Kapha, we may not say it often enough, but we need you.
This is the third in a 3-part series on the doshas - an Ayurvedic term which refers to... Read More
This simple recipe is a formula to kindle the inner fires, promote healthy circulation, and hydrate the tissues.
Remember when Grandma would make a home remedy of hot... Read More
Parents often respond to children's self-doubt by offering praise. But what they really need is room to fail.
A middle school girl I worked with finally found... Read More
Learning to befriend all moments places us firmly in the life we are living, rather than the ideal life we are prone to imagine or strive... Read More
It’s here! Happy Women’s Health & Fitness Day! Organized by the Health Information Resource Center (HIRC), this national day focuses on the importance of regular physical activity... Read More
Inside your gut is an entire ecosystem that’s made of trillions of bacteria from hundreds of different strains. It’s called your microbiome. Getting probiotics is a... Read More
The glitter jar represents the mind settling. It's a great afternoon activity that your kids can keep coming back to as a mindfulness practice.
Kids,... Read More
“If we don’t know what we want to be when we grow up, is there something fundamentally wrong with us?”
Following our joy, chasing our bliss, finding... Read More
There is a sacredness that is found in the first moments of the morning. While it may feel overwhelming to change your entire morning routine in... Read More
A recent study reveals 8 weeks of mindfulness-based and cognitive therapies (MBCT) may ease chronic low back pain.
If you’ve ever had back pain, you know it’s... Read More
More than 90 percent of today’s teens are stressed out. Here’s how you can help them cope.
Fewer than half of teens today would rate their own... Read More
When our anxiety gets the best of us, it’s difficult to connect with new people. Here’s how to be more present.
Confidence is a quality that many... Read More
This week, learn about why you should stop at the point of fatigue instead of pushing through; find reasons for clarifying your life purpose, and read... Read More
Three Ways Parents Can Ease Into Summer
by Sherianna Boyle – May 27, 2019
Summer fun brings summer stress for parents. Here are three tips for keeping your inner cool in... Read More
The skills we cultivate by playing tennis can also help us be more mindful—even if you've never before picked up a racket.
Success in tennis is based... Read More
Oh my god, you think, your stomach turning. Why in the world did I do that? We’ve all made a bad decision before. You know the feeling—in the moment,... Read More
Take care to feed and stimulate your brain and you will expand your mind. The two are inextricably connected. We need to see the human brain and mind... Read More
Traditionally, we associate flowers, chocolates, Cupid and other Valentine’s Day sentiments of devotion with February. But there’s another reason to celebrate this “month of love.” It’s... Read More
We are all in this thing called life together, and what a ride we are on! In the middle of the madness and mayhem, the peaks... Read More
Cared-for, beautiful skin is truly an everyday endeavor. Cleansing, treatment and broad-spectrum SPF are steps you can’t skip, but did you know sheet masks are also... Read More
Mushrooms are in the spotlight in the worlds of nutrition, DIY, and even art. Learn more in this first article of a five-part series.
Editor's note: This... Read More
May 20, 2019 | AM & PM Essentials
We all want our cells to age well. It’s easy math: Healthy cells = longer life.
Dr. Vincent Giampapa,... Read More
Research suggests that thinking about the future—a process known as prospection—can help us lead more generous and fulfilled lives.
Mindfulness is all the rage these days, and for... Read More
This week we present good reasons to stock up on avocadoes, an intriguing link between depression and constipation, and people wigging out while meditating. Intrigued? Read... Read More
Depression is a leading cause of poor health, affecting an estimated 350 million people worldwide. In the U.S., nearly 7 percent of the population has had... Read More