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As you scroll down your favorite food blogger’s Instagram site, you may have seen colorful pictures of a bowl filled with delicious and nutritious fruit topped with chia seeds, drizzled with peanut butter. What’s under all those toppings you may ask? Well, it’s smoothies!
Foam rollers are exercise tools that are long and cylindrical, although they can come in various shapes, sizes and textures. Foam rollers can be used in a number of ways providing different benefits from stress release to injury prevention.
You’ll find plenty of cafés scattered across almost every town in Germany. On any given afternoon, you’ll likely discover them bustling with people sharing a tradition that’s become a core of everyday German life.
The days are getting longer, the trees will soon burst with buds and birds will sing among them. Spring’s literal and figurative awakening from winter is a great time to reflect, renew and maybe even re-do. Why not be inspired as nature comes to life around you?
If there’s one takeaway from living in Germany it is that Germans excel at many things they put their minds to. From cars to beers, Germans definitely know about quality, and their wine is no exception.
Some stress in your life is healthy. It can motivate you to change behavior and develop skills, especially in military life. However, constant stress is not good for you and can cause health issues and performance problems. Here are some tips for recognizing and managing stress.
Lace up those hiking boots and get ready for an outdoor adventure that includes a delicious meal! It isn’t every day that you venture off on a hike and end up at a restaurant or overnight accommodation. The Höllentalanger Hut, a managed hut owned by the German Alpine Club, lets you do both.
We all need a break from the real world from time to time. Whether you’re taking the weekend or two weeks off, you have already completed the first step by making time for yourself. Don’t stop there! Making small changes to the way you travel can be effortless if you set your mind to it.
Throughout most of my adult life up until the end of my college career, I was really good at one thing — procrastinating. Whether it be writing a long paper or paying the bills, I always waited until zero hour to get things done.
On my first trip to Sweden, great family friends took us around Stockholm, showing us their favorite spots in the city. Among the stops, from the palace through the old town, was a small coffee shop in which our friend told us we’d have a fika.