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5 Amazing Ideas for Your Next Picnic

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It's summer time.  Schools out, the sun is shining, the air is fresh and it's time to plan an awesome picnic.  Everyone loves picnics.  Mothers, fathers, grand parents, friends, co-workers and of course children.  Picnics are usually accompanies by lot's of fun, games, activities and lasting memories.  Right now there's no better time to highlight ...

Tips For Combating Adult Acne

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Raise your hand if you’re glad that those high school puberty pimple days are gone. Now raise your hand if you’re an adult dealing with acne. With heavy work weeks, going out on the weekends with friends, and everything in between, breakouts aren’t so surprising. As if dealing with acne isn’t stressful enough, the constant stream of new products hitting the shelves every few weeks tends to make the situation even more aggravating for many. So how do we eliminate adult acne? Dr. Margarita Lolis, a Board-Certified Dermatologist in northern New Jersey who takes a holistic approach to treating skincare issues, offers advice on what and how to use the key products that help with clearing your skin issues.

How to Avoid the Winter Blues

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While the idea of clocks “falling back” an hour and gaining an hour of sleep sounds beneficial, many of us tend to see this as the start of a stressful next few months. Between working, traveling, and shopping, adding in cold weather and darkness increases anxiety and stress for many. Dr. Saman Hafeez, a NYC based licensed clinical psychologist, and the founder and Clinical Director of Comprehensive Consultation Psychological Services, explains how setting the clocks back can negatively affect people and offers advice on how to avoid the winter blues.

‘The Haven’s Kitchen Cooking School’ Book Giveaway

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Cliché Magazine is partnering with Artisan Books for a The Haven’s Kitchen Cooking School book giveaway you won’t want to miss! In The Haven’s Kitchen Cooking School, readers will learn how to cook for a lifetime. From beginner lessons like getting over your fear of frying to learning how to properly filet a fish, there’s something for everyone to learn. Enter below for your chance to win a copy of the book plus a stainless steel cooking tool-set to get you started!

4 Things We Can All Learn From Gwyneth Paltrow @ Goop

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If you’re like me, you basically only know Gwyneth Paltrow as Margot Tenenbaum and can hardly name another movie she’s in (save for checking her IMDB, which I just did). If you were born after the late ’90s, though, there’s a decent chance you only know Paltrow because of her self-proclaimed status as a modern health guru and lifestyle aficionado. I spent a lot of time being irritated that Margot Tenenbaum, my favorite chain smoking idol, had become a “lifestyle influencer” toting $125,000 dumbbells and $1,000 toilet paper because how could that not be infuriating? The dark, lethargic Wes Anderson character that I’d known and adored for so long had become now the poster child for clean eating and vaginal steaming.

5 Uplifting Books to Nourish Your Soul

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The time right after the holidays can feel slightly lackluster after all of the festivities filled with champagne, loved ones visiting from all over, and magical moments that have passed. Jumping straight back into the grind of our everyday lifestyles can be quite trying, and we understand the lack of inspiration that you might be going through. Whether you have experienced writer’s block, have swayed from your usual exercise routine, or have found it hard to motivate yourself after a long week—we’ve been there.

Decorate to the Nines

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All white schemes, boho touches, minimal aesthetics and D.I.Y details are just some of the popular ways to decorate bedrooms these days. No matter what you gravitate towards though, decorating your space into something that will inspire you every time you walk into it should be at the top of your list. Now, with all of the Pinterest and Tumblr worthy rooms shared out there, it’s safe to say that we can all be a little indecisive when it comes to decorating—or redecorating, for that matter.

Getting Fit with Tone It Up

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With a multi-million dollar business and a 40% growth rate year after year, Tone It Up is a perfect example of a business built on hard work and social media prowess. The digitally-based healthy lifestyle and fitness community that has a current reach of over 5 million women worldwide on multiple platforms was founded by fitness trainers Karena Dawn and Katrina Scott. Since the initial launch of Tone It Up in 2009, these dedicated ladies have acquired over a million followers combined on both of their Instagram accounts, over half a million subscribers on their YouTube channel, and millions of users across social media using the #toneitup hashtag.

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Covers: Anand Desai-Barochia and Britney Young
Inside, cover star Britney Young talks about her role on GLOW and Anand Desai-Barochia talks about his role on The Outpost, breaking through barriers, and much more!
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