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Having a rough day? Here are some easy ways to beat the blues and get smiling again from some of the best happiness and wellness experts around.
Once obscure, adult coloring books have reached new levels of popularity. But do you know exactly why a page and some pencils can do your mind some good?
When it comes to your body, you’re your own worst critic. Here’s how to start being kinder to yourself and banish negative self-talk from your inner monologue.
Counting sheep not working? Here’s why a bedtime story (and a few other nighttime rituals) are just what the doctor ordered to fight insomnia.
No, we can’t magically make your day longer. But we do have seven useful tips to help you make meditation a part of your daily routine.
Still have PTO to use up before it expires next year? Find out how a much-needed vacation can keep you healthy, help you ward off depression and even improve your love life.
Are simple, everyday situations causing you more stress than they should? Learn some expert-approved strategies for eliminating stress and anxiety.
Not in the mood for Christmas parties, Hanukkah gifts or general seasonal cheer? Here’s how to survive a bad case of the holiday blues.
Thinks apps are the only way to train your brain? Think again. A surprising new study reveals exercise might improve cognitive function in young adults.
Trending on Instagram and Pinterest, a bullet journal is the DIY way to improve focus and reduce stress. Here’s how to start your own — and stick with it.
We live in a world that privileges extroverts. Here’s how introverts can harness their strengths and thrive on their own terms.