If you are having trouble finding the fun in stretching or exercise, perhaps it’s time to give in to the topsy-turvy world we’re in right now and spend some time upside down.
Rachel Krantz is the Lead Writer at Mercy For Animals, where she writes about veganism. She is the namer of Bustle, and one of its three founding editors. Her work has also been featured on The Huffington Post, NPR, The Daily Beast, Newsweek, High Times, Salon, AlterNet, Jezebel, XOJane, Marie Claire, VegNews Magazine, and elsewhere. You can follow her and get in touch @RachelKrantz, and check out her portfolio at www.racheljkrantz.com.
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