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Break a habit. Achieve a goal. Transform your life. Here's a look at the six parts of Prochaska's stages of change.
Looking to make some positive changes in your life? Certified professional life coach Kate Larsen shows you how. Apply her four-step system to your personal and career goals — and prepare to discover some interesting things about yourself in the process.
True fitness makeovers don’t happen overnight. They involve gradual changes and challenging adjustments, unexpected setbacks and exciting synergies. Meet three people who made transformative changes in their lives — and who might just inspire you to do the same.
Founding editor, Pilar Gerasimo, on the challenges — and successes — we face as we embrace change.
The key to sticking with a workout program may be strengthening the “muscle” between your ears.
You've crafted your New Year's resolutions with care. Now comes the tricky part: translating intention into action — ideally, the ongoing kind. For this, you need more than a wing and a prayer. You need pragmatic support systems and the good sense to put them to work.
New Year, new plan, right? Great, but don't just hop on the first workout train out of the station. Instead, step back: Examine your goals, your desires, your personality, your life. A little self-awareness now could prevent exercise derailment down the track.
The success of your fitness goals depends, in large part, on the soundness of your fitness strategy. You do have a fitness plan, don't you? Here's how to get one, fast — or how to make your current plan even better.
When designing your dream takes a detour. How I'm reimagining the future.
By the time the 4th of July nears, I'm usually in a state of denial. Has half the year already passed?! Yikes.
The New Year brings a barrage of “New You!” promises. Learn how to get past those tired tropes and explore fresh options for conscious change.
How finding meaning in loss can help you heal.
Before you set healthy goals, stop and appreciate what you’ve already accomplished. A quick look back may be the best tool for evaluating what comes next.
There was a time, not so very long ago, when I was less healthy than I am today. And I hope, looking back five years from now, that I can say the same thing.
Transitions aren’t always easy, but viewing them with an eye toward the possible can help.
Strategies for rethinking your self-image and goals so you can enjoy the benefits of a realistic, and really fun, fitness identity.
Look for signs of progress (beyond pounds lost) and rejoice when you find them. Give yourself a pat on the back every time you make health a priority.
We all have counterproductive reflexes and unconscious beliefs that stand in our way. It makes sense that we develop the courage and wisdom to face them well.
One in two Americans is suffering from diabesity, and most of them don’t even know it. Why? Because most doctors are not trained to treat the single biggest chronic disease in America. The good news? Diabesity can be prevented, treated and reversed. Dr. Mark Hyman explains how.
Participating in research projects can connect you with nature, fight climate change, and strengthen your community.
Most people around the world share their beds with an infant. If you choose to do this, James McKenna, PhD, offers some tips to be as safe as possible.