Have you fallen into the "who's busier?" trap? How do you stay sane when life becomes overwhelming and busy? Mother's Day is the perfect time for me to be more conscientious and stop overcommitting, over-stretching, and comparing my busy-ness to other moms.
It is at this point, according to Capella, that you need someone to step in as a reorganization force, someone who can redirect
Read a book for six minutes. Who doesn't love to get lost in a good book? Reading is packed with benefits beyond just flexing
While we are all busy and fill our plates with all types of activities and responsibilities, I would like to pass on to you my strategy for handling stress. Just two little words do the trick for me: simply be.
Locals know that they are blessed with some of the most unspoiled natural wonders of the world. This means gratitude is the backbone of the Hawaiian heart.
Sure, you have heard the saying, "Life is what happens when you are busy making other plans," but in Hawaii it is more like, "Go with the flow and don't make plans."
Here’s a new word for you: satisficing. At least it’s new to me. And it may be a word midlife women need to become comfortable
The National Institute of Mental Health reports that 8 percent of teens between the ages of 13 and 18 have an anxiety disorder
"Stress is our perception of what's happening outside of us and the power we give it," says Lauren E. Miller, author and
Conversion therapy has come under increasing scrutiny in recent years, not only in the form of lawsuits seeking to outlaw the treatment, but in the unequivocal opinion of mental health professionals that it is complete and utter nonsense.
The basic premise of a detox diet is this: By removing irritants, allergens, preservatives, added sugars, and other problem foods, you can help restore balance to and de-stress the digestive tract.
In this week's issue, Tom Zeller looks at the American fishing industry and three different factors affecting it, and Mallika Rao puts the spotlight on the rise of Braco, a Croatian healer whose method is simple and, some say, miraculously effective.
This week, Bianca Bosker puts the spotlight on Joel Osteen's efforts to spread God's word through social media, and Ryan J. Reilly looks at the hunger strikes that have brought attention -- if only briefly -- back to Guantanamo, and the fact that President Obama still hasn't honored his pledge to close the prison camp down.
Last week, I learned from a segment on "The Today Show" that April is National Stress Awareness Month. In addition to saging myself, there are other things I can do (and so can you) to de-stress.
Welcome to Day 13 of HuffPost Healthy Living's 14-Day Stress-Less Challenge! In honor of National Stress Awareness Month
Your 20s are defined by change and transition: new apartments, new cities, new jobs, new financial responsibilities, new friends, new loves -- and lots of new things to stress about.
It's a vicious cycle: A stressful day keeps us tossing and turning way past our bedtimes. And then a bad night's sleep exacerbates
Stress-Less Fact Of The Day: Have an ego-sucking or stressful thought? Write it down, crumple it up and toss it in the trash
Stress-Less Fact Of The Day: Regardless of how happy you actually feel, putting on a happy face can curb the effects of stress