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The Art of Loving Yourself

When you woke up this morning, what was the first thing you did? Kiss your love hello? Wake your sleeping beauties? Hit the snooze button? Or did you check your social media accounts? If you'd asked me this question just five monthsShow More Summary

50 Tips to Build Great Relationships

If your office or home is on fire, get people to safety, grab all cash and take your database (if it's on the Cloud...good). Your personal and professional databases are your most prized possessions. Within these databases are your relationships. Create,...Show More Summary

6 Practical Ways to Cope With a Stressful Situation

Life throws us curve balls. Some of them we see coming, while others either seem to sneak-up or completely blindside us. However the pressure comes on, sometimes life puts us in situations where we just have to dig deep and handle it. Like...Show More Summary

Your Infertility Does Not Define You

Sometimes, there simply isn't a reason. Sometimes, no amount of doctor's appointments, or Internet searches, or well-meaning advice, or prayers, or pineapple cores (yeah, that's a thing), or stress-reducing techniques, or dietary supplements,...Show More Summary

Continuing the Journey to Becoming Pain Free

By: Pete Egoscue Watch episode three of the new video series "Becoming Pain Free," to follow one man's journey in eliminating chronic pain naturally with the help of the Egoscue Method. Severe or chronic pain affects nearly 50 million...Show More Summary

I Never Experienced Parenthood Until I Became My Mother's Caretaker

"Who's Your Mama?" By the time I was 20, I was sure having children wasn't for me. It was a conscious decision, but to fully understand the reason why, not so simple. To this day, I cannot fully answer why my desire was to live my life childless. Show More Summary

5 Signs That You Might Have Sleep Apnea

More than just a nuisance during the day, poor sleep can be severely detrimental to your health. Sleeping well helps you look, feel and perform your best, and when you don't get enough quality sleep, you are putting yourself at risk....Show More Summary

My Marriage Doesn't Make Me Happy

Happiness comes from within? Over the course of my adult life, I have read this statement more times than I can count. Coffee mugs, magnets, bumper stickers, all emblazoned with these few words that I was never fully able to comprehend. Show More Summary

Why to List Diabetes Management on Your Resume

Managing diabetes is a skill. It takes practice, focus, patience, and time to improve. But, as much as you will improve, chances are that you will never be perfect. There are simply too many variables such as pump site failures, not rapid enough insulin, and misleading food labels that are working against you. Show More Summary

Lessons We Learned From American Idol and David Cook

A few weeks ago, we watched the finale of the 15th and final American Idol show. For many of us it was a nostalgic two hours filled with amazing contestants from all seasons. Rising from its humble beginnings, the show became one ofShow More Summary

Crate to 5K: How to Run With Your Dog

After years and years of saying that I can't run due to bad knees, I decided to slowly start running using the Couch to 5K plan. I'm currently on week 2 and I can say that while it's hard, I love that I'm pushing myself to do it. At the same time, I thought this would be a good time to kind of teach my Doxador, Gatsby, how to run. Show More Summary

4 Things That Comedy Improv Taught Me About Being a Wellness Entrepreneur

For the past four months, I have been spending my Tuesday evenings making a total fool of myself in comedy Improv classes. I enrolled at Just the Funny in Miami to add some 'funny' to my life and take a break from working so much. See,...Show More Summary

The Power of One Pound

Weight-A-Minute: Being a happier, healthier, more successful person is not what you do; it's who you are. -- Margaret Marshall How many times a day do you weigh yourself, and why? There are those individuals who never weigh themselves because they can't deal with the reality of how much they weigh and would rather live in denial. Show More Summary

Alive and Awake: 6 Mantras for Living the Dream

"Our truest life is when we are in dreams awake." Henry David Thoreau Walking on the beach in Costa Rica, surfboard in hand, after dropping my four kids at surf camp in a state of pure bliss, I feel so fully alive, giddy like a little kid coming out to play on a Saturday morning. Show More Summary

3 Expert Tips On How to Improve Your Mood With Food

Photo: Unsplash/Keran Look Loy By Erin Magner for Well+Good By now, we all know the rules of good gut health: eat lots of fiber and fermented foods, along with plenty of other prebiotics and probiotics. But did you know that a healthy...Show More Summary

A Nutritionist's Guide to Stocking a Healthy Kitchen

It's no secret that preparing our own meals makes it easier to stick to a healthy-eating plan. You know the ingredients going into your food, and there's no sneaky extra sodium, sugar or calorie bombs hiding in home-cooked meals. That...Show More Summary

Three Indulgences That May Be Healthy... or Not

I first enjoyed wine in Paris on a summer abroad, under the guidance of a new friend from Portugal. Our only shared language was French - and the glass of Pouilly Fuisse we'd pour while people-watching on a lazy evening. Today, my evenings...Show More Summary

Tips for Shutting Down Diet Talk

I was recently talking to a friend who was discussing her frustration with listening to another friend talk about being on a "master cleanse." "Is it rude if I tell her that I don't want to hear about her diet?" my friend asked me. My...Show More Summary

PBS Series Offers Hope for People With Mental Illness

The growing online documentary film library will take a major step forward, thanks to PBS and The Mental Health Channel. A 12-part series called Stories of the Mind will begin airing in April and May, commencing with four half-hour shows on depression, veterans, "The Critical Years" (late adolescence and early adulthood), and paths to wellness. Show More Summary

Am I Worthy of Recovery?

The author on a recent trip to Turks and Caicos I don't think it's unusual to walk through life and continuously wonder, "Why me?" Growing up I always felt like I had a perpetual black cloud over my head. I was a glutton for punishment and when bad things happened, I would feel unsurprised because my 'unlucky streak' always continued. Show More Summary

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