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Asia Bradlee

Asia Bradlee, Contributor at Boston Magazine

Asia was the summer 2015 health intern and now contributes original recipes to Boston. She is a Tulane University graduate with degrees in public health and English. Asia is also a NASM-certified personal trainer and maintains her own health and wellness website, Body by Asia.


Improve Your Skin With These Black-Owned Beauty Brands in Boston

These brands are all-natural, organic, and Boston-based.


Cool Down with These Fruit Salad Recipes

A refreshing solution to Boston’s latest heat wave.


Seven Edible Plants You Can Grow in Your Apartment

Just because you live in the city doesn’t mean you can’t garden.


Eight Exercises Perfect for a Beach Workout

Get in some squats and skaters while you’re working on your tan.

woman composting food

A Beginner’s Guide to Composting

Help the environment and give your plants a nutritional boost.


Break a Sweat with These Outdoor Exercises

Head to an athletic field to improve your agility and endurance.


Seven Healthy-ish Iced Coffee Recipes You Can Make at Home

Turn your kitchen into a coffee shop.


Cool Off with These No-Churn Ice Cream Recipes

Homemade ice cream is easier than you think.


Try One of These Healthy Pasta Dishes for Dinner This Week

Spruce up all that pasta you’ve stockpiled in your pantry.


Waking up in the Middle of the Night With Weird Coronavirus Dreams?

Try these yoga poses for a better night’s sleep.


Twelve Spa Treatments You Can Try at Home

Pamper yourself without leaving the house.


Experiment with These Seven Pickling Recipes

Get your mason jars ready.


Make the Most of Your New Obsessive Running Habit

Your entire body needs to be strong, not just your legs.


Seven Sourdough Recipes to Try During Self-Isolation

There’s more to sourdough than just bread.


Eight Back Stretches to Alleviate Pain While Working From Home

Try these yoga-inspired stretches during your lunch break.