A new assessment can help you determine if you have symptoms of work addiction.
Pilar Gerasimo on why the act of imagining and dreaming big is transformative and empowering.
Direct-to-consumer lab testing gives us a chance to see our biochemical realities more clearly — sometimes with surprising results.
In the first installment of a five-part series on David Allen’s organizational system, Getting Things Done, the chaotic jumble of things competing for our attention comes into clear focus.
How to say no to a social invite with grace — and a clear conscience.
A mother of five realizes her resolution to make positivity habitual.
Learn more about our January cover subject, Lauren Zander, and her tips for setting goals that create lasting change.
Celebrity life coach Lauren Zander knows that the first step to changing your life is opening your heart.
How parents' stress can affect children's genetic makeup.
How too much blue light in LED light bulbs can affect sleep, mood and cancer-fighting abilities.
Editor in Chief Pilar Gerasimo on how screwing up can sometimes be a blessing in disguise.
Olympian Gretchen Bleiler loves a good challenge, but she's also learned the hard way when to give it a rest.
3 ways to immerse yourself in the rich health benefits of mud.
A commitment to self-care may be the first step in showing up for others — and in living up to your full potential.
New research shows a correlation between consumption of trans fats and aggression.
The case for cultivating patience — today and over a lifetime.
How to cope with a scary health diagnosis — without getting caught up in the chaos of fear.
Wise advice on how to get healthier, happier and more attractive with age.
Editor in chief Pilar Gerasimo on holistic strength and pushing your limits.
Honor the significant accomplishments in your life with a vacation to remember.
When big vacations seem too few and far between, shorter trips can remind you what away-time is all about.