Plus a recipe: Spring into Summer Salad with Berries, Peach and Rose
Spring is giving way to summer. Pungent, astringent, bitter greens like arugula, dandelion, mustard, purslane, and... Read More
Holding on to hurt feelings limits your ability to be present. Move past resentment and anger by learning to forgive yourself first.
Left to their own devices,... Read More
Practical suggestions to avoid that nagging sensation of regret.
In one of the most famous lines in cinema history, an anguished Marlon Brando, as Terry Malloy in On... Read More
In my denomination, the congregation elects its pastors. During my pastoral training, my classmates and I repeatedly heard the story of one Joe Johnson, an Ohio... Read More
(Ps. You can develop the same habits to improve your own mental toughness.)
Mental toughness is a choice and a discipline, not an innate quality bestowed upon... Read More
Charles Duhigg, in his amazing book The Power of Habit, nails the importance of creating a keystone habit that practically guarantees success.
An example he uses is Michael... Read More
An excerpt from Grateful Exit: How to Advocate Effectively, Take Care of Yourself, and Be Present for the Death of a Loved One.
Even with all the advances... Read More
Love yourself in a way only you can. Treat yourself as you would your most adored person, place, or object. Why not?
“Sometimes, it only takes one... Read More
Protein can hold off hunger better than simple carbs like those you find in crackers and cookies. But can protein help you actually lose weight or... Read More
Jill Leigh answers your questions about energy, meditation, and more.
Question: My thoughts race all the time. Meditation is impossible for me. Is something going on with... Read More