In this fourth installment of our five-part series with productivity expert David Allen, discover the perspective-shifting power of regularly reviewing your projects and priorities.
Learn three efficient ways to get and stay organized — from Getting Things Done expert David Allen.
Learn from productivity expert David Allen how to organize your to-do lists based on what is doable and worth doing now.
Direct-to-consumer lab testing gives us a chance to see our biochemical realities more clearly — sometimes with surprising results.
How correcting a serious vitamin-D deficiency helped one woman transform her life.
Anita Ranhotra tried dozens of diet and exercise programs, but couldn’t maintain a healthy weight — until metabolic testing and personalized guidance helped her make a nearly 100-pound breakthrough.
For years, Amy Kotch struggled with an eating disorder. Here’s how she reclaimed her life from the clutches of perfectionism and rebuilt her health and happiness – one choice at a time.
What you put your attention on grows. Here’s how to train your focus on what matters.
How heart-rate training helped Kim Fambro reach a level of health and fitness she’d assumed was beyond her reach.
After hitting a health-and-fitness low, Don Zeh started hitting the gym – and discovered a passion that surprised him.
All the free food he got at work had Jason Buszta packing on the pounds – until the sudden death of a friend made him realize he was putting his own health at risk.
Looking to reach some major goals this year? These practical, right-now steps can help you build the momentum you need to make steady progress — starting today.
Hanging on to too much old stuff just because it has “sentimental value” can weigh you down. These smart decluttering strategies help you clear space while still honoring the memories that matter.
After years of putting other priorities ahead of her own fitness ideals, Jennifer Zech decided it was time to bring out the very best in her body—and her life.
A good fitness pact can help you (and a friend or two) achieve your health and fitness goals.
Years of inactivity sapped Jeremy Coward’s energy and added pounds to his frame. A new attitude and ambitious goals helped him get back on track.
When Morn Cremeens made the switch to raw foods, she discovered a powerful way to support her health—and to transform her perspectives on eating.
When the economy takes a hit, we’re prone to making panicked decisions about money. Here are four common money mistakes people make in lean times — and how to avoid them.
Lofty goals all begin with a single step. Here’s how to plan — and sustain — the small changes that matter.
Exercise helped Wendy Rahn beat breast cancer. Now she’s helping other survivors realize the importance of staying active during their own recovery.
Conscious gift giving can bring you more joy this holiday season.