by Sam Langley: This morning I’ve awoken with a desire to write. My Tai Chi practice can wait for an hour…
by Gretchen Reynolds: Hurrying through chores and moving with gusto just a few times a day is linked to a 40 percent lower risk of premature death in adults.
by Crystal Raypole: Some simple activities like exercising, cooking, and listening to music can help boost the production of your feel-good hormones.
by Stephanie Watson: Oxytocin can help us bond with loved ones and can be released through touch, music and exercise.
by Mark Stibich, PhD: You might already be familiar with Blue Zones: five specific places in the world where people are living considerably longer, healthier and happier lives.
by Donna Quesada: Your breath is what connects you to the present moment…
by Dr. Bohdanna “Billie” Zazulak: I was mountain biking on the majestic fjords of Norway, during the time of the midnight sun.
by Leo Babauta: Like many people, I tend to overeat during the holidays, from Thanksgiving through New Year’s.
There are so many things that could be contributing to fatigue and lack of energy each day.
by Jolia Sidona Allen:The science is in: if you want to live better, longer, and ward off disease down the road,