Awareness. It changes everything. Responding from a place from awareness changes everything.
I'm not saying you have to give up eating cheeseburgers or skip bacon at brunch. What I am saying is that you should be more conscious about where your food comes from.
Productive people know that mornings are a great time for getting things done. And science shows that willpower is greatest in the morning. So take advantage of it and do the things that require self-discipline, like going to the gym or doing your taxes, early in the day.
Women (wives, mothers, daughters, sisters, girlfriends), long known to be nurturers, often forget their total essence requires nurturing as well. Finding balance between helping those you care about and maintaining your own needs is vital.
For all men out here, let's be clear -- yoga does not make you dainty or feminine. It makes you strong and durable. It provides you with a constant challenge to become a better form of yourself, day in and day out. It teaches you how to find comfort and contentment in some of the most uncomfortable situations.
While there are misconceptions and myths about many topics, one of the most popular topics is meditation. Say the word, "meditation" and all kinds of images and notions come up. Is this for me? I can't sit for long hours. Who wants to meditate anyway?
Today, the issue of mental illness affects an estimated 350 million people around the world, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Depress...
In her mind, Susan fulfilled her job of putting a hot meal on the table for her family. Nobody ever starved, she noted. Susan is right. Her kids did eat three "square" meals a day. But they each went out into the world without knowing how to prepare one. I should know; I'm her daughter.
Chef Alex Thomopoulos's approach to food is not harping on what she cannot eat, but celebrating the ingredients she can use to make tasty and unique meals.
To avoid our own personal January 2 shutdowns, let's learn from Congress' transgressions. Let's be moderate, aim for pre-emptive physical and psychological wellness, and lead by example in both our voting and holiday season behaviors.
In this interview, author and yoga teacher Judith Hanson Lasater, Ph.D., P.T., offers some keys to a rewarding home practice, based on her experience as a longtime practitioner and teacher. She encourages us to look at why we don't practice.
We are all masters of the universe in our own lives. Let's act like it when it comes to our health.
We're moving into open enrollment season for many organizations. What better time than right now when there is already a lot of communication going on regarding the benefits the organization will be offering in the new year.
Anna Getty, of the Getty family fame, has devoted much of her life to eating organically, employing eco-friendly practices, and utilizing sustainable, natural products.
We know how to measure success when it's in the form of numbers at the bank or recognition for a job title or promotion. What if we began releasing our attachment to these factors, and instead began looking at our state of health and happiness on a daily basis?
We all experience stress at times, even mental health professionals who treat people with stress and anxiety for a living. Here is a roundup of ways mental health professionals deal with stress in their own lives.