You don’t need hours of free time to practice mindfulness. Try these five simple ideas to add more mindfulness to your day.
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.
Mindful meditation is one key to a happy, uplifting life. Learn to quieten your mind and become fully immersed in the here and now while easing your stress.
The real key to making sustainable change to your eating habits could be with losing the all-or-nothing diet mentality and sticking to mindful eating instead.
Need some help getting more sleep, managing your stress or increasing your productivity? There’s an app for that! Check out this list of apps that could help you improve your health.
With your attention constantly pulled in different directions, the digital lifestyle can take a toll on your ability to focus. Try taking these steps to improve concentration.
Here’s some tips to help you deal with anxiety about everything from what your kids are eating and what they’re watching on TV to larger safety concerns.