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

Pelvic Floor Exercises That Will Improve Your Sex Life

My Body 19.1.2017

  Do you know what the pelvic floor is? We are generally unaware of what it is exactly, what its function is and the vital role it plays in our sex lives. Luckily, it is easy to keep it in shape by just regularly exercising for a few minutes. If you have ever experienced discomfort … Read More

5 Rainy Day Activities to Create More Happiness In Your Life

My Body 9.11.2016

Spring is a magical time of year: the sun rises earlier in the morning and sets later in the evening. The days become slightly warmer, and flowers start to bloom. However, April showers (and those in May and June) make it challenging to do everything outdoors. Here are five rainy day activities that will create … Read More

Why You Deserve a Break, From Yourself

My Body 7.10.2016

Do you find that there is a critical voice in your head that follows you around all day and all night? It may pop up as you get out of bed (“Late again!”) or when you look in the mirror (“You look exhausted.”) Or maybe you notice it when you get to work. (“You never … Read More

Dr. Jane Goodall

Interview 10.3.2015

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

3 Stress Busting Yoga Poses for Your Commute

My Body 6.3.2015

Oh yes, the daily commute is right up there for ramping up stress – nobody loves the crush of people on a train or bumper-to-bumper traffic! However, according to critical research, daily commutes can cause health problems such as spiked and/or chronic high blood pressure, higher cholesterol, lower quality of sleep, back pain, and a … Read More

5 Ways to Do Good & Feel Good: Fast, Free, & From Your Desk

My Mind 6.2.2015

Compassion, in addition to making an incredible difference to those around you, is also one of the greatest secrets to health and happiness (as I described in this post). We know that helping others makes us feel good, but sometimes it feels like there just aren’t enough hours in the day to engage in any kind of altruism. There is so … 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

Rose-Marie Swift

My Body 24.9.2014

Rose-Marie Swift has been a make-up artist for over 20 years. Her product line is gorgeous, and it has gained her a cult-like following.  Her work has been featured in such publications as Vogue, W, Harper’s Bazaar, i-D, Allure, Marie Claire, Glamour, Interview, and Elle. Her make-up has appeared in ads for Diane von Furstenberg, … 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

The 4 Secrets to Increasing Your Team’s Productivity

My Mind 1.7.2015

All managers would like their teams to be more productive. Yet most companies are using the same old methods: strategic plans, goal-setting, streamlining operations, reducing inefficiency. Others are offering employee perks, such as on-site food, daycare, or gyms. Others are offering bigger bonuses or flexible schedules. Kim Cameron and his colleagues at the University of … Read More