Procrastinating Your Creative Work? Push Through and Do It

Some of the best, most prolific artists struggle daily with procrastination and avoidance. Learn to expect this and deal with it, and you'll finally start doing your creative work.

The Joy of Living “Tiny”

"Tiny" homes and small urban spaces have surged in popularity, in response to limited affordability and availability of housing. Who knew they'd be so much fun?

How to Get More Sleep

If you're having a hard time getting a good night's sleep, chances are you need to make at least one (if not all) of these simple changes.

Envy and Your Facebook Feed

Do you feel envious when scrolling through Facebook? Might others feel envious when looking at what you post? Here's why both matter.

7 Ways to Calm Your Worried Mind and Reduce Anxiety

Just because you've "always been a worrier" doesn't mean you have to stay that way. These evidence-based tips help to decrease anxiety and could even heal your worried brain.

7 Tips to Avoid Getting Sick This Fall and Winter

As outside temperatures drop, it can seem like everyone around you is sneezing and coughing. Follow these basic tips to decrease your chances of catching a cold or flu bug.

Add Years to Your Life: Make Family and Friends a Priority

Does the pace of your life and all its demands feel like it's killing you? Spend more time with beloved friends and family, it just may (literally) save your life.

Five Keys to a Happy Body and a Healthy Weight

Forget diets. If you want to lose weight and keep it off, you need a strategy that will stand the test of time.

Do You Reward Yourself in Ways that You Later Regret?

How do you prefer to reward yourself, or celebrate? Indulgent foods, spending and alcohol may feel good in the moment, yet can leave a trail of regrets in their wake.

When Life Goes Wrong

Has something terrible happened to you, that you can't understand? Grief, loss and broken dreams are a natural part of this life. Here's how to get through when it happens.

Want to Lose Weight? Go to Bed Earlier

No one likes being on a diet. How about sleeping instead? Get more sleep and leverage the easiest, most enjoyable weight loss strategy in existence.

Spring Clean Your Space, Your Stuff and Your Life

Spring is the perfect time to clear out clutter, not just in your space but across your whole life.

Have You Got the "Too Busy" Blues?

Feelings of low mood and depression seem to be the norm these days, especially for women. Could it be that your too-busy life is largely to blame?

Teetering on the Edge of Burnout? Don't Avoid People

If stress and a heavy workload are pushing you into burnout, it's tempting (and natural) to start avoiding key people in your life. But doing so only makes things worse.

Blocked as a Writer or Artist? 5 Keys to Moving Forward

Becoming a successful writer or creative artist is much more than just making good work. It's the head games that will ultimately make or break you: here's how to win.

Are You Saying No to What Matters (Without Realizing It)?

Do you have enough time for the people you love? Is it hard to find time to take care of yourself? This may be why.

4 Ways to Stop Putting Your Joy on Hold

Do you complain a lot about your life, or frequently wish that it could be different? Shift your perspective and discover how to enjoy your life now, no matter what's going on.

Self Care 101: You Can’t Pour From an Empty Cup

If your life has felt too busy for a while, you're probably running on empty. Avoid the inevitable disaster by heeding warning signs in your body, before it's too late.

The Only 3 Rules You Need for Reaching a Healthy Weight

Most diets don't work because they're impossible to stick with for the long term. Try following these principles for successful sustainable weight loss.

Do You Want to Be More Fit, but Are Afraid of Exercise?

Have you become more and more sedentary as the years go by? Are you at the point where you fear strenuous exercise, even though you used to be an active, fit, adventurous person?

Creating Space for Grief and Loss

So many of us don't really know how to grieve, and also drop the ball when someone we know is going through a loss.

It’s Not a Setback, It’s a Plot Twist

When life disappoints you, it may seem that all is lost. Chances are, though, that a better story is being written.

A Brilliant Strategy for Spring Decluttering

Overwhelmed by clutter and things and don't know where to start? Play this Minimalism Game with a friend and discover the joy of shedding more stuff than you ever dreamed possible.

Having a Bad Day? Avoid Making It Worse

When things go wrong, what comforts do you typically reach for? If the things you normally use to cope do more harm than good, consider changing the habitual way you respond.

Reclaim Your "I Used To's" and Resuscitate Your Life

As the years go by, does your life become more limiting and less fun? Do you feel like you've lost who you used to be? It doesn't have to be that way.

Silence Your Inner Critic and Achieve Your Goals

Do you long to fulfill a cherished dream or goal, but feel paralyzed by fears and doubts? Unmask the identity of your inner critic and step out into the life you long to live.

Should You Boycott Holiday Baking?

Are you already stressed about the weight you'll gain over the holidays? Here's a simple tip that will go a long way: Stop baking. Say no to anything that involves bringing or exchanging sweet treats. Trust me, you'll thank me later.

Why Everyone (Including Introverts) Should Be Using FaceTime

Are you an introvert who prefers to avoid using FaceTime? You may want to reconsider, and hit "accept" the next time someone tries to reach you.

Get More Sleep and a Better Night's Rest

Exhausted? Longing for more sleep? If you have a hard time getting yourself to bed, and don't sleep very well once you get there, these tips will help you get a better night's rest.

10 Health Tips from Harvard Institute of Lifestyle Medicine

Ten top health and lifestyle tips for better sleep, weight loss, exercise and more, from the Institute of Lifestyle Medicine affiliated with Harvard Medical School.