We get that meditation is important. Now it’s also easy thanks to our favorite meditation apps.Read More
It’s real! You can make yoga part of your daily practice and not break your budget. In fact there’s free yoga in most communities.Read More
Never before has it been less clear what’s the right way to be healthy. This book not only tells you the easiest solution, it also reveals why we should be suspicious of all health advice.Read More
When you start creating your vision for your dream life, are you stopping just short of thinking you can have the lifestyle or career of your hero? Are you respecting them too much and thinking you always need to be one level less-than? Are you doubting your own ability to be just as successful as them or, gasp!, more success than them?Read More
It’s possible to practice self-love by listening to a podcast. Feed your soul, warm your heart and be inspired all at once with this top Powerful Ladies recommended podcast.Read More
If I had to pick one thing that is the catalyst to living your best life, I would say it’s curiosity and I’m not alone. "Curiosity is one of the great secrets to happiness,” Bryant H. McGill. “Curiosity is the most powerful thing you own,” Anonymous. “Curiosity is the engine of achievement,” Ken Robinson. “When your curious you find lots of interesting things to do,” Walt Disney.Read More
Having someone who’s life looks perfect and magazine glossy tell you how to fix your life can be infuriating and not the least bit helpful when we’re stuck in our lives and don’t know how to get out.
Luckily, the universe gave us both Jen Sincero and her book, You Are a Badass.Read More
Did you sigh a little bit just seeing the word “gratitude” in the title? You’re not alone. It’s because most people only practice the first half of gratitude, being thankful, not the second part.
I first heard the phrase “Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance” when I was seventeen. I had arrived at college a few weeks early for field hockey pre-season and had just met Jenna Boutin. I don’t remember what we were talking about, but I’ll never forget her sassy, matter-of-fact response, “well, proper planning prevents poor performance, so it’s her own fault.”