September 19th, 2014

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September 17th, 2014

5 Tips for Fighting Inflammation with Nutrition
Most foods either rev up inflammation or tamp it down. How to put the brakes on inflammation by improving your eating habits.

1. Get friendly with fish.
2. Choose fats wisely.
3. Embrace your inner herbivore.
4. Cut back on wheat and dairy.
5. Say no to sugar.

September 17th, 2014
Apple enters the world of wearable technology by creating a standalone device that incorporates custom health and fitness apps with the fun and utility of your smartphone.
A Look at the Apple Watch.

Apple enters the world of wearable technology by creating a standalone device that incorporates custom health and fitness apps with the fun and utility of your smartphone.

A Look at the Apple Watch.

September 16th, 2014
WHAT IS YOUR “STUFF” SAYING TO YOU?Different kinds of clutter signify different emotional messages. Here are a few of the most common.
Piles of Other People’s StuffYou may have trouble setting boundaries, saying no and protecting your own energy reserves. Set time limits for storing other people’s belongings, if you’re going to store them at all, and be firm.Excessive Reminders of the PastYou might have a tendency to blame the past for your current situation, or to think your best days are behind you. Try letting go of any object — however lovely or sentimental — if looking at it disturbs you or brings you down.Rarely Used or Never-Been-Used ItemsStacks of unopened or unused items can signal “just in case” thinking, and a lack of trust in the future. They can also signal an aspiration to do or be something you’re not. Make a realistic assessment, then either use or dispense with whatever your “wish self” is hanging on to.Unfinished ProjectsHalf-completed paintings and half-finished remodels can suggest an unsustainable perfectionism, and may provoke a sense of failure. Take stock of all the projects you currently have “in process.” Then be willing to let go, clean up and move on.

WHAT IS YOUR “STUFF” SAYING TO YOU?

Different kinds of clutter signify different emotional messages. Here are a few of the most common.

Piles of Other People’s Stuff
You may have trouble setting boundaries, saying no and protecting your own energy reserves. Set time limits for storing other people’s belongings, if you’re going to store them at all, and be firm.

Excessive Reminders of the Past
You might have a tendency to blame the past for your current situation, or to think your best days are behind you. Try letting go of any object — however lovely or sentimental — if looking at it disturbs you or brings you down.

Rarely Used or Never-Been-Used Items
Stacks of unopened or unused items can signal “just in case” thinking, and a lack of trust in the future. They can also signal an aspiration to do or be something you’re not. Make a realistic assessment, then either use or dispense with whatever your “wish self” is hanging on to.

Unfinished Projects
Half-completed paintings and half-finished remodels can suggest an unsustainable perfectionism, and may provoke a sense of failure. Take stock of all the projects you currently have “in process.” Then be willing to let go, clean up and move on.

September 15th, 2014

Kale, Four Ways.

Incredibly versatile, kale varieties can be used interchangeably in most recipes, including these classic, easy preparations from Chef Cary Neff.

September 15th, 2014

If you live in the United States, there’s more than a 90 percent chance that BPA is already in your bloodstream. Tips for reducing your exposure.

September 12th, 2014

When a beloved animal companion dies, runs away, or is lost, the grief can be overwhelming. How to cope with losing a pet.

September 10th, 2014

Are you a guy who wants to try a yoga or Pilates class, but a lot of these classes are attended almost exclusively by women.

How to Overcome Your Yoga Class Jitters.

September 5th, 2014

The Enneagram can help us understand why each of us deals with discord differently — and how we can find common ground. Click on the circles in the interactive image above to learn more about the nine personality types.

Read more about the Enneagram in “Peace Through Personality.”

September 3rd, 2014

A new study suggests that precommitment is more powerful than willpower when it comes to beating temptation.

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