One Yoga Pose That Will Wake You Up Like A Cup of Coffee

My Body 7.3.2018

One cup of coffee in the morning isn’t so bad, or is it? A recent report claims drinking your coffee first thing in the morning actually reduces the boost you think you’re getting and leads you to build a tolerance, lowering its lasting power and probably causing you to drink more to get the same … Read More

3 Reasons Your Kids Should Learn to Meditate

My Mind 7.1.2018

  If your child is curious about your meditation practice, or has heard about meditation, try guiding them toward their own daily practice. It could help them evolve into responsible, productive and happy human beings. Meditation releases tension in the mind, according to a growing number of studies, and with a relaxed mind, we don’t … Read More

Dr. Jane Goodall

Interview 10.4.2017

Dr. Jane Goodall is the world-renowned and inspiring humanitarian, conservationist, scientist, and foremost authority on chimpanzees. She is best known for her landmark study on the behavior of wild chimpanzees at Gombe National Park in Tanzania, celebrating 55 years of continuing research this year. Born in London in 1934, Goodall was hired by renowned anthropologist … Read More

How to Change Your Life, One Habit at a Time

My Soul 8.7.2015

Rome wasn’t built in a day and the same goes for constructing a healthy and happy life.  Forming small, daily, positive habits can give us the most for our wellness efforts. Just as the Italian city was built brick by brick, health and wellbeing are built habit by habit, so give these a try!   … Read More

Deepak Chopra

Interview 13.3.2017

Deepak Chopra MD, FACP, founder of The Chopra Foundation and co-founder of The Chopra Center for Wellbeing is a world-renowned pioneer in integrative medicine and personal transformation, and is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and Metabolism. He is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and a member of the American Association of … Read More

6 Surprising Foods That Help You Fall In Love

My Body 5.2.2016

To help love bloom, skip the bar and the movie. Women like to be taken to dinner. A recent study found being fed before romance shifted the brain into a space that’s more attentive and responsive to romantic cues. Feeling satiated by food might mean women seek satiation in “other ways,” post-meal, suggested researchers. That … Read More

Top Teas for Soothing Anxiety

My Mind 15.5.2015

Overbooked and a little anxious? Tame your tension with tea. Eastern cultures have always consumed tea for health and wellness purposes and the West is catching on. Just the act of pouring a cup of hot tea is calming, as it cues you to slow down and savor the sip. Try these anxiety-fighting teas to … Read More

Top Health and Happiness Benefits of a Digital Detox Cleanse

My Soul 30.1.2015

A self-imposed digital detox cleanse can boost your health and create more happiness in your life. Research shows the average adult spends about 4.5 hours a day watching TV and uses a digital device (smartphone, tablet, computer) almost 6 hours a day – terrible for your health and wellbeing. However, new research suggests that turning … Read More

Christy Turlington Burns

Interview 4.5.2016

Christy Turlington Burns is a mother, social entrepreneur, model, and founder of the maternal health organization Every Mother Counts. Christy has been recognized as one of Time’s 100 Most Influential People and Glamour Magazine’s Woman of The Year. Having endured a childbirth complication herself, Christy was compelled to direct and produce the documentary “No Woman, … Read More

How to Reduce the Amount of Trash You Produce

My Body 11.1.2016

Bad news – we’re trashing our home, Earth. We’ve been dumping twice as much trash as was first estimated by the EPA.  This year was the hottest year on record, which makes it urgent to note our own contributions to climate change. What we throw away, how, and when, matters. It may seem like a … Read More

Sitting Can Drain Brain Power and Stifle Creativity

My Mind 11.5.2015

“Sitting is the new smoking,” according to Dr. James Levine, of the Mayo Clinic-Arizona State University Obesity Solutions Initiative. Levine is the author of, Get Up! Why Your Chair Is Killing You and What You Can Do About It, and the inventor of the treadmill desk. Levine believes that sitting is a bigger public health problem than smoking. Luckily, … Read More

3 Changes to Your Bedroom For Better Sleep, Love, & Health

My Soul 7.1.2015

One-third of your life can be spent in the bedroom, so it makes sense that this personal space can help or hinder your health greatly.  For increased wellness and wellbeing, try these three changes to make you better in the bedroom and beyond. Go Tech-Free for Better Sleep Lack of sleep is a bigger health … Read More