I’m talking about summer accessories.

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This season, we’re looking forward to rocking bucket hats, beaded jewelry, strappy sandals, and statement sunnies that are sure to stop any fashionista in their tracks. Accessories are our favorite way to take any outfit from “sure” to “YES” with little to no effort at all. If you’re in the market to up your seasonal accessories game, we’ve got you covered. Enter these 30 under-$50 warm-weather accessories that will brighten up your looks this season:

 

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Shoes





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Face Masks





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How My Motherhood Journey Taught Me the Power of Helping Others

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I learned early on that painful experiences can be creatively generative. They force you to find innovative ways to free yourself of suffering and with a little bit of hope and perseverance, they can even create a ripple effect that frees others from suffering, too.

In 2013, I began the journey of healing myself through the simple act of helping others. It was a direction that came to me out of necessity and chance, after decades of running from childhood trauma, enduring infertility and suffering a life threatening brain injury. Instead of running from my pain, I realized that I could run toward something with meaning and purpose.

Instead of running from my pain, I realized that I could run toward something with meaning and purpose.

Now, as a mother behind two give-back brands, I’ve learned that one of the truest ways to heal ourselves is through pure acts of kindness; not just for others, but for ourselves, too.

mini + meep and The Tote Project were both born out of a need to lessen the suffering in our world. It wasn’t just driven by a feeling of connection to all of humanity, but also by the discovery that lifting others up brought me inexplicable joy. I learned the value in finding the good in even the ugliest of circumstances; how every terrible thing we learn or experience gives us the knowledge we need to make life better for someone else.

When I first learned about sex trafficking, I was beside myself. It was a trigger for me. I could empathize with the feeling of being trapped in a painful situation you’re so desperate to be freed of. I wanted to do something, but felt helpless. I was struggling with my own abuse-related trauma, and despite years of therapy, I didn’t know how to cope with my loss of faith in humanity.

I started sewing totes and pouches out of upcycled and vintage fabrics, and I donated a portion of the proceeds to nonprofits fighting human trafficking. This was the beginning of The Tote Project, a company I started with my best friend to end human trafficking.

Since those beginning stages nearly eight years ago, we’ve donated more than $30K to empower survivors as they pursue their dream jobs through our fair trade totes sales. We also fund programs like art therapy, foster youth outreach and awareness campaigns to end the cycle of trafficking. I hand paint every design you see on our products, and each one is a celebration of freedom and empowerment. I had finally found a way to funnel my creative coping skills into something that felt meaningful.

Every terrible thing we learn or experience gives us the knowledge we need to make life better for someone else.

A year after starting The Tote Project, my husband and I struggled to conceive. I remember the anxiety and heartbreak. It was a difficult period of endless disappointment and countless tears. During that time, I continued to paint things I hoped would one day adorn our nursery. My wall art eventually turned into punny designs for sustainably-made organic snappies and bibs. The next thing I knew I had another brand, but this time with a mission to help children in need.

mini + meep was born. It may not have been the child that I so desperately hoped for, but it brought me joy nonetheless. It was the perfect distraction, using my creativity to further my impact. I had absolutely no idea that this new phase of my healing journey would lead to 40K meals (and counting) donated to children facing food insecurity in my local community. I’m happy to say that our Emmalyn joined us in 2016 and made my dreams come true: I became a mother.

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In the time that followed, life was wonderful. My businesses thrived, and I cherished every moment with my baby. I thought my hardest years were behind me, but nothing in life is certain.

A year into motherhood, I suffered a brain hemorrhage. I had just started to get the hang of being a mother; breastfeeding, the sleepless nights, the cuddles you wish will never end. What were once the daily challenges and delights of motherhood became physically impossible for me. The year following was agony: the debilitating headaches, the depression, the inability to hold or carry my daughter, the overflowing neurological problems that followed. But most of all, what was difficult to bear was the grief I felt over the moments I missed with my daughter during recovery and the guilt I felt for not being the perfect mother I’d set out to be.

During those years I learned the importance of finding a balance between taking care of others and taking care of myself. This is something I find many mothers struggle with: the unrealistic expectations we set for ourselves and the guilt that follows when we fail to do the impossible.

This is something I find many mothers struggle with: the unrealistic expectations we set for ourselves.

Life is unpredictable and painful, but it is also overflowing with beauty and endless opportunities for growth. Our heartbreak has the ability to positively shape us and gives us the empathy we need to bring more light into this world.

I hope that my story inspires even one person to align their empathy, creativity and determination in a way that empowers them and others to prosper. I hope that it will remind people to never underestimate the healing power of the arts. But most importantly, I hope my journey will instill in others that we are all worthy of compassion and grace—and yes, that means you, too.

Follow Fay @lifewithfayfay, and learn more about her give-back brands here: @miniandmeep and @thetoteproject.

Have you ever struggled with the unrealistic expectations that society has set for mothers? Have you also set unrealistic expectations for yourself as a mother?

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The Best Quilted Sandals To Wear All Summer Long

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Is it just my Instagram feed, or are quilted sandals blowing up RN? Every blogger, influencer, and style star I follow is only wearing sandals that are either braided or quilted, and my inner fashion-girl-wannabe cannot complain. The sandals of this season are not the strappy or gladiator alternatives of summers past; they’re way more luxurious, detailed, timeless, and comfortable (thank god!). Turns out texture is everything this year, and faux leather really can work for warmer weather. Wear the it-sandal trend of the season dressed up with a sundress or dressed down with denim cut-offs; either way, you’ll look oh-so-chic. See you on my Instagram feed!

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Ciara Braided Slide Sandal

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Quilted Slide Sandal

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Platform Mules

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Braided Slides

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Braided Strappy Sandals

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Braided Slides

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Slide Sandal

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Mango

Braided Straps Sandals

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Paily Heels

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Steve Madden

Beliza Leather Sandal

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Marc Fisher

Casara Slide Sandal

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Sandals with Braided Design

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Padded Heeled Mules

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Quilted Heel

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Woven-Strap Mule

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My First Time Getting A Lymphatic Drainage Massage

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Full disclosure: I am a sucker for any wellness, beauty, and health trend I find on Instagram. From CBD to celery juice to B12 shots, I’ve tried it all (and if I haven’t yet, I probably plan to). There have been ones that have now been incorporated into my approaches to beauty and wellness. There have also been ones that I could definitely live without. Over the past few months, I have noticed the increase in influencers, bloggers, and models getting lymphatic drainage massages to detoxify their bodies. Honestly, I was skeptical at first that a massage could do all that it claimed to help with. After contemplating it for a while and doing my research, I finally decided to give it a try.

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I made an appointment at a local massage and healing center near me. I made sure that the masseuse was proficient in lymphatic drainage massages. Before the massage, I discussed some of the issues I was having with her and she explained how this treatment would help. The biggest reason I went in was that I suffer from chronic back pain from a prior sports injury that flares up a few times a year, making it hard to stand and walk. She went over what to expect and we talked about the method she uses. The initial process of the massage is just like any other massage: you get undressed and lay on a heated table. After that, don’t expect a deep tissue massage, because it’s nothing like that! She used light, repetitive strokes focusing on my arms, armpits, stomach, back, and legs. When the massage was over, I rested and drank a lot of water as I was directed to.

A couple of days after the massage, I felt like I had an extra pep in my step. I was able to work out with no pain and my body felt like it was given a boost of energy. I noticed that the water weight around my midsection had gone down and I was no longer bloated. Overall, the inflammation in my body was gone, and I felt like my body was finally in a comfortable, content state that moved with ease. I’m not saying this massage was the answer to all my problems, but I will definitely be adding it to my health routine a few times a year! Keep reading to learn more about what a lymphatic drainage massage is and if it could benefit you.

 

What does the lymphatic system do?

The lymphatic system consists of lymph vessels, ducts, nodes, and other tissues, and is located underneath the skin. Think of its function kind of like the garbage disposal of the body (gross analogy, I know): it gets rid of “waste” in the body, whether it’s toxins, bacteria, or excess fluid. The lymph is a collection of the extra fluid that moves through the arteries and tissues to clean them out, before draining them through the lymphatic system.

However, there is no pump to push the lymph through the body, and it relies on our muscle action to maintain fluid movement. Therefore, any kind of manual “drainage” (I know, so much imagery about that garbage disposal) is said to work by moving the lymph to the lymph nodes to eliminate the toxins and bacteria. While there is some controversy around the massage style, this system is crucial to the body’s health, and stimulating it through methodical massage could have many benefits.

 


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What is a lymphatic drainage massage?

A lot more people are incorporating this massage into their health and wellness routines. You can find directions online on how to give yourself this massage, but I recommend going to a licensed therapist who is trained in lymphatic drainage massage for a proper treatment.

A lymphatic drainage massage uses very light pressure and long, rhythmic strokes that get the lymph fluid moving and directs the toxins into the organs that can properly remove them. A trained practitioner’s hands can simply apply pressure to re-stimulate the natural contractions of the lymphatic system. This will move the stagnant fluid back into the natural lymph flow of the body.

 

What are the benefits?

The relaxing practice is often used to treat acne, cellulite, digestive issues, puffiness, stress, inflammation, insomnia, migraines, and certain health complications, but that’s not all. A lymphatic drainage massage is also commonly used for its ability to:

  • Fight off infection
  • Speed up healing and recovery from the cold and flu
  • Reduce water retention
  • Boost weight loss
  • Improve cellulite, skin swelling, scar tissue, acne, and stretch marks
  • Reduce stress and fatigue
  • Help with post-exercise recovery









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When should I do it?

Everyone can benefit from getting a lymphatic drainage massage with the change of the seasons. This is because with each season we are eating different foods, our level of activity is changing, and the change in weather can affect the body’s internal processes. When you’re ever feeling extra bloated would be a great time to receive the treatment, as it helps to reduce water retention. But bottom line, every body is different, so if you suffer from any of the listed symptoms and feel like a lymphatic drainage massage would help, I suggest meeting with a trained professional to discuss a schedule that would be good for your body. You can also DIY in the comfort of your own home using a dry brush, tool, or just your hands as a relaxing ritual before bed or a practice to keep you calm and energized throughout the day.

 

 

Other tips

  • Drink plenty of water before and after your massage, as it can cause you to become dehydrated
  • It’ll leave you feeling pretty exhausted, so you’ll want to take it easy for the rest of the day
  • I suggest stripping down to as little clothing as possible (that you feel comfortable with) so the masseuse can do the treatment most effectively

 





 





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