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5 Ways to Make the New Year Your Healthiest Yet

We finally made it through January and are more than ready for February! Clear eyes, full hearts can’t lose… right? If this past month has proven anything for a majority of us, it’s that even with the best of intentions, it can be hard to stick to your New Year’s resolutions and see them play […]

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7 of the Best Trips for Yogis to Get Your Inner Zen On

With wellness travel gaining popularity in the United States, yoga retreats with scenic backdrops promoting self-discovery, reflection and rejuvenation are popping up everywhere, and summer is the best time to start looking for the retreat or festival that best fits you. While one of the major objectives of practicing yoga is to train your body […]

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Co-Founder’s Letter: Views From the Six

With the sixth anniversary of our site on June 16, what better time to reflect upon what it means to write for The Hudsucker than by hearing from our co-founder and senior writer, Andrew Rogers.

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7 Powerful TED Talks to Inspire and Move You

We’ve all hit rock-bottom at some point or another, with life tearing apart even the strongest people. Sometimes before we even start on something, we give up and leave a project out of fear or insecurity. But it’s important to know that everything takes time — after all, even Rome wasn’t built in a day. […]

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3 Budget-Friendly Ways Everyone Can Celebrate Valentine’s Day

As soon as the holiday season is over and Christmas decorations come down, the stores are stocked with Valentine’s Day merchandise. From cards to candy and flowers to jewelry, the costs can add up on showing the one you love just how much you love them. Which is why it is so important to keep […]

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Ways to Unplug and Recharge for a Productive Work Week With Game-Changing Strategies

When it comes to the weekend, there is nothing like laying out on the couch and relaxing from an exhausting week. But while we imagine we’re handling our downtime effectively or binge-watching everything imaginable, we end up checking our work emails every time a notification goes off or worry about those projects looming for the […]

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How Sleeping in on Weekends Could Surprisingly Benefit Your Health

Living in an age of immediacy and promptness can often leave so many of us feeling pretty tired by the time Friday rolls in. But new research suggests catching up on lost sleep over the weekend benefits your health greatly.

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Teamwork Makes the Dream Work: Celebrating 5 Years With The Hudsucker

Today is an especially amazing day because our team is celebrating five years since The Hudsucker’s creation. It’s an incredible milestone and one that wouldn’t exist without the team we have. As the Editor-in-Chief of an online magazine that aims to empower readers through lifestyle, entertainment and news, it’s extremely humbling to know one seedling […]

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Top 5 for 5: Tania Reveals Her Favorite Quotes to Ignite Your Creativity and Passion

As Editor-in-Chief and founder of The Hudsucker, Tania Hussain has written about and done so much for the site over 5 years. Though she is a jack-of-all-trades writer, it’s no surprise that she would share quotes that inspire her for her Top 5 for 5.  Creativity seems like one of those unattainable attributes like an Ivy […]

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Letter from the Editor: Five Years Later…

It’s hard to believe that five years ago, an idea about creating a site that empowers readers through relatable subjects like lifestyle and entertainment, could still be thriving and evolving. Many sites like ours dive deep when it comes to chiseling their own unique fingerprint and making their mark on the web, but it isn’t easy to be exclusive in a pool that advances every day.

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Building Resilience and Moving Ahead Through Tough Transitions

Breakups and layoffs suck. Whether it’s the end of a long-term relationship with someone you love, the loss of a job you were dedicated to, or another life-altering situation, being thrust into these scenarios where a big part of your life comes to a sudden end is downright unnerving and terrifying. You enter into that uncomfortable gray area of […]

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Letter from the Editor: What a Broken Heart Can Teach You

Something I have heard from many in the last month is how heartbroken they have been feeling since last fall. As a feeling I too have experienced while watching the world change every second, it’s no secret that a broken heart can take a toll on the best of us.

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How to Reach Success Using Creative Visualization

If you want to succeed, you have to believe you can. You might think about being successful and reaching your goals all the time, but our life and the circumstances we find ourselves in often have another plan for us every single day. In case you didn’t know, what you usually think up is what you ultimately […]

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