There’s no need to wait for special days to make a change or start something new; any day is a great time to reduce stress, make a new intention, or start towards a new goal. Life begins now.
When you feel stressed out or frustrated, relief can be as simple as taking a few minutes to quiet the mind through meditation. Through the process you’ll also inspire your spirit and rejuvenate your body, even more so than getting some deep sleep.
As natural and vital as breathing is, many of us don’t do it properly for ultimate health. Getting connected to our cores through deep breathing exercises brings a variety of health-boosting benefits.
Life throws us curveballs, but the ability to follow a military mantra lets us adapt, overcome and improvise, regardless of how challenging things seem.
To find the coveted work-life balance, it may simply be a matter of giving out value as a Creator, and being open to receiving value back as a Consumer.
I love the little sayings printed on the tea bag tags — kind of like the beverage version of fortune cookies. While brewing your tea, you might be told “The beauty of life is to experience yourself,” “Your greatness is not what you have, it’s what you give,” “When you know that all is light, you are enlightened,” or “Meditation is the medicine of the mind.”
It’s not just the talk of weather forecasters and naysayers. The weather, and the amount of light we see, really can affect our moods.
Do children bring happiness? Are people with children happier than those who are childless. Heather Vale Goss set out to explore the research, the myths, and the realities.
Many of us don’t get enough sleep, while others get too much. Spurred on by her family’s sleep patterns, Heather Vale Goss investigates how much sleep is enough for optimal health.
It’s often uncomfortable (even nail-biting!) to try new things, but getting out of the comfort zone and stretching your perception of what you can do is what leads to bigger and better things.