What people with depression need more than anything is an ear to listen, even if you do not fully understand what they are going through or do not agree with their point of view.
Being an ally has become a popular term, however, I have found that not everyone really understands what it means to be a true ally. Being an ally is a commitment.
We have all been there. We get in a good workout, a life-affirming yoga session, a tough tennis match, or just a good spin session over lunch, only to not look good after it.
Here are five exercises to do if you’re short on time. These exercises can be done with little equipment, little time, and will still give you a great workout!
As a hard worker and high achiever, I have often heard the phrase “work/life balance” mentioned to me.
The choices of exercise pale in comparison to the paralyzing amount of information about any one type of exercise/ sport.
When I decided to run my first marathon, I knew I was crazy. But I also knew it was going to become one of the hardest and greatest things I would ever do in my life. Both of those things eventually became true.
One of the ever popular goals is to be more active and fit. This year, more and more people, especially Millennials are moving toward a practice that has proven to not only show results and increases your quality of life but also you health: yoga.
Confessions of a proud Millennial who doesn’t like to ask for help: Self-care is one of the most important keys to happiness. I know because I have learned that the hard way.