Mental

 Health

3 of the Best Meditation Techniques to Try

Let’s be real, being an adult is hard. If you’re a young adult like me, you’re getting used to being out of school for the first time in your life, paying bills, making a budget, going to work, maintaining relationships, and trying to stay active and eat well. And somewhere in the mix you should try and relax as well. Although watching hours of Netflix sounds like a great way to unwind (and sometimes it is necessary), there are other more productive ways to find a sense of calm in your life.

Learn More

MORE Mental

 Health
Outdoors

Beyond the Dreadmill: How to Stay Active Outside the Gym

Thinking about spending more time at the gym? Maybe you’d like to have a little less around your middle, or more core strength, or better energy. Maybe you think that more frequent visits to your gym or fitness center—putting in time on the machines or taking a class—would help with all of that.

Learn More
Mental Health

Are You Depressed? Take This Short Quiz and Find Out

Major depression affects roughly one in 15 Americans. Yet this common mental disorder is frequently misunderstood.

Learn More
Mindfulness + Spirituality

Searching for the Positive in Life? Take a Gratitude Walk

These are all very powerful ways to reconnect with the things that we’re thankful for, and the things that bring us joy. They lead us to refocus when we’re feeling negative about our life or the world. But what if we don’t know how to get started? What if we don’t know where to look? That’s where a gratitude walk can help.

Learn More
Mental Health

Want to Live Longer? Read Books.

You probably know a lot of great benefits to books and reading. You heard them all the time during school: they make you better informed, increase your vocabulary, help you understand how to think, and, of course, raise your SAT scores.

Learn More

Mindfulness +

 Spirituality
SEE ALL IN Mindfulness + Spirituality

Hey You! Take a Walk!

Wake up, rush to work, cook dinner, tuck in the kids, catch up on Netflix, go to sleep, and repeat. It’s how a lot of us live our lives. With all the stress and business of life, do you ever take a moment to stop and breathe?

Learn More

3 of the Best Meditation Techniques to Try

Let’s be real, being an adult is hard. If you’re a young…

Learn More

Embracing Change and Other Unexpected Developments

We all experience change. The way we think and feel about change—even,…

Learn More

Coronasmarts: Keeping Distant but Social in the Time of Coronavirus

Being without social contact is bad for your health. But but but: COVID-19 is deadly.

Learn More

Make Dealing with Difficult People at Work Easier

Like family, your co-workers are a lot of people you just ended…

Learn More

Social Media: Nuisance or Necessity?

Logging on to social media is supposed to be…well, social. However, social…

Learn More

Depression +

 Anxiety
SEE ALL IN Depression + Anxiety

How to Tackle Mental and Behavioral Illness within Your Family

Mental and behavioral disorders affect many children in the United States; in fact, a recent study suggests that one in six children in our country suffers from some form of treatable mental illness.

Learn More

May is Mental Health Awareness Month—Take Time for Your Mind

There’s probably no better time than now—when lives have been upended by…

Learn More

Got Stay-at-Home Stress? Get Relief.

Not long ago, the idea of a day at home—even with work…

Learn More

Brain

 Health
SEE ALL IN Brain Health

Keep Learning to Keep Thriving: Five Ways to Stay Sharp

Learn More

Cheers to the Brain… and Keepin’ it Healthy

Have you stopped to think about how awesome your brain is? It’s…

Learn More

Want to Live Longer? Read Books.

You probably know a lot of great benefits to books and reading.…

Learn More

Balance Worries During Stress Awareness Month

Feeling overwhelmed? Join the club—and take advantage of Stress Awareness Month as a time to create a better balance in your life.

Learn More

The Effects of Chronic Stress

Stress taps into the human body’s age-old coping mechanisms for dealing with…

Learn More

Why Coping with Stress is Better Than Eating It

Those who regularly overindulge face increased risk of Type 2 diabetes, high…

Learn More