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Shea Winpigler

About Shea Winpigler

Shea Winpigler is a writer, musician and health junkie. Having co-written, "Finding Balance For Good," an Ayurvedic eating guide, Shea specializes in finding foods that match seasonal as well as bodily needs. Most of her work has been under aliases varying in age, gender and location, as is the life of a ghost writer (she's not a phantom we swear), but most recently she blogs for small businesses within the Baltimore area, from Federal Hill Fitness to Crafted Hair Studio. Shea is a sucker for PB&Js, fiction and high intensity interval training, and believes anything can be solved with a bath, a book and a dessert scented candle. Who said you can't have dessert and smell it, too?

3 Ways to Finally Get Your “Beach Bod” in 2017


Getting Flawless Tan
Getting Flawless Tan

Over the past few, well, let’s stop right there. Ever since 9th grade of high school, I’ve been seeking out ways to confidently step out onto the sandy beaches with a “yes! This is my body!” sort of attitude.

Now that I’m a 23-year-old working professional, can buy cuter bikinis and stopped eating cheetos for breakfast, now is the time.

Maybe you’re a mother of three, a 30-year-old male in cybersecurity or 62 and planting your first retirement garden– whoever you are, you can benefit from any or all of these life tips.

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Workouts for those of us who work at a desk


Workout at desk
Workout at desk

“I cannot sit here another second,” I mutter to myself.

A co-worker next to me hears my whisper and responds, “same here, let’s go for a walk.”

“Can’t– deadline. Gr.”

If you’re someone with a desk job, you know how hard it can be to stay in one chair, at one desk for one hour. Usually it’s upwards eight to nine hours for a typical person. WHAT!?

It blows my mind that people all over the United States, and even stretching to other countries, we’re all just sitting. Working. Co-existing in chairs with our hands on keyboards or mouses.

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Steps on how to motivate and keep yourself going everyday


Motivate Commit Celebrate
Motivate Commit Celebrate

“I was thinking one day and I realized that if I just had somebody behind me all the way to motivate me I could make a big difference. Nobody came along like that so I just became that person for myself.” — Unknown.

If you’re like me, you love to stay busy. And if you’re really like me, you get overwhelmed and procrastinate on all of the tasks you agree to.

If you’re also like me, sometimes you get depressed, think the world is confusing, sit and ponder about everything you’ve ever done and wonder where in Gandhi’s name you’re going in life.

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