In Defense of Self-Help: Get the 4 Methods That Actually Work

We forget that self-help means just that – that we have the inner ability to heal and help ourselves.

The term “self-help” today is often viewed through a negative lens — a lens of false promises made by clever marketers for instant happiness, wealth, transformation, or miracle cures. Seminars, workshops, books, DVDs, YouTube and audios that offer to fix our problems and change us from “who we are” into “who we want to be” […]

6 At-Home Exercises for Killer Legs

Work your lower half with these strength-building moves.

Welcome to our summer, outdoor fitness series. This month we’re featuring weekly exercises from THE BIG BOOK OF CYCLING FOR WOMEN by certified personal trainer, triathlete, and bestselling professional health and fitness author, Selene Yeager. No matter where you fall on the cycling spectrum, you know that great things happen when you toss your leg over a […]

How Women Can Take Back Their Power in Bed and Beyond

Author, educator and activist, Jaclyn Friedman shows women how to own their sexual agency in the age of fauxpowerment.

Are you dissatisfied with your sex life? Does the term “sexual empowerment” seem unrelatable to you? If you identify as a woman, the reasons might be entirely different than what you think. Author, educator and activist, Jaclyn Friedman likens it to the movie, The Matrix: “[Women have] got this little splinter in their minds telling them […]

4 Fitness Books That Will Leave You Sweaty, Fit and Feeling Great

I added a few workout routines from these 4 books to my fitness regimen and was blown away. Here's what happend.

A little over a month ago, I wrote about my journey from phoning it in on the elliptical to taking my fitness goals to the next level at home. One of the best things about designing your own workout plan is that it pushes you to be creative in order to keep things from getting […]

Exercise Your Way to Better Mental Health

Scott Douglas’s Running Is My Therapy shows how cardio can be an effective treatment in managing anxiety and depression.

I hate running. From my high school struggle to get through the mile in gym class to a recent 5K training fail (I have “malformed” knees, according to X-rays), running has never been my friend. For this reason, I was somewhat wary of Running is My Therapy, a book by Scott Douglas. As a therapist, […]

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Start even if you don’t know how.

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