A good old-fashioned “I’m sorry” is the best way to fix any mistake, from making a work flub to forgetting Mom’s birthday. We’ve all been there, so check out these tips and tricks to make every apology gold star-worthy.
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This week, we've got a killer guest post from Greatist expert and trainer, Dan Trink, all about how to set successful goals, and make those goals happen the smart way. We've also rounded up some of our favorite healthy Greek yogurt snack recipes (Cinnamon peanut butter dip! Mashed potatoes!) and 60 toaster-oven made recipes that span from breakfast to dessert. And don't forget — it's National Nutrition Month! Though nutrition is important all year long, clear some time to make it a priority this month.
GUEST POST: Are your goals setting yourself up for failure? Learn how to achieve success the smart way in this step-by-step guide from fitness expert Dan Trink.
Conventional ovens are great and all, but toaster ovens save energy for smaller meals. Find out how a miniature oven can take on meatloaf, cookies, and more!
Some call it a “rice revolution.” Farmers in India are growing record-breaking amounts of rice, wheat, potatoes, and other crops, all without the use of genetically modified seeds.
Erica Sara crafted a simple piece of running bling and turned her charms into a booming business thanks to online fitness communities and the love of literally wearing your goals.
Venture capitalist Brad Feld doesn’t do things halfway. From helping develop new technology to mentoring start-ups to running 26.2 miles, this entrepreneur goes all the way. Find out why he’s a #greatist.
There are no off days for WNBA Rookie of the Year Nneka Ogwumike. Read on for an inside look at her training, diet, and game day secrets. Exclusive sprint workout included!
Silence those hunger pangs with a protein-rich sweet or savory Greek Yogurt snack.
Ready to make a lifestyle change? Jump-start healthy eating habits by making better nutrition a priority during March, aka National Nutrition Month.
It’s Eating Disorder Awareness Week, and we’ve rounded up some of the best individuals and organizations that are working toward positive body image for the millions of men and women affected.
Will Powerful Yogurt, affectionately dubbed “brogurt,” really leave you looking like Arnold or give you biceps like The Rock?
The #imagreatist community is inspiring everyone to make healthier choices. Read on for some of our favorite greatist moments of the week and see what motivates you!
Liven up your lunch routine with this vibrant garlic, lemon, and parmesan seasoned chickpea salad.
There’s no excuse for skipping the most important meal of the day — grab some delicious and nutritious fare and hustle out the door in a minute flat with one of these make-ahead breakfast recipes.
After Yahoo announced that its employees are no longer allowed to work from home, we decided to sift through the research to tell you about the benefits and drawbacks of telecommuting.
It’s not just yoga clothes and running gear. Lululemon has a unique goal-setting program to help company employees and customers achieve what they really want in life.
When it comes to betting on a sports game, buying an apartment, or winning a game of chess, researchers are split. Some say we should go with our gut, while others say we should take time to consider our choices.
Cold snap got you down? Take American poet William C. Bryant’s advice and let the February sun transport you to the spring.
There’s a good chance the answer is yes. Nearly one third of all people who share a bed report that their partner somehow disrupts their sleep. Here’s the how and why.
In honor of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, one Greatist editor shares the story of her eight-year struggle with anorexia — and how it challenged everything she thought she knew about being “healthy” and the beauty ideal.