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Cycling Benefits for Entrepreneurs: 5 Reasons

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What does cycling have to do with your business?Looking through my instagram (@fitforfreelance), it’s easy to tell I’m a fan of biking. I try to get out a few times a week. Also, part of my full time job is teaching the community and policy makers how ​bike-friendly places get people more active and improve […]

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Reduce Stress Now: 6 Quick Tips for Entrepreneurs

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​Need ​to reduce stress?It’s never fun- that heart-racy, sweaty, mental haze, complete with clumsy fingers and choice words. You’ve got to meet someone’s unrealistic expectations with too much going on at once, with your crazy family or to-do list, or you’ve waited until the last minute to finish a project.: ​How to Beat Laziness, Self-Doubt, […]

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Allergies or Cold? How to Tell and Stay Productive

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​Allergies or Cold?It’s Springtime! Love is in the air. And pollen. Birdsong accents the colorful displays and smells of fresh flowers.​ Then your drippy ​nose and ​scratchy red eyes ruin everything and ​make it hard to concentrate. You have tissues everywhere, and you’ve rubbed your nose raw. Worse yet, you don’t even know if it’s […]

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Want Better Focus? Do You Have Low Iron?

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​Eating ice? Finding it hard to ​focus?​Do you procrastinate, lose concentration, or feel tired all the time? Do you crave ice? Want to focus better? As a freelancer and entrepreneur, health is the foundation of your productivity and enjoying the reasons you work. Don’t let ​low iron hold you back.Read about ​Fit for Freelance According to the […]

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What is Cholesterol? 5 Tips for Heart Health

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It’s still American Heart Month, and your heart is still beating after all these years. That’s ​great! But what is cholesterol, and how does it affect heart health? Every once in a while, you’ll see a commercial about meds for high cholesterol, or ​hear someone who’s watching their cholesterol. You might think it has nothing to […]

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Know and Prevent Heart Attack and Stroke

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​You would know if you were having a heart attack… right?According to a poll ​in CDC Heart Disease Facts, only 27% were aware of all major symptoms and knew to call 9-1-1 when someone was having a heart attack. Could you tell if someone you love were having a stroke? â€‹Your body depends on your heart, vessels, […]

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What Does The Heart Do? 6 Tips For Heart Health

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When you hear heart… do you think of emotions like courage, heartbreak, love? Valentine’s Day chocolate?? Years ago, I was a happy kid with a strawberry cobbler at the Strawberry Festival in Plant City, Florida. I listened as the country band on stage poked fun at how we use the word heart. “Every time you hear […]

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Seasonal Affective Disorder: 5 Tips to Fight Winter Blues

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It’s ​that time of year…The holidays are over, ​daylight is short, and you haven’t felt sun on your body in months. If you’ve got a sad, gloomy feeling that’s hard to shake, you may be having some symptoms of seasonal affective disorder, sometimes called winter depression. Depending on where you live, 0-10% of the population […]

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You Need More Sleep. 5 Tips to Get It

How much sleep do you need?Do you wake up tired?Do you often read the same line several times, or feel like you lack clarity of thought? Do you set multiple alarms, or do you snooze more than once most mornings? The average adult sleeps less than 7 hours per night. How much do you  usually sleep?adequate […]

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