Some routines are helpful — others hold you back. Shake things up with a new design so you can move in a healthier direction.
You’re the best person to create big changes in your life. But those shifts will happen only if your “future self” is on board.
Does your living environment support — or sabotage — your self-improvement efforts?
Old habits die hard — but reverting to unwanted patterns doesn’t have to sabotage your healthy-living progress.
To create positive change, don’t obsess over specific goals. Focus instead on problem-solving strategies you can adjust as you go.
By blending compassion with neuroscience, behavior-change expert Kyra Bobinet, MD, MPH is shaping the future of health improvement.