Here are three things to consider when choosing your word for 2019.
Here are a few easy intention-based practices to help you start each and every day of the year.
A new year means new opportunities! It’s time to cleanse, renew, and bring in more of what you truly want.
. From money mindset to new habits and evolved human thinking, these tools will get you into gear for living your best life.
With a little bit of planning, you can keep your New Year’s resolution this year. Here’s how.
Nonstop activity can leave us feeling a bit empty and disconnected, taking us away from the moments in life that truly matter and far away from the ones that truly nourish the mind, body, and spirit.
Here are a few Ayurvedic and yogic-inspired daily practices that I have found enlightening, balancing, and overall really beneficial.
Here are five essential games to play that will expand your child’s self awareness, improve their attention, and support healthy connections with the world.
Being perpetually on call and on duty is keeping us in a 24/7 state of high alert, exhausting mind and body, draining creativity, thwarting productivity, and setting us up for a major health tumble.
In order to stay mindfully fit, we must focus on the following key factors: mindset, mobility, stability, and consistency.
There are a fews different types of meditations that can work wonders when you’re anxious.
Treating other people well isn’t just good for your karma. It’s good for your health and vitality, too. Psychology researcher Barbara Fredrickson, PhD, author of Love 2.0: Creating Happiness and Health in Moments of Connection, studies how “micro-moments” of connection with others, like sharing a smile or expressing concern, improve emotional resilience, boost the immune system, and reduce susceptibility to depression and anxiety.