Monthly Archives: December 2013

A Breakup Letter to the New Year’s Resolution… and What We’re Replacing it With

We love you, New Year’s resolution. No, really, we do. Your heart’s in the right place. You’re cheery. Full of hope. And you always show up – year after year after year. But when it comes down to it, New … Continue reading

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What Will Your Last 10 Years Look Like? (The Problem with New Year’s Resolutions)

In the coming weeks, millions of us will make New Year’s resolutions, and almost all of them will fail. It’s the not-so-hidden secret about our annual rite of resolution making. A powerful new PSA – watch it below – forces us to ask … Continue reading

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Email of Awesomeness: Dec. 18, 2013

It’s that time of the week, when we release our newsletter Email of Awesomeness into the wild. Our commitment remains the same: Deliver awesome content to your inbox around 2 p.m. PST every week – stuff that’s worth you taking five … Continue reading

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All of the Science, None of the Counting

When calorie counting, you’re aiming for the number of daily calories required to achieve your goal. As discussed in our last post, there are myriad issues with the practice of calorie counting – which is why we don’t recommend it … Continue reading

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Why Calorie Counting Isn’t The Answer

Calorie counting is attractive because the logic is so simple: If you consume more calories than you use, you’ll gain weight. If the opposite is true, you’ll lose weight. The science makes sense. The practice of calorie counting, however, is flawed. … Continue reading

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