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Texas Town Supports Forbidding Sharia Law Despite Plea From New Islamic Tribunal; Mayor Says Citizens Need To Respect US Law

After America's first ever Islamic tribunal was established in Irving, Texas earlier this year, the town's city council dealt the local Muslims a blow by passing a resolution in support of new state legislation that would forbid the implementation of any "foreign laws," including sharia.

March Is National Nutrition Month: Time to Spring Into Health

Many of you are probably feeling guilty for indulging during the Holidays but here is another opportunity to re evaluate those New Year's resolutions. National Nutrition month is the perfect time to re-focus our health needs and kick-start...Show More Summary

Top athletes test new Hoop by Coloud headphones

Remember that New Year’s resolution you made? The one about...

3 Tricks for Making Your Good Habits Stick

Despite the best of intentions, our motivation to stick to our healthier habits tends to steadily decline with time. New Year's resolutions fade away by February, diets don't last beyond a few weeks, and budgets tend to get blown within a month or two of creating them. Show More Summary

Refinance your Mortgage to Honor your New Year’s Resolution

Every New Year, we all tend to make resolutions. Some of us wish to lose weight while others wish to save more money. Before the New Year is upon us, let’s take a look at some ways that refinancing your mortgage can help you honor the resolution to save more money and make it reality. Show More Summary

10 Tips For Making New Year’s Resolutions Come True

New Year’s resolutions are a funny thing, aren’t they? Everyone gets together and promises that this year they’re going to... The post 10 Tips For Making New Year’s Resolutions Come True appeared first on Lifehack.

Celebrating Water: Top 10 Special Things You Can Do

You have celebrated New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Day, and Valentine's Day. So now it is time to observe World Water Day. Like those holidays the celebration of water is about resolutions, equality and love "of life." Twenty-two years ago (March 22, 1993) the very first World Water Day was designated by the United Nations General Assembly. Show More Summary


This week, House and Senate Republicans unveiled their respective budget resolutions for fiscal year 2016. As a quick glance at the documents shows, what is old is new again for the GOP. Each claims to balance the budget within 10 years. Show More Summary

Let Go & Have a Good-Riddance Party

A Spring Vegetarian Dinner for Six on The Kitchn We're several months into the new year, and many of us have given up on New Years' resolutions, gotten caught up in the swing of normal life, and have let some of the holiday cheer and optimism recede. I'm here to tell you that this is perfectly fine—and in fact, it might even be a reason to celebrate. READ MORE »

Does Fitbit Really Help Users Go the Extra Mile?

Ah, March. Around the time when most New Year’s resolutions have long been forgotten. However, this might not be true for Fitbit users—or so our recent study finds. For many of us, the popularity of the Fitbit came around as … Read ...

Highsnobiety Playlist | Work-Out #001

For 2015, we’ve abstained from making futile January resolutions or attempting crash diets, opting instead for an all-round healthy lifestyle approach for the whole year ahead. Inspired by the new season of abundant #future sportswear and… The post Highsnobiety Playlist | Work-Out #001 appeared first on Highsnobiety.

Diary Of A Cord Cutter In 2015 (Part 4: Favorite Apps And Resources)

It’s now been over three months since I’ve adopted the cord-cutting lifestyle, thanks to finally following through on a long overdue New Year’s Resolution. Today, my “TV” diet largely consists of streaming video from the top three services, Netflix, Amazon Prime Instant Video and Hulu Plus. I also find myself watching TV from more devices, including iPhones… Read More

Why People Who Start Exercising Can't Stop Talking About Exercising

Over two years ago I decided I'd had enough of my body and lifestyle, and I made a New Year's resolution to stop talking and start doing. I changed how I ate and what I did with, and to, my body. I became a fan of the hashtag #fitspo and #fitspiration and started following fitness gurus on Instagram. Show More Summary

Exercise Your Right to Negotiate at the Gym

One item on your list of New Year’s resolutions remains unchecked: Get in shape. The excuses for not following through on this vary, depending on where you live; for example, it’s too cold/icy to jog outside, or it’s too expensive to join a club in the city where I live. Show More Summary

Live Courageously!

As a life and business strategist, I always have a very busy January. Everyone is so busy setting resolutions and affirming all the great things they plan to do in the new year. However, as time passes by I notice that the excitement dies, momentum stops and people find themselves returning to business as usual. Show More Summary

Solo Travel: Refreshing and Restorative

With the first day of Spring less than two weeks away, I am mulling over plans for a vacation to someplace tropical. Booking a trip for myself was one of my top 'New Year - New You' resolutions and it's time to start planning! A few years ago I took a very big leap and decided to go to Europe on my own. Show More Summary

The Ultimate Guide to Vegan Running Shoes for Men

Find your vegan sole-mate and keep moving toward your New Year's resolution with these cruelty-free vegan running shoes for men. The post The Ultimate Guide to Vegan Running Shoes for Men appeared first on PETA.

Old Dogs, New Tricks

It’s March, and many people’s well-intentioned New Year’s Resolutions have long gone out the window. Making lifestyle changes can be difficult, but in an interview with Washington Post, sociologist Christine Whelan sheds light on how to make a fresh start. Her first piece of insight comes straight from sociologists’ time use surveys: consider a new […]

Make Your Food Healthier

Two months after our New Year resolutions, when confidence in our ability to keep promises of going to the gym, eating healthier, quitting smoking, or working harder start to waver, here are a few easy ways to make some of your favorite comfort food dishes much healthier -- without compromising on taste. Show More Summary

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