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While some might feel ready to flee the cold this time of year, others want to embrace it. Here are some truly beautiful places that become even more stunning once winter rolls around.
<p>With a seemingly never-ending drip of new-ins and new-outs, it can be hard on both your wallet and your wardrobe to continually play catch-up with the latest menswear collections. Luckily, this season sees some of 2019’s biggest trends spill over into 2020. So as well as breaking down what you should be holding on to in order to nail the key looks, we caught up with some industry insiders to get the styling tips that’ll maximise the wears from last year’s investments.</p>
Another year has come to an end, and another has just begun. So, now that the new year is here, what resolutions are you going to make? Making New Year's resolutions is a time-honored tradition all around the world. We all hope for a better future--especially when the year we're leaving behind has been a tough one.
We've all heard the term, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). According to Psych Central, between 60% and 90% of people with SAD are women, and females aged 15-55 are more likely to develop SAD. Wikipedia defines SAD as is a mood disorder subset in which people who have normal mental health throughout most of the year exhibit depressive symptoms at the same time each year, most commonly in the winter. SAD also is referred to as winter depression, the winter blues, summer depression, and seasonal depression.
As the nights draw in, it’s time to escape to exotic shores, from adventure travel in the South Pole and East Africa to dreamy beaches in the Indian Ocean
The elevation is starting to take its toll. Carefully planting one foot in front of the other, climbing through snow with my ice axe, I push on to summit California’s highest mountain.
You’ve got several new moves to try in today’s strength workout! From deadlifts to triceps presses, this workout is all about focusing on technique to get the moves right. If this is your first time trying some of these moves, don’t be afraid to take the first round slowly—so you really learn the exercise first. You can also practice the moves without weights first, then add your weight for the second and third rounds. Pick up the pace as your body warms up, and as you get more accustomed to the moves.
And of course, when you do that bonus move at the end—push yourself as much as you can! That move is all about moving quickly and getting breathless. We always suggest doing a quick warm-up first, and finishing with a soothing cool-down, like this one.
Tomorrow is a rest day, so make sure today counts!
Ah, fall! For many Americans, it's the most beautiful time of the year – especially if you live in rural areas populated by trees that, when conditions are right, ripen and burst into gorgeous shades of red, yellow and orange. Fleeting and often subject to a combination of unpredictable weather patterns, autumn's annual show is truly a sight to behold. Soon, dedicated leaf-peepers will be taking to the roads to hunt down and drive (and walk) among one of nature's most curious displays. But with only a limited number of days to choose from, where are the best places to see fall foliage?
First off, start with foliage reports or maps and be sure to gauge exactly where and when you'll want to go; peak foliage times can vary for different locations. Assuming you can schedule your visit to the trees at just the right time, here are several of the best places to see fall foliage around the country. And while you're there, add in some wine tastings, antique shopping and hiking – because soon enough, we'll all be hibernating, just like the trees, as winter comes!