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Kate’s Take: Female Empowerment


Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Thinking about, speaking on and taking action to progress female empowerment is just as important today as it’s ever been. I’m sure you’ve heard me say it at least once (if not a hundred times): my mission at Fabletics from the very beginning was to empower women. Early on, I made a promise to myself ...

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The Benefits of a Digital Break


Friday, March 3, 2017

The National Day of Unplugging is coming up, from sundown March 3 to sundown March 4. As much as I try to put down my devices on a regular basis, the most I can manage is an hour at a time, and that’s a big deal. A 24-mandate for a digital detox sounds like heaven. To ...

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Best of the Blog: February Roundup


Friday, February 24, 2017

As the month of love draws to a close, it’s only fitting to highlight some of your most-loved posts from February. In case you missed them, circle back and give them a good read. You won’t be disappointed!   The New “On-The-Go” Workout It may be cold outside, but we’re always on the move. Find out how to ...

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Kate’s 10-Minute Meditation


Thursday, February 23, 2017

It seems like you can’t turn on the TV or pick up a magazine today without being bombarded with stories about “how effective and important it is to be mindful”—kind of ironic because the media are probably one of the reasons we feel overwhelmed in the first place! Ha! But why have so many people ...

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Kate’s Take: What Moves Me


Tuesday, February 21, 2017

This month’s collection and campaign are all about finding an activity you love and truly learning to connect to it (body, mind and soul). It’s about what motivates you, what you’re passionate about and what pushes you to go that extra mile or do an extra 10 squats! It got me thinking about my passions—my ...

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The 5 Essential Steps to Self-Care


Saturday, February 18, 2017

As women, we play many roles; we are accomplished jugglers, master multi-taskers. We are mothers, partners, sisters, daughters, bosses, employees. We take care of business like superheroes. In the process, however, we often forget to take care of ourselves. We get depleted, exhausted and even sick. When we operate at a constant deficit, our self-esteem ...

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