Introspective writing keeps people alive and well. A new tool makes it easy. Maybe too easy. "This is not a replacement for people or human contact," said the designer Albert Lee of his new creation, app
“Working retiree” seems like an oxymoron. Yet six in 10 retirees are concerned that they won’t have enough money to sustain their retirement and would like to work during their retirement, according to
You won’t believe the surprising tactics that will actually get your butt in gear. Motivation is a tricky thing—and sometimes the best ways to cultivate it aren’t completely obvious. When it comes to research-backed
If you're at all like me, you dread getting sick. I'm just not very good at lying around for days feeling as if I've been run over by a truck. So I'm all about trying not to get sick in the first place.
Put these on your do-not-buy list. This article was written by Leah Zerbe and Emily Main and repurposed with permission from Rodale News. What's the one food you refuse to eat? Peas? Tofu? Liver and onions?
A little boy in Massachusetts who has a brain malformation that causes seizures has been unable to attend the first grade because his school district won’t accommodate his need for a service dog. Ericha
“Does he ever cry?” When my cousin first came to meet my now 1-year-old son, the first thing she said was, “So I hear that all you do is look in his direction, and he smiles.” It’s true. My son is a beaming,
If your closet is bursting at the seams and putting together an outfit is a daily treasure hunt, it's time to get your wardrobe organized. "If you can't get dressed in a smooth and easy manner in the that
It’s that time of year where many people begin thinking about everything they have to be thankful for. Although it’s nice to count your blessings on Thanksgiving, being thankful throughout the year could
These are totally doable for anyone! This article was written by Leta Shy and repurposed with permission from POPSUGAR Fitness. Lorna Jane Clarkson, founder of the Australian activewear line Lorna Jane,
Obesity could cause shrinkage in a brain area critical to long-term memory. An expanding waistline may lead to a shriveled brain, new research suggests. In a long-term study of people in their early 60s,