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"I never really did that because I was in 'climb the ladder' mode," she said. "If you're thinking about doing it and you're
So many women, she says, are hesitant to try such a challenge, whether to get more sleep or spend less time glued to a smartphone
Editor-In-Chief of 'Glamour' Cindi Leive joins HuffPost Live to discuss how she stays glamorous.
The soiree was in honor of Jones' new relationship column for the magazine, titled "Love, Rashida." Illustrated into a comic
Last month, Arianna Huffington, Cindi Leive and Mika Brzezinski made a vow to take a break from technology. For the sake
HuffPost's Third Metric seeks to redefine success beyond money and power. Kate Johnson joins HuffPost Live to discuss what unplugging from technology for one hour a day helped her accomplish.
I've just returned from the most amazing place. I'm not talking about Hawaii, where I spent the holidays with my daughters, my sister and my ex-husband -- though it was lovely, and all the more so because of the foot of snow that's greeted my return to New York. I'm talking about the week I spent unplugged, away from email, social media and TV. Occasionally unplugging from all our devices and techno-distractions is one of those seemingly small adjustments that actually have the power to transform the way we see the world, live our lives and interact with the people who matter most to us. The unplugged version of myself was better able to give these things my full attention -- which, as Daniel Goleman says, is "a form of love." And I was able to remember, to paraphrase Louis C.K., that no device or screen can match the HD quality of the actual world.
With the holidays almost here, Cindi Leive, Mika Brzezinski and I have decided that there is no better time to unplug, recharge and renew ourselves in time for the new year. And what better way to do that than by unplugging and disconnecting from all our devices? Big Data, unfettered information, the ability to be in constant contact and our growing reliance on technology are all conspiring to create a noisy traffic jam between us and our place of insight and peace. So Cindi, Mika and I agreed we needed to go beyond our usual, day-to-day vows to take time away from our devices. We wanted to do something bigger. From Monday, Dec. 23, through Sunday, Dec. 29, we'll be taking time away from TV, social media and email -- and we hope you'll join us.
8. Ruth Bader Ginsburg 3. Cindi Leive The advertising executive and powerhouse behind IfWeRanTheWorld and MakeLoveNotPorn
Imagine your life as a sitcom, and when things start to get bad, just hear that laugh track.
Really focus on making sure you're integrating all four aspects of your work, your family, your community and yourself... that make us up as a whole human being.
From my own two mothers, I learned that working in an office, a laboratory, or the home has little to do with how good a mother you are -- that comes from the love you share. And yes, putting dinner on the table is a way of expressing that.
Cindi Leive, Glamour magazine's editor-in-chief, is revamping the 73-year-old monthly, souping it up with advertiser-loving beauty and fashion pages, amplified visuals and first person narratives.
This woman could and should have been spending her retirement eating bonbons on a yacht off the south of France, and instead she was pouring her energy into supporting other women.
The Tony-winning actress Phyllis Newman -- the girl with the best laugh on Broadway -- lives in a beautiful penthouse apartment overlooking a green-swarded Central Park. Her next door neighbor is Jerry Seinfeld and she once had another neighbor, Glenn Close, who often climbed over the fence to see her.
With insomnia as with any chronic problem, one must look for the underlying imbalances and root causes and address them. Here are the common sleep "mistakes" I see in my practice and their solutions.
When Cindi and Arianna accurately defined sleep as an empowerment issue for women, I recognized that empowerment is exactly what sleep can do for everyone.
Our frustrations about dreams arise out of a combination of romanticism and 21st century urgency, a mindset that leads not only to sleep deprivation but also to soul deprivation.
When you give up unhealthy tendencies such as overdoing it on sugar, not getting enough sleep or consuming too much coffee, you can expect to get more energy.
Recently developed sleeping pills are being promoted as effective for long term use. They produce on a 10-30 minute increase sleep in total daily sleep time, not a very large effect. But are they good for you?