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9 Ways to Get Your Best Sleep Ever

Restful sleep is the all-important magic pill we all need. After years of sleeplessness, I finally decided to try to figure this out. Here are the 9 most important tips I learned. Try Sleeping Naked: I don't know about you, but this did wonders for me. Show More Summary

Speaking Freely of Guns

I am about to speak freely of guns, because I can. When I do, many of you will no doubt be inclined to mutter "amen," quietly to yourselves. Others of you will no doubt feel compelled to throw up all over me, as you have done under similar circumstances before. Show More Summary

10 Ways to Make Your Choices Easier

Sometimes it seems like we spend the entire day making choices. Get up or hit snooze? Dress or pants? Hair up or down? Pack lunch or eat out? Chicken or fish? And those are the easy ones. Break up or stay together? Start a new business or keep the job? Move to a new town... Show More Summary

How do I Start Lucid Dreaming?

Many of the questions I get about Lucid Dreaming come from complete beginners to the subject, and by far the most popular is, simply: "How do I do it?" In my experience, there is a five step process to becoming an intentional lucid dreamer. Show More Summary

Why the Best Mental Health Day Is a Vacation

By Loes Daniels, Founder, It's easy to spot the deep tan that marks someone recently returned from vacation. But the most important and long-lasting effect of travel may be one of the least visible. Books like Eat, Pray,...Show More Summary

Walking With a Lifesaving Purpose

by Brandi Aubrey, American Heart Association Puget Sound Volunteer Two months later, on Christmas Eve, I had a stroke. Just a few weeks later, my father collapsed in front of me. His heart had stopped after the common flu attacked his heart. Show More Summary

8 Ways Introverted Artists Who Listen Too Much Can Recharge Their Creative Energy Stores (Before Snapping)

Extroverts get fueled being around other people. Introverts get drained being around others and need to unplug to recharge. No, we're not just wallflowers or antisocial jerks afraid of being around others. Even the most outgoing introverts can move from well-meaning participators to angry and exhausted if we're not careful. Show More Summary

How to Overcome Fear of Commitment

We all have friends who do not seem to stick to one partner on the pretense that the partner is not good enough for them. Gamophobia or fear of commitment is a very real thing. In fact, this fear is not only real but can have devastating consequences for all parties that are emotionally involved. Show More Summary

6 Vital Steps to Change Your Career

Steve Job once said: "Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life." While you are not your job, roles or titles -- you are the soul underneath them - finding a livelihood that lights you up can improve your daily...Show More Summary

5 Super-Simple Hacks to Never Run Out of Good Ideas Again

This article was originally published on Addicted2Success. Have you ever felt stuck when coming up with an idea? Maybe you need a business idea, or an article idea, or an idea to help you solve a problem. And you feel like your idea well has run dry. If this sounds familiar, you're not alone, and it feels like dangerous territory. Show More Summary

Failure: The New Success

There are two kinds of people in this world: those who fail and those who succeed. I'm a failure. I can fail at anything that's put in front of me. It isn't a conscious decision. Failure is what I was born to do. I've failed at jobs, relationships, conformity. Show More Summary

5 Fun Ways To Fall In Love With Your Everyday Life

By Dr. Kate Siner If you're like most people, you think happiness is a destination -- and that, of course, YOU have a one-way ticket there. You might also believe that happiness comes with having everything you want. But, thinking this...Show More Summary

Study Says THIS Is The Age Where We Finally Feel Like Adults

By Christine Schoenwald When asked how we stayed so young, most people would say "immaturity." When I was younger, it wasn't that I had some secret for not aging; I just didn't act like a responsible adult, so I had the illusion of youth. Show More Summary

When You Don't Recognize Yourself

On a recent trip to France, my husband and I walked along a tiny and adorable bridge in the thousand-year-old town of l'Isle Adam, situated 20 miles north of Paris. Upon stopping to look down at the sun-dappled waterway beneath us, I...Show More Summary

#InvisibleIllnessWeek Is Over -- What Happens Now?

Social media has been taken over by #InvisibleIllnessWeek. Almost everyone has seen a tweet there or a status update here referring to it, and as awesome as it has been in generating interest in a topic that doesn't often surface inShow More Summary

Gluten-Free Game Changer: The Nima Sensor

Does the experience below sound familiar to you? If it does, your life is about to change in a big way. Scenario: You have celiac disease (or another disease/medical condition that requires you to be gluten-free). Your friends invite you out to dinner, something that always induces some anxiety for you, but the establishment has a gluten free-menu. Show More Summary

A Simple Solution to Help Heal Plantar Fasciitis

By: Pete Egoscue Fascia are connective tissue, and they are found throughout our bodies at various subcutaneous levels. The knee bone is connected to the thigh bone, and on and on, and that song ought to be titled "Ode to Fascia." Plantar...Show More Summary

Stuck? Get Unstuck With These Powerful Questions

As a coach I know that one of the most persistent problem areas for clients is being Stuck. It's like having your car tires on a very muddy road and the harder you try to get out the deeper the car sinks. It happens to all of us, often...Show More Summary

These Women Defy The Stereotype That Yogis Only Come in One Shape and Size

Yoga is touted as being for everyone, but in my humble opinion as a teacher, we still have some major work to do on our image. Funny enough, the active yoga that we know today was originally created for young Indian men (no women allowed) as a form of calisthenics and way to burn off mischievous/pubescent energy. Show More Summary

Honoring Hispanic Roots

Hispanic Heritage Month is all about honoring the historical roots of many Americans and significant periods of history, but it is also an opportunity to combine healthy habits with the best of our culture. To celebrate, choose your favorite music and associated dance from your cultural heritage, grab your partner and dance every day. Show More Summary

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