Emilia Benton is a Houston-based freelance writer and editor. In addition to Bustle, she has contributed health, fitness and wellness content to Women's Health, Runner's World, SELF, SHAPE and Healthline, among other publications. She is also a 10-time marathoner, frequent traveler and avid amateur baker.
How To Get The COVID-19 Vaccine Without Insurance
Here’s why no one will have to pay for it.
Can You Get The COVID Vaccine If You're Sick?
Don’t risk infecting someone else.
Yes, Your Job Can Make You Get Vaccinated For COVID
Think of it like wearing a hardhat.
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From cat/cows to breath work.
How To Deal With Hangover Anxiety Before It Happens
Part healthy habits, part boundary setting.
12 Women Share Their Best WFH Work-Life Balance Strategies
#5: Work from bed — with limits.
11 Ideas To Replace Your Commute If You Miss Your Routine
Hint: lots of yoga.
8 Stretches To Start Your Morning Routine Off Right
You can even do some in bed.
Here’s How To Create A Morning Routine With Alexa
"Alexa, start the coffee.”
5 Women On What To Expect From Dry January
"I had the energy for two workouts a day while working from home and also taking care of a toddler.”
Dry January Isn’t An Automatic Immunity Boost, Experts Say
A month-long break is very short in the grand scheme of things.
Experts Explain How Dry January Can Affect Your Period
The indirect effects may be subtle.
9 Genius Morning Routines For People Who WFH
Let these inspire you.
6 Dry January Benefits That Just Might Surprise You
One of them involves your sex life.
The 5 Best Lunchtime Workouts For Your Midday Sweat Sesh
They're perfect for fitting in between Zoom meetings.
The Scientific Case For Working Out At Lunchtime
Cheers to that midday sweat.
3 Lightweight Workouts You Can Literally Do Anywhere
A personal trainer breaks down these very versatile exercises.
The Most Popular Virtual Workouts Of 2020, According To ClassPass
Some usual suspects, and some surprises.
5 Sneaky Things That Make Hangovers Even More Hellish
A little preparation goes a long way.