Take 5: Here's Everything on Khloé Kardashian's Grocery List

Happy Wednesday! Welcome to our debut Take 5 column, where we invite you to take a hump-day break and catch up on the week's most revitalizing lifestyle stories. Ready to take a breather?

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Take a look at Khloé Kardashian's grocery list. The poster woman for the "revenge body" has revealed her weekly grocery shopping go-tos, as reported by InStyle. Items of note: tons of fresh fruit, Smartwater, bread, eggs, almond milk, veggies, maple honey turkey slices, and—of course—cookies. As any fan of Keeping Up With the Kardashians can attest, the fitness guru is an avid fan of cheat days.

Forget setting your phone alarm. Women are now using apps like NaturalCycles and MyPill to track their periods, times of peak ovulation, and day-to-day fertility, according to PopSugar. You might as well put your smartphone addiction to good use.

You may want to book your next vacation with Delta or American Airlines. These are the first two airlines that will soon allow in-flight Netflix binging, on July 1 and September 2017, respectively. Game. Changer. If you're looking for other ways to pass the time, here are our favorite reads to travel with.

This new alarm clock will make your dreams a reality. Described as a coffeemaker–alarm clock hybrid by Refinery29, this groundbreaking invention brews a fresh cup of coffee before your alarm even goes off. Want to wake up to a hot cup of joe? Donate to the Kickstarter to get the Barisieur out of the prototype phase and into your kitchen.

It may be time to go "full green." Take notes from HuffPost Green's Celeste Erlach. The blogger, wife, and mother recommends composting scraps, line-drying clothes, switching to a reusable Keurig pod, and replacing paper towels with reusable rags. We'll see you at the commune.

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