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.
A woman's ability to get pregnant begins to decline as early as her twenties and it gets more and more difficult with time. The earlier women become aware of this, the better their chances are of conceiving when they are ready.
Waiting in line can be a tedious experience. It can also be an opportunity to be mindful, an excuse to dream, or a chance to meet new and interesting people.
Rethinking the way we perceive stress may actually improve our physical and mental performance. It may be easier to give in to our fears, but you will accomplish much more in life and feel a greater sense of pride for facing them.
Getting creative with pumpkins is both fun and a great way to practice mindfulness... and you just may end up with some unique gifts and seasonal décor that will transform your home into a fall oasis.
But what can this wise man, the author of 72 books who refers to himself as a simple Buddhist monk, really teach world leaders -- and all of us -- about wellness in a world increasingly turning to high-tech, high-cost medicine? After all, this is a man who believes, "We have more experts but more problems ... more medicines but less health."
After nearly a century of vilifying, discrediting and simply ignoring wellness, the medical community is at long last stepping outside the hallowed hallways of traditional medicine and embracing healthcare and healing strategies beyond the purely clinical.
When a waking dream is sufficiently clear, and potent -- if not magical -- it's good to pay attention. After all, it's a message to yourself and something you can share.
Meaningful, personalized, whole person engagement ensures that the investment in health and wellness will be maximized for both the companies and people who need it to work. If employers and employees buy in to this, both will be happy, healthy and productive for years to come.
True health reform is not about spending more money, taking more drugs or having more tests. It's about a collaborative relationship between the patient, their body and health care professionals, all of whom are focused on what is best for the patient and not only on financial advantages.
We thank each other all the time -- for holding doors, minor favors and common services. But when is the last time you thanked yourself?
These seven exercises will strengthen your mental flexibility, prepare you be more resilient to change and help you be more successful at work (because nimble thinking is often rewarded). And frankly, maybe you'll have some fun doing things differently for a change.
Overtraining is pervasive and misunderstood. Too much of anything can be bad for you, including exercise.
As you wrap up another workday, the last thing you may be inclined to do is sit there and think about what happened. But if you want a more relaxing, stress-free evening, reflecting on the good stuff will go a long way.