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Do you get bouts of restless energy in the springtime? It turns out that spring fever is more than just a turn of phrase, and you can use yoga to harness all of that seasonal energy!
We had a remarkably good time this week, especially since our feature interview was with our favorite Green Reaper, Elizabeth Fournier, green funeral director and author of All Men Are Cremated Equal: My 77 Blind Dates. Seriously. You gotta love a woman who has a book with this title! She introduced us to a new eco-friendly way of […]
Knocking boots, the horizontal tango, shagging, smushing, bumping uglies, the nasty, nookie, or good ol’ fashioned getting laid. We have so many ways to say it but did you know that in addition to the fun, sex also has serious health benefits?
As if you needed another reason to do it.
Well in case you did, here are 5 ways sex and health go hand in hand.
Not too long ago, we shared a map that rated states based on residents’ reported happiness levels, and some new Gallup polling data is looking at happiness form another angle by examining optimism.
My thoughts, feelings, and experience with The Naked Face Challenge!
Amy Maclin writes that, “persistently dwelling on distressing situations from the recent or distant past (called rumination, as in that thing a cow does when it constantly rechews food) can be one of the most destructive mental habits. It’s closely linked to depression, and it can sap our confidence, our ability to solve problems, and our sense of control over our lives.” Here are six steps to finding your way out of over thinking.
I know, baths are a huge waste of water, and I’m not saying you should take a bath every day. From time to time, though, a salty soak is just the thing to melt away muscle soreness and anxiety. Treat yourself, right? But what are epsom salts, and how do you use them?
Brené Brown uncovers the power that we can find within ourselves if we are brave enough to quiet our fear of failure, and the inner critic that lies behind it. To do this, we must realize that our biggest critic lies within us – and its our own voice that, most often, is speaking the shame we can be free to leave behind.
The Naked Face Project-could you go 60 days without primping?
So how can we relieve stress without turning to a bottle or an expensive vacation? Luckily, there are natural stress relievers that can help calm you down, chill you out, and let you get on with your day.
How happy is your state? Check out the map and see!
Maya Angelou gives her thoughts on what the world would be like if one percent of the population became complaint free. How would it affect wars? How would it affect society? Most importantly, how would it change our individual lives?
Something I am discovering about myself every day: there is always time to learn how to embrace gratitude.
Could not fighting be ruining your close relationships? Martha Beck discusses how conflict in close relationships is not only inevitable, it’s essential. Intimacy connects people who are inevitably different – as the saying goes, if two people agree about everything, one of them is superfluous.
Thinking of changes, even tough ones, as opportunities restores my forward momentum to move through hard times and come away more together, balanced, and convicted in my journey. These inspirational quotes have given me hope, taught me sound lessons, and are often just what I need to reassure myself I have enough…
When we judge others’ foibles and personality traits, what does it really say about us? What can we do to identify and get rid of judgment in ourselves and in our lives?
Learn how to recognize and combat Seasonal Affective Disorder.
Our feature guest was Dr. Love aka Dr. Dan Wharton, Sr. VP of Conservation Science, Chicago Zoological Society. Dr. Love shares information about animal behavior and how it relates (or not) to human relationships. For instance, some animals mate for life but some stray, some are even homosexual.
Here are a few ideas to take into your day when life’s challenges have you flustered.