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The New Year is usually met with lies dressed up as resolutions that have an alarmingly short shelf life. Many of the resolutionees end up doing nothing more than taking up space at your local gym. Thankfully, their self-motivation stretches just as far as convenience goes, and by February the once-newly devoted fitness gurus are back on their couches binge watching House of Cards. Don’t be one of those people. It helps having a more concrete plan than just being healthier. If you didn’t spend much time at the gym in 2014 start off modestly and build up throughout the year. Luckily, the market is full of gadgets and gear to help keep you accountable and active. And, oh yeah, looking good for beach season never hurts, either.

  • Lulu Lemon Sweat Session Hoodie – $118
  • Jawbone UP24 Fitness Tracker – $118
  • Nike Dri-fit Tech Training Tank – $20
  • Myles Apparel Everyday Short – $58
  • Adidas SL Loop Runner TR – $75
  • Nike Venom Fleece Pant – $70
  • E&B Exercise Hydra Coach Water Bottle – $23
  • Jaybird Freedom Sprint BT Headphones – $99
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Unless you’re slapping solar panels on your roof or erecting a wind turbine, you probably just pay your energy bill and hope your local utility is doing the right thing. That isn’t happening nearly enough. Enter Arcadia Power, a free platform that allows you to contribute to the fight for clean power while dropping monthly energy costs. Link your local utility account, and they seek out solar and wind projects near you, buying renewable energy certificates in your name. Arcadia Power is committed to making clean energy work for the planet and your bank account.