5 Things Getting Us Through the Holiday Season

We're athletes, yet we're eaters. We're movers who sit idly on planes, trains and automobiles with the best of 'em. And yes, we absolutely love a good Thanksgiving day sandwich as a late night snack just as much as we love sledding on Christmas morning.

With so many contradictions, it's easy to fall out of love with our selves and out of a routine that's otherwise health-centric and fitness based. But right now we're staying motivated, upbeat and body-confident with these 5 things that'll be sure to get yo through the season.


Krona-Logical Order by OPI

You won't help to feel happy with the luxuriousness of this captivating new release from OPI.  It was born out of their Iceland collection, featuring a palette inspired by the country's scenic, varied landscape of volcanoes, geysers, hot springs, lava fields and glaciers.



Turkey Trots and Santa runs

The thing about turkey trots and Santa runs is that it's a non-competitive, active way to build memories to last a lifetime.  Community spirit abounds. Energy is high. And the smiles you'll get along the course are out of this world.  Active has a list of hundreds of them happening across the country.


This Is Just My Face by Gabourey Sidibe

The Oscar-nominated Precious star and Empire actress delivers a much-awaited memoir that hits hard with self-knowing dispatches on friendship, depression, celebrity, haters, fashion, race, and weight. From the title itself, you'll see she's going both hard and soft, smart and funny.





Woman by Kesha

We're loving Kesha unleashing her powerful vibes across the radio waves, and this is the song we're playing on repeat. But caution. Very NSFW.  And very, very NSF the family dinner table.

Masque Bar by LOOK BEAUTY Brightening Sheet Mask

Hours on a tarmac can get your skin feeling like it's the Mojave desert. But these portable face masks are just the answer, giving your skin a moisturizing feel and a dewy complexion. Just close your eyes, sit back, zen out and say bye to the parents, cousins and kids all crammed in your house.