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Is your energy lagging? Though it may be the last thing you feel like doing when you're tired, exercise -- even a brisk walk -- can be more effective than a nap or cup of coffee at fighting fatigue.
Hello and welcome to our March
This month, we'll be sharing information about how to make your saturdays a time for self-care and why you shouldn't rely on Your fitness tracker to lose weight
How To Make Your Saturdays A Time For Self-Care
If you want to get in on the self-care trend, it would help to know exactly what qualifies as a self-care activity. "It's something you really want-not have-to do," says Jennifer Louden, one of the early proponents of self-care and author of The Woman's Comfort Book. Sounds great, but still, how
exactly do you go about doing it?
Especially for the wound-tight and the type A's among us (no judgments-we're in that category, too), it almost seems too vague and willy-nilly. That's why we asked Louden for concrete tips on how to build a Saturday self-care routine that leaves you feeling like your mind and body's needs have been taken care of, even if it's just for a day.
These days, Fitbits and Jawbones adorn arms the way watches once did.
And for good reason: Wearable technology can log the steps you take in a day, track heart rate during workouts and help you get better sleep.
All of these positive lifestyle changes may cause people to assume that the devices will also help them lose weight. That's a reasonable assumption, but there is actually very little evidence that fitness trackers, alone, will lead to weight loss.