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Just because you’re camped out in front of the TV with all of your team’s gear on, it doesn’t mean you should have any guilt about skipping the gym.
Your work setup, if not configured correctly for you, can actually lead to muscular pain, as well as have a negative impact on your productivity.
“I will never go back to where I was. I knew then that I had to make some drastic changes in order to stay alive.”
Maybe you have a routine but still, find yourself awake way past your desired bedtime.
The cost of having a baby can be over $20,000. To put it into perspective that’s about one year of tuition from a public university.