The idea of taking workout and nutrition advice from an ex-NFL player may feel a bit intimidating. After all, I can’t imagine myself doing a tire run or getting slammed by someone twice my size—or someone of any size, for that matter. But healthy advice from someone who danced one hell of a tango and […]
Articles by Gretchen Stelter
Travel tips abound on the Internet, but unless you’ve never traveled or are just not a planner, you probably don’t need to be told, yet again, how to organize your outfits and that you should pack extra underwear. That being said, it never hurts to look at something from an entirely new perspective, which is […]
August is a month that either gets a lot of love or a lot of ire. It’s the last month of summer, which means some revel in its lazy days, while others see it as the inevitable end to fun, sun, and freedom. Whatever your stance, August is a great month to take a journey. […]
Most people these days don’t believe in magic elixirs. I mean, how crazy is it to expect a drink to do much, right? But it’s not really that crazy. After all, we often expect pills to help alleviate our pain and allergies, stop or even reverse hair loss, aid in calming our nerves and putting us to sleep, and much, much more, so why not a drink?
Have you ever thought of a friend, and suddenly the phone rings and it’s them? Have you ever gotten the impression that someone you know is pregnant and received news not long after that she is, in fact, expecting? If you can answer yes to either of these questions, there’s a good chance you are an empath.
As Friedrich Nietzsche said, and as is quoted in the mindfulness journal Do One Thing Every Day That Centers You, “A thought, even a possibility, can shatter us and transform us.” When we are trying to transform ourselves, sometimes it’s the simple things that can be the most helpful.
July is filled with some hilarious and quirky holidays, so we thought we’d celebrate some of our favorite July reads in conjunction with the holidays that complement them. Read on to find five new great reads for personal growth available in July.
LAT is becoming more prevalent in the United States, but it’s certainly not new. It’s a choice that appeals to those who want to maintain independence (socially and financially), family boundaries, and their own homes. It’s becoming a more common choice for older adults—who may have children and their own homes before the relationship begins—but younger people are also embracing it.
June—that first month we finally get to call summer—is named for the goddess Juno, the queen of the Roman gods and protector of women. It's also considered a time to celebrate light and consciousness, making it the perfect month to focus on strong, brilliant, out-of-the-box thinking women and the books they authored for self-improvement, self-acceptance, and perhaps a little self-indulgence. It just seems fitting to kick off this season celebrating writers, creators, and experts who are goddesses in their own right. Here are our top 5 wellness books for the month of June, and they are all penned by women (goddesses). Enjoy!
For yoga purists, there are plenty of classes out there to practice pranayama and asana. For everyone else, well, there are a lot of new choices out there. This summer, some older yoga fads are holding steady while some are popping up anew. So if you’re the type of person who can get on board with a remix, here’s what’s worth a second look, what’s worth dropping in on, and what you can probably skip.