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3 Signs That You Are Stressed Out (And How To Fix It)

This article was written by Tom Searcy and published in Inc.com. How to tell if stress is getting the better of you–and why a clean sock drawer might be bad news for your busines One of my mentors describes how she knows when she has become out of control: “When my sock drawer is perfectly folded, sorted … Continue reading

3 Health Markers that Can Predict Your Risk for Heart Disease & Arthritis

This article was written by Brad Chase and published in Hive Health Media.  Most chronic diseases that set in later in life are caused by the cumulative effects of unhealthy living over the years. The good news is that by watching what we eat, how we sleep and what we do, we can avoid diseases such … Continue reading

13 Things you did not know about your weight

This article is written by by Joanne Chen and published in ReaderDigest.ca. Find out what the new wisdom of weight loss science says about diets, fat, genes and what causes us to gain weight. 1. It Really Is Genetic When first discovered it was called the fatso gene. Turns out, people with two copies of the … Continue reading

Workplace bullying on the rise, according to new study

This article was written by Debra Auerbach in TheWorkBuzz.com. Most workers, even those who love their jobs, would probably say their job has caused them stress at some point. Throw in job insecurity, an increased workload and intensified pressure to perform, and stress levels can hit the roof. While some workers release stress in positive, healthy ways, … Continue reading

Are you tired all the time?

This article was written by Eleni N. Gage and published in FoxNews.com. Renewing your energy is possible, once you learn to combat common causes of fatigue. Culprit: A Vitamin or Mineral Deficiency Having low levels of iron or vitamin D or B12 can make you feel tired, anxious, and weak, says Irene Park, a nurse practitioner in … Continue reading

Grin and Bear It! Smiling Facilitates Stress Recovery

This article was originally published by the Association for Psychological Science Just grin and bear it! At some point, we have all probably heard or thought something like this when facing a tough situation. But is there any truth to this piece of advice? Feeling good usually makes us smile, but does it work the other … Continue reading

12-Step Stress Management Plan

This article was originally published on RealAge.com Keep Worries at Bay Did you know that stress is one of the biggest agers of your body? Most of us have it. The issue is how we respond to it. If you let nagging, unfinished tasks hang over you, or you constantly feel your life is spinning … Continue reading

Who Are You Really Mad At?

This article was written by Peter Bregman and published on the Harvard Business Review blog. A man and two children, a boy about nine and a girl about seven, were walking ahead of me in silence. The boy looked up and said something to his father. Whatever he said set off his father who started yelling at … Continue reading

How to give in to your cravings without gaining weight

Guest post written by Catherine Chen, Health Coach at catherinechenwellness.com I was chatting with a friend when he told me that sometimes he has cravings for chocolate but that it was “so bad.” Cravings have a bad reputation – people think that they shouldn’t have them because it leads them to eat the foods in quantities they wouldn’t … Continue reading

10 Ways to Boost Your Energy

Staying hydrated is one way to boost energy, but you don’t need to reach for caffeine. Here are natural energy boosters, some as simple as drinking a glass of water or sprinting up a flight of stairs. Feeling sluggish? Experiencing low energy by midday? Many factors can cause a drain of energy, but there are just … Continue reading