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Advice & Self-Help | Psychology & Relationships

Profiles in (Everyday) Courage | Psychology Today

How to Stop Fear from Being the Boss of You: Small acts of everyday courage are the key to developing confidence

Psychology | Personality

These Thinking Patterns May Be Holding You Back from Success at Work

A psychologist suggests how to find the cognitive distortions dragging us down, and adjust our narratives accordingly.

Psychology | Psychology

6 Signs It’s Time to Seek Help for Your Anxiety | Psychology Today

If you feel symptoms of anxiety absent of any apparent reason, or everyday things make you anxious—leaving home, for example—it may be time to see a mental health professional.

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

Mindfulness Meditation Too Boring? Try Mindful Movement To Shed Stress, Anxiety - Study Finds

A study by researchers at Pennsylvania State University shows that practicing mindful movement can lower anxiety and stress.

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

Actionable Steps to Achieve Your Goals

We all need actionable steps...we like being told exactly how to do something and to be kept on track.  Unless you can afford a personal trainer, a life coach or your very own cheerleading squad...

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

Taking the Power Back from Anxiety (by Swamy G) -

It’s 8 am on a Monday morning. You are getting ready for work. You’ve got an important meeting, but you just don’t feel right. It’s anxiety; you know it and you hate it. You have been feeling anxious for a while now, and this week’s no different

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

I Wrote in a Gratitude Journal Every Night for 32 Days and Here’s What Happened

It can be difficult to wind down at night, but keeping a gratitude journal is a simple way to lower stress and help you feel more relaxed before bed.

Advice & Self-Help | advice and self help

14 Ways to Quiet Your Mind Explained With Pictures

Do you find it hard to shut down the chatter, clear your head, or find a sense of calm? These techniques could help. And they may have other benefits, too.

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

Feeling Stuck or Anxious? Change Your Story to Move Forward | Psychology Today

An exciting new line of research shows that creating psychological distance from negative memories or threatening future events can help you manage your emotional response.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

The Key To A Long, Healthy Life Lies Within The Gut, Study Finds - Study Finds

The world of life deep within our bellies may hold the key to many happy, healthy years ahead. Experiments on fruit flies showed increased lifespan after the addition of probiotics and an herbal supplement.

Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help

Stop worrying that you’ve missed your chance at success—Science says you probably haven’t

Am I lagging behind? Why have I not yet achieved “success”? A study published in the journal Nature suggests we don’t need to worry so much.

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

Take 10 Minutes to Defuse Holiday Stress with This Mindfulness Practice - Mindful

'Tis the season to give up the guilt. Here's a practice for taking a more mindful approach to the holidays.

Health & Fitness | Health News

5 Simple Steps to Pain Relief with Alpha-Stim - Alpha-Stim

The Alpha-Stim pain protocol involves 5 simple steps. Relief is long lasting and often immediate. Alpha-Stim is a drug free way to treat pain.

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

9 Ways To Not Be So Stressed & Overwhelmed - mindbodygreen

Dr. Samantha Brody, licensed naturopathic physician and author of upcoming book, Overcoming Overwhelm: Dismantling Stress From the Inside Out, shares nine ways we can combat stress and the secret behind why what we're programmed to do isn't working.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

11 Natural Remedies for Anxiety

Here are the 11 best natural remedies for anxieties, from walking meditation to CBD oil to herbal medicine, according to experts.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

the optimum exercise intensity, type and duration for boosting mood

By Christian Jarrett. Perhaps the most important lesson from this review is that we need more research into how different types and intensities of exercise affect our mood.

Advice & Self-Help | advice and self help

Slideshow: Exercises to Help Knee Pain in Pictures

Getting over a knee injury? WebMD shows you moves that can help make you stronger, so you're less likely to get re-injured.

Psychology | Personality

What Are Ego Blind Spots?

An essay encourages people to consider their “ego blind spots”: hidden drives and assumptions that prompt us to keep repeating destructive knee-jerk reactions and behaviors. Is it possible to find these blind spots and reconsider (or eliminate) them?

Health & Fitness | Sleep

5 Steps to Wind Down and Fall Asleep - Mindful

How to stop tossing and turning and get some quality shut-eye.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

7 Ways to Stop Feeling Lonely During the Holidays

The holidays often amplify feelings of loneliness and isolation, but three experts offer 7 tips that will help you to cope.

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

Stress-Free Holiday: Here's What to Do

Here's how to fill your life with gratitude and love, instead of stress. Trust us, it's even possible around the holidays.

Advice & Self-Help | advice and self help

Regular Exercise May Keep Your Body 30 Years ‘Younger’ - The New York Times

The muscles of older men and women who have exercised for decades are indistinguishable in many ways from those of healthy 25-year-olds.

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

When Should I Meditate and When Should I Relax - Mindful

Meditation isn’t a vacation from everyday life—it can be an intensive course in exploring your inner landscape. If you need rest, Editor-in-Chief Barry Boyce says meditation may not be the best way to manage your mind.

Psychology | Personality

5 Ways to Stop Yourself From Jumping to Conclusions | Psychology Today

Coming to a conclusion before you have all the facts is a common problem that can hurt yourself and your relationships. Follow these steps to slow yourself down.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

How to Find the Motivation to Work Out When You’re Depressed

Working out can be especially difficult when you’re depressed, even though the brain benefits are powerful. An expert explains how to harness the latest research and get motivated.

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

How I Learned That You Have the Power to Change Your Own Life

There were moments when it was easier to walk away, but I learned that change happens when you decide to keep going.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Study: Taking The Scenic Route To Work Every Day Improves Mental Health - Study Finds

Taking the scenic route to work every day may do wonders for your mood at the office. That's because a new study finds that people whose commutes to work take them through wooded areas, parks, or other natural settings are more likely to demonstrate stron

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Eat Leafy Greens To Stop Development Of Macular Degeneration - Study Finds

A new study conducted by Australian researchers finds that eating more leafy greens -- such as lettuce, spinach, or kale -- may help prevent macular degeneration, a condition that causes loss in the center of the field of vision.

Psychology | Personality

Desiring to alter personality not enough unless you take concrete action to change –

By Christian Jarrett. Active behavioural change is required to achieve shifts in personality.

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

Hug It Out: Study Shows Hugs Really Do Make Us Happier, Especially On Hard Days - Study Finds

In a spat with a loved one and can't reach a resolution? Hug it out. A new study finds that hugs shield us from the harmful effects of a soured mood that come from arguments and conflicts with others. 

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

Go ahead, talk to yourself. It's normal —and good for you.

Talking to yourself isn’t just normal, it’s good for your mental health — if you have the right conversations.

Psychology | Personality

12 signs of a depression relapse

After experiencing one period of depression, many people experience a relapse. This can happen either before recovery is complete, or some time later, as a separate episode. Learn more about the early signs of relapses and recurrence and possible trigger

Health & Fitness | Sleep

Struggling in the Dark - Mindful

Lots of research tells us what the best habits are around sleep, but if we are trying too hard day and night, rest may not come easily.

Health & Fitness | Sleep

Sleep Trackers May Actually Make Your Sleep Worse, Study Finds

A new study finds that wearable sleep trackers, such as ones found in some smart watches, might actually make your sleep worse.

Health & Fitness | Sleep

'World's Largest Sleep Study' Finds 7 To 8 Hours A Night Is Best For Our Brain - Study Finds

Researchers behind what's touted as the "world's largest sleep study" say sleeping for seven to eight hours a night -- no more, no less -- will put you at the top of your game the following day.

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

The Remarkable Brains of Long-Term Meditators - Mindful

Researchers suggest that people with an advanced meditation practice might operate at a different level of awareness — and it shows in their brainwaves.

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

Doctors in Shetland can now prescribe a walk in nature

Since October 5, doctors in Shetland, Scotland have been authorized to prescribe nature to their patients. It's thought to be the first program of its kind in the U.K., and seeks to reduce blood pressure, anxiety, and increase happiness for those with

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

How Tuning Into Your Body Can Make You More Resilient - Mindful

By balancing our physiology and nervous systems, body-based practices can help us through hard times.

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

10 Mindful Attitudes That Decrease Anxiety - Mindful

By exerting more conscious control over our behaviors and attitudes, we learn to work with our intention, wise effort, and capacity to be kind to ourselves.

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

Using Mindfulness to Treat Depression - Mindful

Daniel Goleman explains how Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy gives people the tools to recognize and talk back to negative thoughts.

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

Compelling Speakers Do These 4 Things Every Single Time | Thrive Global

Leaders from Abraham Lincoln to Barack Obama shared these easy-to-adopt habits that made them masterful orators.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Be the Architect of Your Time | Thrive Global

Is there anything more fundamentally important today than how we design our time?

Advice & Self-Help | Advice

Psychologists Reveal The Easiest Hacks For Overthinkers To Try When They're Spiraling

Overthinking is the type of thing you don't realize you're doing until it's already succeeded in making you feel horrible. Whether it's some nightmarish, worst-case scenario you've imagined for the future, or a spiral about a text exchange with your…

Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help

Gwyneth Paltrow's latest profile reveals the wellness industry's utter quackery

It’s not surprising to see Goop’s anti-science, anti-fact garbage exposed for what it is – and all the signs were there for Elle Macpherson’s hook-up with discredited doctor Andrew Wakefield, too

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The Best Ways to Pivot When You're Feeling Overwhelmed

'Delete, delegate, delay and do' is a time-management technique you're likely to find helpful.

Advice & Self-Help | advice and self help

Exercise Pictures: Working Out When You're Over 50

As you get older, you'll have new things to consider about exercise. Find out what you need, why it helps, and activities well-suited for your workouts.

Advice & Self-Help | advice and self help

Odor Surprises: Veggies, Alcohol, and Other Things That Can Make You Stinky

You might be surprised at the things that can make you smell. Find out what they are with WebMD.

Advice & Self-Help | advice and self help

Common survival myths and facts - Business Insider

Play dead if a bear starts nosing around. Use moss on trees to find "north." Heard these tips? Careful —they're not always true.

Advice & Self-Help | Health & Fitness

Panic Attack vs. Heart Attack: How to Tell the Difference

There are a few easy, helpful ways to distinguish between the two. Here, an expert explains how to spot the difference.

Advice & Self-Help | Addiction & Recovery

My First Refuge Recovery Meeting | The Recovery Village

The Refuge Recovery program does not ask anyone to believe anything—only to trust the process and do the hard work of recovery.

Advice & Self-Help | Psychology & Relationships

Positive Self-Talk: 7 Things Mentally Healthy People Tell Themselves

The messages we give to ourselves every day have enormous power. Anything that is repeated and repeated and repeated can become "truth" -- even when it isn't. Any coach will tell you that practice doesn't necessarily make perfect but it certainl

Advice & Self-Help | Psychology & Relationships

Rewiring Your Avoidant, Anxious, or Fearful Attachment Style

Sometimes it's less about figuring things out and more about practicing behaviors that will help rewire your emotional system and give you the freedom to change.

Advice & Self-Help | Advice

Here are 300 free Ivy League university courses you can take online right now — Quartz

The eight Ivy League schools are among the most prestigious colleges in the world. They include Brown, Harvard, Cornell, Princeton, Dartmouth, Yale, and Columbia universities, and the University of Pennsylvania. All eight schools place in the top fifteen

Health & Fitness | Health

Five breathing techniques that will help you to fight stress.

In order to meaningfully reduce stress, we need to tap into a state of true relaxation. We can do that with some breathing techniques

Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help

10 Strategies For Responding Effectively To Criticism | Cultivating Contentment & Happiness

It's generally not fun to be at the receiving end of criticism. Also, there's no doubt that some criticism is mean-spirited, hostile, and not really meant to be helpful. However, often we can learn a lot from constructive criticism. The challenge is to re

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Why You Need an Untouchable Day Every Week

I hate meetings. They sit subconsciously in my brain, taking up space. I prepare for them in my notebooks. I travel to them, and then back again, in the middle of my work days. And what do most meetings usually result in? You guessed it — more meetings.

Family & Parenting | Kids

How to Help Your Kids Overcome Anxiety

Whether your kid is scared of monsters or fearful of going to preschool, here's how to help your kid overcome his/her anxieties and fears.

Psychology | Psychology

7 Simple Ways to Break a Sugar Addiction

Is sugar your vice? Are you ready to start kicking this habit for good? If sugar is ruling your diet, then these tips will help you gain control over your food

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12 Simple Phrases That Are Guaranteed to Make People Like You More

A dozen simple, easy-to-remember phrases, and they'll almost always make other people react positively to you.

Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help

Advice for Shy People at Holiday Parties

A survival guide for shy people at their holiday work parties. Why you should visit the venue beforehand, act like a journalist and make sure to dress up.

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5 Strategies to Make Yourself Work When You're Just Not in the Mood

Fighting procrastination teaches us to fully engage in our work, get more creative with it, and, ultimately, get more done.

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These are the 3 foods you should eat for a better sleep, according to a nutritionist

Milk, brazil nuts, and — surprisingly — carbs are the key to a good night's sleep, according to Dr Lisa Gatenby.

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This Is the Most Effective Treatment for Insomnia That No One Is Talking About - Vogue

A cure for insomnia exists, and it has nothing to do with cooling eye masks, body creams, or sleeping pills.

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8 Simple Tips for Getting Better Sleep (and Making Every Day Better)

Learning about how to master the art of sleep has changed my life for the better -- here's how it can change yours.

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How the First 20 Minutes of Your Day Can Set You Up for Success

Engage a positive routine right after waking, and you'll tap into the power of your subconscious brain.

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5 Tips for Becoming A Morning Person

Even the most dedicated night owls can train themselves to become early risers.

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Best and Worst Self-Help Tips

The best from my 8 books and 3,000-plus articles. Plus: Some baddies.

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Five Techniques for Maintaining a Positive Mindset

Disappointments are a part of life. Here are five tips for staying positive when things don't go our way.

Advice & Self-Help | Advice

12 Ways to Reduce Stress in Under 5 Minutes

Breathe in, breathe out. If that doesn't help, try these other options.

Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help

Dr. Eleanor’s Reflections | Beyond Human Design - Learn how to transform your life with author Eleanor hapel-Portner, PhD, as she simplifies the concepts of astrology, human design, kabbalah, chakras, I-ching, consciousness using therapy, coaching, los angeles

Beyond Human Design - Learn how to transform your life with author Eleanor hapel-Portner, PhD, as she simplifies the concepts of astrology, human design, kabbalah, chakras, I-ching, consciousness using therapy, coaching, los angeles

Advice & Self-Help | Advice

8 Bad Habits That Destroy Your Creativity | Inc.com

To live a creative life, you must be able to destroy your habits that are killing your creativity.

Advice & Self-Help | Helpful Advice

How To Overcome Self-Sabotage

When I was in high school, I loved being on stage. I mostly performed in musicals. While I loved the spotlight there was always a part of me that was jud...

Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help!

Networking for Introverts - 7 Simple Steps

You’ve heard it before: it’s not what you know, but whom you know. But...you hate networking. That’s ok, a lot of people do. And networking for introverts is even more challenging.

Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help

7 Signs You Spend Too Much Time Together

Have you ever stopped and thought that maybe you are spending too much time with your boyfriend, and that it might be negatively affecting your relationship? It might sound crazy, especially if you…

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Study Reveals That Doing [Blank] In Your Profile Pics Will Lead to More Dates

Live, laugh, love. That’s the age-old phrase you’ve probably seen on pictures and wall decorations in various dining and living rooms of your friends and relative’s homes. Indeed,…

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Study: Engaging With Social Media Can Drain Your Brain

Each decision to retweet or not saps cognitive energy, and it adds up quickly.

Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help

Tom Brokaw On How To Talk To Anyone

With over 50 years in journalism and scores of interviews under his belt, Tom Brokaw knows how to start a conversation with anyone.

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Science: Fake Sleep Is Almost as Good as the Real Thing

How you think about a bad night's sleep has a big impact on your performance, research shows.

Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help

There Are 5 Better Ways to Eat, and You Can Start Today

Close your eyes, inhale deeply, and let your senses take over.

Health & Fitness | Health News & Tips

30 Small Changes to Make You Feel Better About Life: In the Magazine: allure.com

Real talk: You want to be happier, but you don't want to do anything dramatic, like working out twice a day or making five new friends. Instead, we culled 30 realistic life hacks that'll have you smiling in no time.

Advice & Self-Help | Advice

Finding the Right Antidepressant - Depression Medication Trial and Error

I've been on and off so many prescription depression medications: Effexor, Klonopin, Prozac.

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Want to Be Smarter? Science Says Do This

If you've tried eating walnuts or working crossword puzzles to get smarter, think again.

Advice & Self-Help | Relationships

How to Get People to Like You (Heck, Even Love You)

We all care about what others think of us and want to be liked (despite what rebellious 15-year-old you might have said). The basics of getting people ...

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Three Things You Can Do to Get Out of Your Emotional Funk

The hardest time in my life was 2008/2009 when I was going through my divorce and best friend’s suicide. I did three things that helped me:

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How to Transform Social Anxiety With One Simple Question

Have you ever done this? You're at the grocery store, holding two boxes of cereal reading the nutrition information, trying to decide which one to buy. U...

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Psychologists Reveal One Of The Best Ways To Boost Your Mood

When we’re having a rough day, many of us tend to treat ourselves to some form of retail therapy, a favorite dessert or going out with friends in hopes of feeling better.

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19 Truths That Are All Too Real If You're An Introvert

It can be a challenge to have a complex inner life. Introverts are often mistaken as unfriendly or shy when in reality they just prefer reflection and solitude. What’s so wrong with a little silence and alone time? (Answer: Nothing).

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10 Great Things That Happen When You Set Boundaries

A life without limits means rarely saying “no” and considering everyone else’s feelings before your own. Not only are these people-pleasing habits wholly exhausting, they put you on the direct road to burnout, a major health hazard in its own right. They disregard how much work or effort you can handle on a regular basis.

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All the Reasons Complaining Is Bad for You

Whether you have a student debt load that’s higher than your salary, a roommate who never does the dishes, a smartphone that’s two generations old, or all of the above, you probably have endless things to complain about. Hey, no one said adulthood was dreamy. But rather than giving you catharsis, regularly airing your grievances might negatively impact your health.

Advice & Self-Help | Helpful Advice

6 Ways to Stop Overthinking Everything

Whether they beat themselves up over a mistake they made yesterday or fret about how they're going to succeed tomorrow, overthinkers are plagued by distressing thoughts--and their inability to get out of their own heads leaves them in a state of constant anguish.

News | Interesting Stories

Astronaut Chris Hadfield Explains The Power of Negative Thinking

The Canadian is the best-known astronaut since Neil Armstrong. He explains how failings can motivate.

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7 Things Happy Couples Do Differently

There’s no exact formula for a great relationship. In fact, all relationships are made of two people from different backgrounds and experiences, who are doing their best to make it work.

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How to Stress Less and Achieve More

Let's be honest. Work is not always easy. Whether you're employed or your own boss, you got pressure to deliver. Today, that usually means higher demands, in less time, and with more distractions....

Health & Fitness | Fitness!

12 Weight Loss Tips That Have Nothing To Do With Giving Up Food

If you're trying to hit weight loss goals in the new year, you may have decided all those tantalizing office snacks and dinners out are off the table. But luckily, losing weight doesn't have to require giving up your favorite foods. Often, just a slight tweak to your environment or behavior, rather than changing the actual menu, is all it takes.

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The 20 Must-Read Fitness, Health, and Happiness Books of 2014 | Greatist

We found these titles released in the last year inspirational, profound, informative, and straight-up fun!

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5 Qualities That Tell You a Therapist Is Effective

2. They see you as a partner, not just a patient.

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9 Ways To Be Good To Yourself -- Starting Today

Many of us go through life receiving negative messages from parents, so-called 'friends,' partners, or even the media, telling us that we're not whole unless we buy what they're selling. When we accept these messages, we become focused on our own imperfec

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11 Scientific Ways to Make an Excellent First Impression

It’s very difficult to bounce back from a bad first impression—but that doesn’t mean you need to fear meeting new people. Tackle first-time interactions with confidence with these 11 empirically proven strategies for making a lasting positive impression.

Advice & Self-Help | Advice

4 Timeless Ways to Boost Your Intelligence

Although intelligence means something different to everyone, psychologists and scientists have tried to pin it down to just our IQ, as if a number can be representative of our entire mind.

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The latest Tweets from Beyond Human Design (@ByndHumanDesign):

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Erasing the Negative Narrative Through Mindfulness Practice

The thing about mindfulness practice is that is not magic, or mysterious, or mystical; it is practical and applicable and easy; a ready tool for a more peaceful interior life and it only takes a few minutes a day.

Health & Fitness | Health Articles

To Lower Cholesterol, Try a Foray Into the Mediterranean Diet

Even when taking a cholesterol-lowering drug, healthy eating, such as the Mediterranean diet, and exercise are needed to maximize benefits, experts say.

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Chronic Procrastination – How To Cure it and Get on With Your Life!

To stop postponing important decisions and start living now you should left behind procrastination. I'll show you how.

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Tips For Turning Off The Chaos At Home | Houzz

What do urban gardens, the home canning craze, the resurgence of vinyl records and the renewed popularity of old-timey crafts have in common? They're all ways of addressing the same issue: rushed modern life.

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How to Build Resilience Every Day | meQuilibrium

Here are three ways to make resilience a practice in your life right now -- and reap the benefits of being able to ride out any storm (or surf through it).

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The Step-By-Step Guide for Turning Your Mundane Life Into One Full of Happy Moments

Here are my tips on what YOU could do to create your happy moments... (And I promise, there is no need to go to the other end of the world for that, you can as easily re-create the same experience at home.)

Advice & Self-Help | Advice

7 Steps to Stress-Free Sunday Nights | Inc.com

Rather than lying in bed anxious about Monday morning follow these steps get some sleep and wake refreshed and ready to fearlessly face your work week.

Advice & Self-Help | Advice

60 Useful Thoughts To Help You Live In The Moment | Inc.com

Sometimes it is very difficult to stop all the distractions. Here are some useful ideas that can help you be fully present.