ICYMI: Easy Homemade Popcorn Balls Plus Your Chance To Win $1000

October 16, 2015
by Annalise Mantz for Thrive Market
ICYMI: Easy Homemade Popcorn Balls Plus Your Chance To Win $1000

When Friday rolls around, sometimes nothing sounds better than a relaxing evening, curled up on the couch with a glass of wine and a book.

We're right there with you—but we'd like to humbly suggest you switch your reading material to some of the greatest hits you might have missed on the Thrive Notebook this week. Our favorites include a banging recipe for the best popcorn balls ever, a visual guide to serving sizes, and the easy way to keep your house clean without harmful chemicals.

Enter to Win $1000 In Our Spooktacular DIY Halloween Costume Contest

Got some mad costume-designing skills up your sleeve? Put them to the test in our contest to see who can make the best Halloween costume out of recycled materials–you could win big!

Light, Crunchy, and Sweet: What's Not To Like About Honey Almond Popcorn Balls?

This recipe is a definite contender for our favorite Halloween treat. Almond butter, honey, almonds....we're drooling already.

Banish Bleach: Whiten Everything From Teeth to Tiles The Natural Way

Yep, you can replace those chemicals under your sink with baking soda, hydrogen peroxide, and activated charcoal. Here's how.

Psst, You're Probably Eating Too Much. Here's What Servings Should Look Like

Did you know that 16 grapes constitutes one serving of fruit? Or that two eggs or 24 almonds is one serving of protein? We've broken down how much food really makes up one serving.

Ask a Health Coach: How Can I Kick-Start My Metabolism?

There are a lot of conflicting opinions out there about breakfast. Resident health coach Michelle Pellizzon breaks down what you really need to know about revving your metabolism in the morning.

Whip Up This Instant Iced Coffee in 30 Seconds or Less

While we're on the subject of breakfast, we might as well tell you how much we loooove this easy-breezy instant coffee recipe.

Nail Polish Nightmare: That Shiny New Color Probably Contains Toxins

If you're painting your nails with chemical-filled polish, that mani-pedi habit probably isn't the best thing for your health. Here's what you need to know about nail polishes to avoid—and where to find safe options.

Photo credit: Paul Delmont

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