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.
October is Depression Awareness Month, but there’s never a bad time to help a friend in need. If you spot signs of depression, here’s what experts recommend.
These common daily habits could be the reason you’re so stressed out. Good news is simple tweaks could help you get calm again.
Gabrielle Bernstein’s new book, The Universe Has Your Back, is all about de-stressing and positivity. Practice these mantras to get on her level of zen.
When does race training go from a fun pastime that helps you relieve stress to something that causes more anxiety than it’s worth? Some runners are learning the hard way.
Whether it’s mindful meditation or mindful movement, the practice of mindfulness, aka being present, isn’t easy. Here are 40 techniques that will help.
Is multi-tasking actually slowing you down? The best way to focus, increase productivity and live in the moment is to single-task. Here’s how to do it.
Happiness isn’t always easy to find and stick with at work. But just a quick browse can brighten up your whole day. Here, 10 sites that’ll make you LOL.
Hit the social media snooze button and put your out-of-office message up because it’s time to unplug. Follow these tips to take full advantage of your vacation time.
Maybe it’s bad sleep habits behind your exhaustion — but it could be something more. If you ask yourself “why am I so tired” every morning, here’s your need-to-know.
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.
Can the benefits of mindfulness go beyond your state of mind? Here’s how getting more mindful can upgrade your workouts, weight loss and more.
Not a morning person? Follow these early-bird tricks for a productive, happy morning, even if you woke up on the wrong side of the bed.
You always thought stress was your enemy, but what if it’s not? A new book argues that if you can embrace stress, you can make it work in your favor.