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Forget the cream of mushroom soup and onion crisps. These rustic dishes will jazz up your main course and have guests coming back for guilt-free seconds.
Developing the themes for this “Rejoice” issue, and perhaps especially this issue’s “Celebrate Your Success” feature reminded me that it’s time for my annual “stuff I learned this year” letter.
Is your body experiencing an energy shortage? Learn how your system creates and uses energy and you’ll have a better shot at ramping up production to meet demand.
Before you rush into setting health and fitness goals for the year ahead, stop and appreciate what you’ve already accomplished. A quick look back may be the best tool in evaluating what steps to take next.
More people than ever are medicating for mood disorders, but there may be a more natural approach that’s just as effective.
For pain, sprains, broken bones and even surgical wounds, healing touch is gaining clout as an energy medicine that helps the body heal itself.
It’s not a rat race for money, success and achievement. The quest for true happiness has far more value – for you and everyone around you.
Ready to expand your horizons? Try a journey into transformative territory – a spiritual retreat center.
The questions we ask can lead us down paths of discovery and delight, or down corridors of doom and gloom. Which road are you taking?
Want to work for someone who pushes you relentlessly, criticizes your efforts and makes your entire life miserable? Of course not. So why are you doing it to yourself?
After a lifetime of yo-yo dieting, Brandon Fossey finally took back his life with a series of slow, steady steps.
Tracking your emotional heart rate is just as crucial as monitoring your physical pulse.
Plyometrics are a demanding form of exercise, but they can add speed and power to your athletic endeavors.
It’s cold and dark and there are no races on the calendar. What’s a triathlete to do? Something fun.