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April 2013

Running means something different for every person. Some don’t like the competitive side at all and prefer to practice this sport as stress relief. Others know which shoes to wear, food to eat and hours to sleep in order to have the best stride.

Whichever way you started out, there is more than one way to run. Instead of doing your predictable 5k local run, have a look at some other creative race options.



Seafood Leader Commits Portion of Sales Proceeds to Support WWF Global Fisheries and Marine Conservation Efforts

BRUSSELS (April 23, 2013) – Leading North America seafood company, Bumble Bee Seafoods, today announced the introduction of Wild Selections® – a new high-quality branded line of products certified by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC). A portion of the proceeds from the sale of Wild Selections® will support World Wildlife… Read More»


We have all had those days where everything just seems to happen at once. Your to-do list is never-ending and your energy levels are screaming ‘battery low’. There is no way that you are going to get to all your housework done as well as have me-time at the gym.

Don’t despair! Multi-tasking is our forte, so why not change your cleaning regimen into a killer workout routine?


April is home to Earth Day. While we think every day should be Earth Day, April 22 is a great time to revisit what you’re currently doing to preserve our awesome earth and to start doing more. And the extra awesome news: All of the things on our list not only help save the environment, they also help you slim down and save money. Win-win-win.





When people think of working out outdoors, they tend to think of running, walking, or biking; however, there are tons of other creative ways you can take your workout outdoors! I turned to the fitness blogosphere to find out how some of my favorite bloggers were taking advantage of the spring weather.



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