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HuffPost RISE is a morning show dedicated to creating possibility around your day. More and more research is proving how important it is to begin each day on an uplifting and positive note.
HuffPost RISE is a morning show dedicated to creating possibility around your day. More and more research is proving how important it is to begin each day on an uplifting and positive note.
It's one thing for parents to tell their children to behave kindly toward others, and another for them to embody the message
Deepak Chopra joins HuffPost Live and talks about how to avoid hypocritical parenting.
Self help guru Deepak Chopra talks with Caroline about the only two activities you should be doing in the bedroom to ensure a quality slumber.
Welcome to Thrive On Live with @CaroMT. In 2009, television host Cat Greenleaf launched the L.U.S.T. campaign with a mission to remind everyone to "Look Up, Stop Texting." She joins us to discuss the best ways to unplug from our devices.
Performer Marc Shaw joins HuffPost Live to talk about playing in nursing homes is actually livening himself.
Put your phone down for a prescribed amount of time -- five minutes, half an hour, the length of a meal -- and go experience something. If the thing which caught your attention is still there when you plug back in, circle back to get a picture when you can. Then share it.
Caroline is joined by Cat Greenleaf to discuss why it's important to leave your phone in your pocket once in a while.
A friend told me that back in the early aughts, it was customary for talent agents to whip out their cell phones during meetings to show that they had more important matters to attend to. Nowadays, who doesn't do that?
Cat Greenleaf explains the extreme precaution she's taken to make sure she waits before clicking the send button.
Looking around, Greenleaf noticed how she wasn’t the only one guilty of being constantly distracted by technology. “I realized
Welcome to Thrive on Live with @CaroMT. Cat Greenleaf, the host of NBC's "Talk Stoop," is talking about more than just celebrities. She's opening up about her love/hate relationship with her smartphone and why you need to "look up" more often.
One of those metrics happens to be your knowledge of local culture -- pop culture, in this case. Knowing your local celebrities
Before we had our sons, the extra hour every fall meant more time to work, explore New York or watch one more episode of our latest binge. Now, the end of Daylight Saving Time represents waking up in the dark and adding 60 more minutes to the grouchiest part of our evening.
Cat Greenleaf and her Emmy award-winning series, Talk Stoop with Cat Greenleaf, are a part of almost every New York City taxi rider's journey.
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