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Balance

food journal
By Kaelyn Riley
If you track what’s on your plate as well as what’s happening in your mind and body, you can learn what doesn’t work for you — and build on what does.
illustration of a variety of hobbies
By Katherine Reynolds Lewis
Try these tips for finding a pastime that's right for you.
men in a painting class
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
The world needs more creative people — including you.
cozy socks and toes warming by a fire
By Melanie Haiken
Let go of perfectionism and find more joy in the season.
Woman hiking in the mountains
By Lauren Bedosky
Think you would benefit from a meditation practice but hate to sit still? Try this new approach.
tips for joining a board
By Anne Holzman
There are surprising benefits to serving on a volunteer advisory board. Here's how to get started.
a man holds a remote and looks at a tv
By Cat Thompson
Our lives are in many ways defined by unconscious habits and ingrained behaviors. How much do you know about the structures that hold you together, and those that hold you down?
a couple hug and laugh as they walk away from their car
By Karen Olson
Setting aside time for restoration isn't just good for your health — it just might help you be more productive and creative, too.
Learning a foreign language
By Katherine Reynolds Lewis
Learning a second language can expand your opportunities for health and happiness. And it’s never too late to start.
Therapy and Counseling Options
By Heidi Wachter
Therapists and coaches use distinct tools to help us heal from past traumas or embark on new life adventures. Discover whether professional counseling may be helpful for you.
Calendar Cleanup
By Karen Olson
If your busy schedule is making you crazy, it may be time to reevaluate your priorities.
Cool Under Pressure
By Elizabeth Millard
These simple strategies can help steady your nerves when the heat is on.
Expand Your Circle
By Jessie Sholl
If you want to feel more connected to others, break out of your social comfort zone.
True Talk
By Ben Connelly
If you’re craving more authentic connection with others, these five conversation strategies can help.
Do It Anyway
By Gregg Krech
Morita therapy offers a philosophical, tough-love approach to undoing your own undoings.
Breathe Like a Yogi
By Jonny Kest
Yoga has been this teacher’s path to spiritual freedom. It can be yours, too.
Love Like a Yogi
By Jonny Kest
Master yogi Jonny Kest on how to move out of your head and into your heart.
Jonny Kest
By Jonny Kest
Learn to eat more mindfully and trust your body’s intelligence.
game pieces
By Kendra Smith
Even small transitions can upset your daily routines. Restore your sense of balance and ease with these tips.
The Pursuit of Happiness
By Catherine Guthrie
A skeptical journalist sets out to discover the keys to a happy life — and finds herself changed in the process.
money-therapy
By Anne Holzman
Managing your finances can be an act of self-care. Learn how to make it work for you.
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