There’s nothing quite like getting home after work, hunkering down on the couch and catching up on ALL the Game of Thrones. But you may want to pick yourself up out of the dip you’ve created in your couch: A new study out of Australia links the hours of TV you watch per day with an increased risk of inflammatory-related death, Well + Good reports.
Calling all yogis, Pilates enthusiasts, and wannabe chill peeps: This Saturday, September 23rd, from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., the folks from Philly Power Yoga and Thrive Pilates will be hosting a morning of yoga, Pilates, meditation, and — very importantly — snacks to benefit Girls on the Run Philadelphia. Oh, and did we mention the fun is all going down on a rooftop in Northern Liberties? Because it is.
When we fail, we’re often bombarded with Pinterest quotes telling us to stop dwelling on the past and Taylor Swift songs telling us to “shake it off.” But new research from the Journal of Behavioral Decision Making says otherwise. In fact, we should be reflecting on our failures, even though that’s usually the last thing we want to do.
Attention, salad and donut fiends (hey, you can like ’em both): Sweetgreen is celebrating its 10th birthday and they want to give you a gift.
For years, we’ve been berated for sitting. It’s ingrained in our temporal lobes that sitting at home, at our jobs, and even on the plane is, long story short, killing us — along with making us gain weight, making us more prone to brain fog, giving us poor posture, and putting us at higher risk for heart disease. But what do most of us do? We read about the studies while sitting at our desks, feeling slightly guilty but probably not enough to, um, actually walk around the office. And no, your after-work barre class isn’t actually working against all the negative effects that come along with a full day spent in your desk chair — but a 30-minute alarm could, says as new study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine.