Alicia Springer

Mother of two. Personal trainer. Fitness is about determination, not age.

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Serenol™ Is Changing How We Think About PMS Symptoms—And You Have to Give It a Try
2 months ago
Once in a blue moon, humanity invents something that changes how we look at the world around us. Sometimes, the way tech changes our views on life are pretty stark—such as how humanity reacted to the ...
Must Read Books for Cancer Patients
3 months ago
It is estimated that about 1.7 million new cases of cancer were diagnosed in 2018. Discovering that you have cancer is an unexpected and heart-wrenching moment like none other. You may wonder, "What's...
Signs You're Stressed (And Don't Even Realize It)
3 months ago
No one likes to be stressed out—but it’s not just unpleasant. As science has started to show, stress is actually very dangerous for your health. Temporary levels of stress cause heightened levels of c...
How to Get Cheap International Data with a GlocalMe G3 HotSpot
3 months ago
International travel is awesome. It's exciting, exhilarating, and it's awesome to do in your 20s. International travel is also expensive. There are flights, hotels, and agonizing daily data costs. I h...
Use a Kasa Cam to Check Your Baby and Never Disturb Another Nap
3 months ago
It's hard to strike a balance—being properly attentive when you're dead exhausted and also not disturbing your new family member unnecessarily. I'm a first-time mother, so the desire to check on my li...
The OrCam MyEye 2.0 Allows the Blind to Interact with the World More Than Ever Before
4 months ago
"I'm blind," he said, even as he met my gaze evenly. When he said it, we almost didn't believe him since he navigated the large AirBnB so effortlessly. The owner of the house, the two other guests, the owner's nurse friend, and I all looked at him in surprise. We all piled in the nurse's vehicle and on the way to a restaurant in western Baltimore, he explained how he was indeed blind, but that blindness had a spectrum. We were all dreadfully clueless in the subject, and listened curiously as he ...