You don’t need hours of free time to practice mindfulness. Try these five simple ideas to add more mindfulness to your day.
Dr. Jill Amos, licensed behavioral health psychologist suggests 6 steps to help you manage your emotions in a productive way.
It’s the season to hit the trail. But don’t just throw on your most beaten-up trainers and head out to the nearest wilderness – that’s the path to injury. We’ve assembled a guide to getting outside your comfort zone, from taking your first (tiny) steps to competing in your first race.
Can you control what you remember and what you forget? According to some research, the answer is yes — but it takes practice to master this skill.
“Pregnancy brain!” Moments of forgetfulness happen to everyone, but they seem to occur more often during pregnancy. Why?
Most of the 19% of Americans who smoke would like to quit for good, however nicotine is extremely addictive. But quitting can be done. Here is some advice on how to get through the tough times.
Stress literally changes who we are. That’s why it’s key to understand how to bring calm into our lives, anticipate stressful triggers and, when possible, avoid them.
When something triggers you to anger, there are ways to turn down the heat and give your body a break. Here are three of them.
For centuries yoga has been used to increase strength and flexibility, as well as improve mind/body alignment and reduce stress. Solid benefits all, but they’re just a sampling of how yoga can improve everyday living. Here’s a breakdown.
Meditation apps make it possible to slow down and check in with yourself anytime, anywhere. Here are four popular picks I’ve tried, that I think are worth trying.