It always starts the same way. I sense my heartbeat speeding up, as if it's going to burst out of my chest. At the same time, my chest feels tight but also huge; it's like my ribs and lungs have expanded to capacity and are being forced to stay there-and the tension hurts. Next come the thoughts. The uncomfortable physical sensations start a quick succession of questions and worries: What's happening?
Shakshuka is our favorite kind of dish: It's surprisingly simple to make but tastes like you spent hours perfecting it in the kitchen. It's often as easy as slicing, stirring, baking, and topping with a garnish, but the way the ingredients marry creates a magical flavor and Instagram-worthy appearance.
Share on Pinterest Combine favorite ingredients for a easy, portable, and healthy snack. Trail mix is a great way to snack healthy while on the go. For the healthiest mix, choose your favorite nuts, seeds, dried fruit, grains, and sweet or savory extras. Just remember to keep serving size under control, because nuts and fruit are calorie-dense foods.
Sometimes all it takes is a change in mindset, no matter how small, to turn a crappy day into a good one. With much of the U.S. freezing under one of the worst cold snaps in history, we've rounded up five pictures from around the web of places that are all but guaranteed to be warmer than you are right now - let them melt your heart (or at least your fingers and toes).
Whether your workout plan is a bodyweight routine in the park or a 5K, warming up should be the first thing on the to-do list (after that pre-workout snack). But what's the ideal way to warm up? Experts agree a warm-up should heat and loosen the body, and prepare the mind for action. But there are a few moves you should avoid too.
Share on Pinterest What happens when we're asleep is somewhat of a mystery. Unless you plant Truman Show-style cameras around your bedroom, you won't know exactly what you were up to. And the things we are aware of happening? Probably only because someone else complained to you about it…So, how are we supposed to know what happens after lights-out when someone's not around to tell you what's going on?