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Whether that means going on a walk or meditating, try to spend some time away from your phone.

Try a new healthy recipe

Challenge yourself to try something new in the kitchen, like cauliflower fried rice or vegan cookies.

Start Journaling

Take a few minutes to reflect on what you’re grateful for, then jot it down in a journal.

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Hit up someone you haven’t seen in a while for some much-needed quality time.

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Feel Like An A-Lister With This 10-Minute Red-Carpet Ready Dance Workout

This quickie dance workout will tone your legs, booty, and arms and leave you ready to rock any gown. Even though this workout is only 10 minutes long, you'll be sure to get your heart rate up, and Dance FitSugar host Deja Riley will be using her Samsung Galaxy Watch Active to track her progress. Watch Now

Get Your Heart Rate Up With This 30-Minute Calorie-Burning Cardio Dance Workout

Dance it out and burn some calories with our first-ever episode of Dance FitSugar. Led by dancer and personal trainer Deja Riley, this 30-minute session feels more like a dance party than a workout. Watch Now

You Can Get In a Good Workout in Just 10 Minutes, According to This Expert

Emily Chen has been active her whole life. As a child, she spent a decade practicing ballet at a professional dance school. During her undergrad years, she studied anthropology and discovered the healing philosophy of yoga. She later traveled to India to do her 200-hour yoga teacher-training certification. Today you can find her in New York City leading yoga and circuit-training classes. While Emily has invested a lot of time into her fitness, she also knows that a good workout can be quick. That's why she's on board with high-intensity interval training (HIIT). Read More

Grab Your Mom and Get Moving With a Throwback Dance Party

Remember those kitchen dance parties from your childhood? Deja Riley has created a throwback dance workout to take you back in time, and it's a perfect way to spend time with mom. In fact, Deja designed this workout, featuring old-school moves, with her mom in mind, meaning that knee-friendly, low-impact options are baked into the choreography. Use the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active to track your heart rate and calories burned, and let the mother-daughter bonding begin! Watch now


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Why This Wellness Expert Says You Should Skip Keto but Try Intermittent Fasting

Minna Lee is a personal trainer, nutrition coach, and lifestyle blogger, and she's also the founder of a health food company, Live 24k. If she has the energy to take on all of that, you know she must be doing something right. With her eyes on wellness innovations, Minna helps her clients figure out what trends are worth it and which ones to skip. Read More

Can Moon Milk Really Help You Sleep Better?

To find out whether this concoction actually works, wellness blogger and public health specialist Chelsea Williams used the sleep-tracking feature on her Samsung Galaxy Watch to analyze her sleep after drinking a soothing moon milk made with reishi, cinnamon, and cacao powder. So did this buzzy wellness drink actually help Chelsea get a better night's sleep? You'll have to watch the video to find out. Read More

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See How Your Wellness Routine Measures Up to the Results of Our Self-Care Pledge

We asked readers to make a pledge to themselves to focus on their overall health and wellness, and we never dreamed it would give us so many fascinating insights into the daily self-care routines of people everywhere. The pledge — which was inspired by the fitness, sleep, and stress–tracking features of the Galaxy Watch Active — asked users to pinpoint how they wanted to feel and promise to take daily steps to make that happen. Read on to discover some of the most common responses to the pledge.

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