One of the most popular items you can currently find in almost every woman’s wardrobe is a great pair of leggings. They are a versatile basic that pretty much goes with everything. Leggings have been in style for as long as I can remember. And over the last few years, versatility in wear–dressed up or down–has become the foundation for athleisure style.
At the end of a long day, you’ve managed to hit the gym and work on your fitness game, but it doesn’t stop there. Maybe the kids have practice, you’ve got to make a pit stop at the grocery store so that you can whip up a healthy dinner, or you’re meeting up with a friend to catch up on life. Honestly, there is always so much to do with so little time.
You’ve hit the gym and worked up a good sweat whipping your body into shape. But if getting hot and sweaty is no longer working out for you, consider performance fabrics to help keep your cool. Hey, we’re not knocking your favorite cotton T-shirt. Honestly, who doesn’t want to keep that special tee around? However, sweating in your cotton shirt will have it sticking to you—literally. Cotton absorbs moisture and is slow to dry. Moisture management fabrics offer performance properties that make workouts a breeze in wicking sweat away from your body and keeping you dry.
When it comes to fashion, it is all about how you rock the look! Your personal style is a key factor and the reason why trends stay alive. Plus, there is never one way to rock a trend. Thanks to the diverse world that we live in, the influences of culture, entertainment and lifestyle make it easy to rock one trend in so many different ways.
Keep calm and carry on. Or at least that’s what they say, right? Sometimes that’s easier said than done. We all get caught up in the hustle and bustle of life. From our careers to taking care of our families, to recreational activities and balancing a social life. Combined with managing the curve balls that come our way, it is incredibly important to find things that provide peace and balance for each of us. Below are a few of my personal favorite ways to go from zero to zen and maintain a healthy level of stress.