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We Asked 25 Experts for the One Piece of Advice That’s Changed Their Life the Most

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Fitness, nutrition, and health pros dish out tips all the time on how to live better. And we appreciate all of it (and share it too!), but we wanted to know: What advice have they been given that has most helped them live a healthy, happy, and successful ...

40 Ideas for Incorporating Self-Care into Your Life

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We say it often at Green Mountain: When stress increases, self-care decreases. But adding self-care strategies into your life can make a serious impact on emotional overeating. In keeping up our top-40 series, we present 40 Ideas for Incorporating Self-Care into Your Life: Tagged emotional overeating, healthy living,

9 Bloggers Who Changed Their Lives One Post at a Time

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When motivation wavers, sometimes the inspiration we need can come straight from our favorite blogs — following the authors’ lives like others might follow a reality show, hitting refresh waiting for the next installment. And yet, it can be easy to forget these digital personalities are actual human ...

The Best Fitness Quotes to Motivate You

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If you’ve been following us on Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, you know how much we looove us some fitness quotes. After all, the right fitness quote can do everything from give you a straight-up aha-moment to help you make the healthier decision to get you motivated to go ahead and do that workout you’ve been putting off. So if you’ve been needing a little bit of extra motivation or inspiration, check out some of our favorite health and fitness quotes that Erika has meme-d up. Feel free to save ...

New Year. New Word of the Year.

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Balancing life, family and fitness - easy right? Not always! Get stories that inspire you to breathe deeply and make mindful choices by subscribing to my blog by email. Two years ago, I decided to try something different at the turn of the new year. Instead of setting ...

4 Strategies To Change Your Habits That Actually Work

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Gretchen Rubin dug though the research on habit change to find what it really takes to make a fresh start. But surprisingly, habit change can sometimes be easy. In the research for my upcoming book Better Than Before, I discovered many strategies that we can exploit to master ...

The First Rule Of Success And Happiness

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I’m Professor and Chair of the Department of Economics at LIU Post in New York. I’ve published several articles in professional journals and magazines, including Barron’s, The New York Times, Japan Times, Newsday, Plain Dealer, Edge Singapore, European Management Review, Management International Review, and Journal of Risk and ...

15 Phrases That Will Change Your Life In 2015

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As the new year approaches, many of us will resolve to transform our bodies -- but what about our minds? Giving ourselves a mental makeover could be just as important as giving ourselves a physical one. But accomplishing that doesn't just lie in changing our thoughts -- it's ...

An Almost Foolproof Way to Achieve Every Goal You Set

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I've tried using silence to accomplish a goal, and I've tried to sneak up on big goals, and although those strategies work, they're hardly foolproof. Fortunately James Clear, an entrepreneur and guy who thinks a lot about goals, habits, and success, has a much better approach to achieving ...

They lost weight and you can, too

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(CNN)Will 2015 be the year you finally take charge of your health? Last year, CNN profiled dozens of people who made dramatic changes to their lives and lost a significant amount of weight through healthy methods. "Set the right goals. A New Year's resolution should never to ...

How To Begin Rebuilding Your Life And Make It Ridiculously Amazing

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“Our real blessings often appear to us in the shape of pains, losses and disappointments; but let us have patience and we soon shall see them in their proper figures.” ~ Joseph Addison What if one day you woke up and decided that you were tired of feeling ...

15 Quotes Every Woman Should Live By In 2015

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A new year is here, and with it another chance to start fresh, be bold or at the very least, bravely put one foot in front of the other. That can, of course, be far easier said than done, which is why we're turning to 15 of our ...

The science of setting goals

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It’s the time of year when optimism strikes anew and we think to ourselves: our New Year’s resolutions will totally work out this time. Never mind that we abandoned them by Valentine’s Day last year. And the year before. And, well, you know the drill. There’s a science ...

Carol Dweck: The power of believing that you can improve

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Carol Dweck researches “growth mindset” — the idea that we can grow our brain's capacity to learn and to solve problems. In this talk, she describes two ways to think about a problem that’s slightly too hard for you to solve. Are you not smart enough to solve ...

19 Quick and Easy Tricks to Boost Confidence

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Like finding the perfect pair of jeans or getting to inbox zero, confidence is a pretty elusive thing. But without it, it’s all too easy to fall down the rabbit hole of self-doubt and negativity. And this not only hurts us on a personal level (anxiety, depression, membership ...

How To Be Efficient: Dan Ariely's 6 New Secrets To Managing Your Time

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Sometimes it feels like the world doesn’t make any sense. Sometimes you don’t make any sense. And sometimes it feels like it’s all a conspiracy. Dan Ariely is the king of irrational behavior. Not that he’s more irrational than you or I, but he’s studied an impressive amount ...

Gay Men and Body Image: The Internal Battle For Visibility

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Body image is an issue we all struggle with at some point in our lives, but among gay men, body image has taken on real significance in the past decade as the community struggles to define its own representation. If we were to define gay men by what ...

How to set goals & unlock your dreams (If you don’t ask, the Universe can’t deliver!)

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Did you believe in Santa when you were a kid? If this tradition wasn’t part of your cultural upbringing let me share what it was like. It was a time when anything was possible. Consumerism aside, the big guy in the red suit still reminds me of the ...

Want To Train Your Brain To Feel More Compassion? Here’s How

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Scientific evidence shows that we can teach our brains to feel more compassion, both for others and ourselves. Imagine how the world might be different if we all learned this skill. Many of us know that if we want to become more physically healthy, we can exercise. What ...

Five Ways to Slow Down and Appreciate the Season

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The run-up to the holiday period can be one of extra pressure to rush and speed up to get everything done before the break arrives. As a helpful reminder, here are a couple of pre-Christmas offerings to remind us to slow down and appreciate. First up is one ...

'Depression and Christmas just don't go'

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On the day many people will be waking up to the prospect of a fortnight at home, blogger Charlotte Walker shares how she plans to take care of her mental health during the festive season. I have often found Christmas difficult. This year I'm recovering from a mental ...

How Giving And Gratitude Benefit Your Physical Health

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Now that we're officially in the holiday season, generosity and gratitude reign supreme. We're altruistic because we're motivated at this time of year to support others who are less fortunate, and we express thanks for those who have extended similar kindness to us. And honestly, why wouldn't we ...

10 Secrets Of Highly Satisfied People

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A few months ago, the universe tore the rug out from under my existence. My books stopped selling. Coaching clients canceled appointments. Large stream media canceled interviews and meetings. StoriesReadOur attitudes, our experiences and our emotions are choices we make. Positivity is sometimes considered naïve, which is strange ...

Perfect Body Image ......Is it healthy?

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Everyone has a slightly different idea of the perfect body image but we are heavily influenced by societal pressures and the media. Society’s expectations color our beliefs about the ideal body image and sometimes this creates problems or causes harm. Society tells us what kind of body image ...

65 Quotes That Will Dare You To Do Great Things

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At some point in life we're all faced with a decision of whether to take a risk. Leaving a miserable job, moving to a different position that stretches you, starting your own business, or even taking on a tricky new assignment: greatness requires risk. Whether you succeed or fail, the act taking a risk will stretch you and give you faith in yourself--and the confidence to do even more. Maybe we're meant to do things that scare us so we can build greatness in ourselves. 1. "Keep away from people ...

45 Life Lessons Written by a 90-Year-Old Woman

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People often tell Regina Brett how great she looks for her age. Turns out, she is actually 54 years old — not 90. She wrote down these life lessons the night before her 45th birthday after being diagnosed with breast cancer. Over that past decade, these lessons have ...

Quick Ways to Get Out of a Bad Mood

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We all need a little career advice from time to time. Muse U is your go-to source for all your career questions, career planning, and skill building needs. Get the help you need, when you need it. Join now for free access. Go We all have off days ...

10 Steps Towards A Better, More Productive You In 2015

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If you don’t have your dreams and goals mapped out, you’ll never achieve them. And while the act of writing them down doesn't guarantee that they’ll happen, it helps you to stay laser focused on the things that matter and prevents you from drifting from year-to-year hoping that ...

If You Want to Follow Your Dreams, You'll Have to Choose a Focus

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A dozen great ideas are useless if you can't follow them through. Even with endless ambition, having too many goals can pull you in too many directions, making it difficult to actually finish anything. Instead, you need to choose a small number of goals and focus your attention.

16 Questions to Help You End the Year Well

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Confession:I’ve been looking back on the year for weeks already. I think it’s that important to carry your insights forward and to close the year well.This is how you become the very best version of you. I use many of the following 16 questions when I reflect on ...

12 Spiritually Uplifting Rituals To Try

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Life coaches come from all backgrounds. Some are trained through a university, others through vocational programs. Some have no real training at all! In the midst of all the options and styles outReadRituals are a great way to bring the spirit of playfulness and gratitude back into your ...

I Recently Reached My Dream Weight... And Why It Doesn't Matter Anymore

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That magic number that meant that I had arrived. Life was going to be amazing now. I was going to feel confident now. I was going to find love now. I was going to get attention now. You know how that goes, and you're probably sitting there nodding ...

Moving On Isn’t Failure: 5 Lessons On Changing Paths

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Ever since I was young, I have been intensely driven and very goal-focused. I have never been the type to flip-flop and I have never been the type to start something I do not intend to finish. Recently, I was faced with the incredibly difficult decision to leave ...

7 Tips for Taming Negative Thoughts During the Holidays

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Amazingly, the holiday season is right around the corner. And for many, despite the enforced and even hyped-up glee of our holiday culture, this period can be challenging, stressful, or lonely. I’ve often written in my books how specific prayers can invite the Inner Divine to shift thoughts ...

Little girl rides a bike for the first time, suffers adorable freak out

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Taking to the open road (or in this case, grass) without training wheels on your bike is a freeing experience as a child. It's a rite of passage that's on par with the first time your parents let you stay home alone, or the first time you drive ...

15 Ways to Overcome Procrastination and Get Stuff Done (Infographic)

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If you never start, you’ll never have a chance to fail. But you’ll never have a chance to succeed, either. So stop pretending you haven’t failed by not trying. Stop procrastinating and go for it. Your dilly-dallying around, your excuses, your poking, playing, puttering and loafing about aren’t ...

I Feel Awesome At 75. Here's How I Do It

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I'm a big believer that, aside from providing us with the nutritional fuel we need to function at our best, food should make us happy. That's right: food should delight us, ignite us and make us feelReadWhen I was younger, I made the decision to think about how ...

How to Let Your Life Speak, Discern Your Purpose, and Define Your Own Success

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“Someone has a great fire in his soul and nobody ever comes to warm themselves at it, and passers-by see nothing but a little smoke at the top of the chimney,” young Vincent van Gogh wrote in a letter as he floundered to find his purpose. For the ...

Yoga and Body Image: Why yoga is for all body types

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Brigitte Kouba, now also known as “Gigi Yogini,” found yoga in college, and it transformed her life. But soon, yoga culture sent her a new message. “When I got into the Los Angeles scene, it was a couple steps back for me, because I felt this incredible looming ...

Inspiring Fit Seniors

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When it comes to health and fitness inspiration, senior citizens might not be the first group of folks that come to mind. However, 2014 showed us that there are a ton of over-the-hill women and men out there defying the odds and inspiring us with their strength, determination,

This Simple Exercise Will Pull You Out Of A Sadness Rut (VIDEO)

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Despite facing a variety of painful obstacles and difficulties in life, people are often hesitant to describe their experiences as "suffering." It's typically a word reserved for the most extreme tragedies -- war, poverty, death -- but American-born Tibetan Buddhist nun Pema Chödrön says that each of us ...

2-Day Clean Eating Plan To Reboot Between The Holidays

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This recipe layers on the nutrition in the form of sweet, creamy sweet potato, and sneaks in a little protein while it's at it. That bean-powered protein and veggie fiber will keep you satisfied tillReadHere's a delicious 2-day meal plan with easy-to-make recipes that will help you reset ...

What the Science of Goal Setting Tells Us about Accomplishing More of What Matters Most

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I’m a big advocate of goal setting because I’ve personally benefited from it. But I’m also amazed how much the science of goal setting explains my personal experience. Whether working as an independent entrepreneur or a corporate executive, I’ve seen personal and organizational goal setting reap big rewards—and ...

7 Ways to Get Happy (Hint: It's Not About the "Stuff")

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Adapted from Sustainable Happiness: Live Simply, Live Well, Make a Difference (Berrett-Koehler Publishers)Along the way, we pick up other ideas about what's important--status, possessions, money, a bucket list of experiences and accomplishments. But those who reflect back, as they near the end of life, often rediscover love as ...

World’s Oldest Yoga Teacher Tao Porchon-Lynch's Secrets to Long Life

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If there’s living proof that yoga is the fountain of youth, it’s Tao Porchon-Lynch. The 96-year-old Guinness World Records-certified oldest yoga teacher in the world still teaches regular classes in Westchester County, New York. That is, when she’s not traveling around the world, coming in first place in ...

20 Things Successful People 'Refuse' to Do

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1. They don't define success in a monetary term. Most successful people define success as happiness, having a peace of mind, or helping others. They see money as something that brings them comfort and opens doors of opportunities. They realize that money can't buy them happiness. 2. They ...

How to Spend the Last 10 Minutes of Your Day

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How much sleep did you get last night? If the answer is “not enough” you’re hardly alone. According to Gallup’s estimates, almost half the people you’ll run into today are suffering from some level of sleep deprivation. We often dismiss a little morning fatigue as an inconvenience, but ...

The Google engineer teaching happiness in three steps

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Silk Road 2.0 and 400 other sites believed to be selling illegal items including drugs and weapons have been shut down Deep inside the global tech behemoth Google sits an engineer with an unusual job description: to make people happier and the world more peaceful. A few years ...

7 Pieces of Wisdom That Will Change the Way You Work

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Wisdom, in the words of Maria Popova, is knowledge that matters; it has both a practical and moral component to it that enriches our lives and ushers us to act wisely. Because the path to creativity is fraught with uncertainty, fear, and self-doubt, we naturally look to the ...

3 excellent ways tiny tech detoxes will make you happier

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The Interdependence Project founder Ethan Nichtern, author of the upcoming The Road Home: A Contemporary Exploration of the Buddhist Path, is challenging you to unplug from all of it for a full ten minutes each day this month—as part of Athleta’s Healthiest Year Ever—and giving it a shot ...
 

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