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9 Ways To Save Serious Money On Beauty Products

Taking care of yourself is crucial, but no one ever said it was cheap. When it comes to self-care and cosmetics, it's especially true if you're trying...

Allie White
November 19 2015
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5 Reasons To Give In To The Adult Coloring Book Trend

The adult coloring book craze is an international phenomenon sweeping the front tables of bookstores everywhere. Wonder what all the fuss is about?...

October 15 2015
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10 Tips To Find Zen In The Chaos Of Everyday Life

Zen — and finding it — simply means slowing down.

Pat Bailey
September 17 2015

7 Simple Hacks To Improve Your Sleep Tonight

Does it take you longer than normal to fall asleep? Are you easily awoken in the night? Do you have trouble falling back to sleep once you are awoken,...

Light Watkins
August 13 2015

Have Your Most Relaxing Savasana Ever With These Tips

Editor's Note: Yapana is a Sanskrit word meaning “the support and extension of life.” This concept inspired the author to create a similar approach to...

Leeann Carey
August 4 2015

5 Things Everyone Should Know Before Trying Hypnotherapy

What if I told you that you already go into hypnosis several times a day — would you believe me?

Theresa Walker
July 27 2015

Transform Your Mood In 2 Minutes With This Simple Breathing Practice

The Three Part Breath (Deergha Swasam), is a wonderful tool that you can add to your ever-expanding repertoire of mindfulness techniques. Use it to...

Jackie Kinealy
July 25 2015

A Doctor's Top 5 Ways To Relax Naturally

Five easy and effective methods to raise energy, decreased fear, and lifted the clouds that have closed us in.

James S. Gordon, M.D.
July 23 2015

How To Get The Most Out Of Your Vacation (Even If You Aren’t Traveling)

Whether you have the opportunity to travel near or far this summer, or are just looking to let go in the comfort of your own home, here are some tips...

Courtney Sunday
July 17 2015

A Quick Breathing Exercise To Tune Out Stress At Work

Work will always be a source of stress. It's unavoidable. The trick, then, is finding ways to deal with it so that it doesn't overwhelm you and turn...

Anthony Schneck
June 30 2015

A Simple Breathing Practice To Reset Your Emotional State

You've probably experienced those moments when you feel out of whack, like your emotions are controlling you rather than the other way around. Even if...

Anthony Schneck
June 28 2015

How To Make Every Day Feel Like You're On A Yoga Retreat

At the end of any good workshop or yoga retreat, the most common question asked is: "How do I carry this feeling back to reality?"

Eric Paskel
June 4 2015

5 Tips To Create An Evening Routine For Great Sleep

The quality of your sleep has an enormous impact on well-being (both physically and psychologically), and is partly affected by your bedtime routine.

Paula Watkins, PhD
June 1 2015

DIY Foot Reflexology: 7 Pressure Points To Relieve Seasonal Allergies

Has spring greeted you with sniffling, sneezing, congestion and runny, itchy eyes, nose and throat? Experts say that this allergy season is more...

My Daily Routine: Coffee, Joy, Sweatpants & More

The biggest lesson I’ve learned when it comes to my daily routine is that being present for whatever's happening is the most valuable, fun and magical...

Tara Stiles
May 14 2015

9 Extraordinarily Simple Ways To Get Healthy & Happy

Warm weather is here and it’s a great time to get back out in nature and get nurtured. Here are nine easy ways to get started.

Eva Selhub, M.D.
May 8 2015

A Simple Breathing Exercise To Give You More Energy

If I told you all you have to do to make a major difference in your health was to breathe differently, would you do it?

Michael Rothermel
May 8 2015

3 Simple Meditation Techniques (Pick One & Stick With It)

Ever wonder what you are supposed to be doing in meditation, or if you're even doing it correctly?

Light Watkins
May 7 2015

Why You Should Practice Breathing Through Your Nose (And Not Your Mouth)

We all remember Mom telling us to chew our food slowly. Why? Because it promotes proper digestion by allowing the digestive enzymes in the saliva to...

Reid Winick, DDS
May 6 2015

How To Negotiate Crowds When You're A Highly Sensitive Person

Being in crowded places, like restaurants, shops or public transport, can be challenging when you're highly sensitive.