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  • Lewis Jefferies
    Published about 4 hours ago
    Joe Wicks Has Saved My Mental Health During This Uncertain Time

    Joe Wicks Has Saved My Mental Health During This Uncertain Time

    Shoes laced up, sunglasses on. It’s all a go go. When I first saw about the Mind 27 27 challenge, I instantly signed up to help raise money for the charity, as mental health is something, I hold close to my heart. It’s a real thing. Being a university student myself, I fall into the category of the 27% of students reporting a mental health problem.
  • Thania Barton
    Published about 5 hours ago
    Track runners

    Track runners

    I’m a high school student that runs track for my school. During the summer I do track too but the corona has been canceling my plans. If you are dedicated and still wanting to workout here are my thoughts.
  • Laura Sotillos Elliott
    Published about 6 hours ago
    Brainstorms IV - stress, how does it work?

    Brainstorms IV - stress, how does it work?

    Hi everyone! Yes, I am back… after a stressful start to the year with moving and shameful WiFi connection, I’ve managed to get my life in order (the COVID quarantine has helped, I have to admit) and once again I have time to write. Home office can be tough; after reading papers for the whole day my brain felt like it had been fried on a grill. So I decided to transform all the knowledge I had accumulated into a comprehensible summary of my (very broadly speaking) research topic: stress and mental health. Work and entertainment all in one ;) I found so many interesting facts about stress and our health that I decided to make this entry a bit broader and briefly include other brain disorders.
  • Patricia Stone
    Published about 6 hours ago
    HomeInstead Caregiving

    HomeInstead Caregiving

    Caregivers are First Responders oftentimes unrecognized except by those of us who desperately need them in our lives. Maria Jose Dribben has never wavered in her care of my husband during this pandemic. Gratefully, since this pandemic, she has not missed one hour or day giving care to Cleveland in our home. She is on top of her job, prepared with gloves, masks and even making homemade sanitizer in my home out of an actual Aloe Vera plant gel and alcohol. She actually squeezed the gel from plants and prepared the sanitizer.
  • Samantha Parrish
    Published about 7 hours ago
    My thoughts on the Coronavirus

    My thoughts on the Coronavirus

    During this time in quarantine, between maintaining from getting cabin fever, I have had some thoughts on what will happen to our future, or if this is our new norm for the future. The Coronavirus has changed every part of our lives. What will happen when this is over or contained for now?
  • Beni Restea
    Published about 7 hours ago
    U.S. Areas Hit Hardest Economically By The Covid-19 Pandemic

    U.S. Areas Hit Hardest Economically By The Covid-19 Pandemic

    2020 has forced us to face down several imminent crises. In January, Australia was ravaged by rampant bush fires, wiping out huge swaths of the Australian landscape and costing dozens of lives and millions in property damage. In February, an Iranian general was assassinated by US forces and a Ukrainian passenger plane was erroneously shot down, making the occurrence of a large-scale global conflict seem highly plausible. Now, in March, we are faced with a new crisis: the COVID-19 pandemic.
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  • Carolyn Sternes
    Published about 8 hours ago
    How to Stop Isolation damaging your mental health

    How to Stop Isolation damaging your mental health

    If you have already been struggling with your mental health before things started going crazy then chances are you are used to living in isolation. Most people will probably not hesitate to tell you so along with multiple memes of the same story. But there is something different about this. When it was optional it was ok you had something to work towards. Like ok tomorrow I will feel well enough to go the park, or out to dinner, or the movies. None of those are options anymore. For most people particularly those with anxiety the cap on it all was the state of the rest of the world. While the world was functioning ok freak outs were limited to things like “OMG did that wave look weird?” “Did I remember to lock the door?” Without being able to calm yourself and let yourself know the worries while very real to you were able to be controlled. Now that the entire world is in a perpetual state of worry you are likely finding that your own has peaked above that. Besides now that everyone is anxious they don’t understand how crippling your condition can be. Sound like you or someone you know? Here are some tips to help yourself through these times.
  • Ashley Nestler, MSW
    Published 5 days ago
    10 Things I'm Putting in My COVID-19 'Crisis Kit'

    10 Things I'm Putting in My COVID-19 'Crisis Kit'

    Creating a crisis kit is one of my favorite therapeutic techniques to help protect my mental and physical health. My personal crisis kit has been a lifesaver on many occasions, and I still keep it out openly in my house so that I can use it whenever I feel like my mental or physical health is declining. Creating a crisis kit itself, however, can be anxiety-inducing, so please take care of yourself as you read through this article and contemplate creating or modifying your personal crisis kit.
  • Claire Raymond
    Published 9 days ago
    Surviving Lockdown In The Closet

    Surviving Lockdown In The Closet

    Think about the times that you’re forced to spend time with your family. Christmas and Thanksgiving are the main culprits. And they’re a real treat. You’re shut in with everyone. People are getting cabin fever and getting on each other’s nerves. The little things people do can suddenly seem so fucking irritating. Like breathing. 
Aging
  • Britt Alexandria
    Published a day ago
    Portrait of a Memory Part 3

    Portrait of a Memory Part 3

    When Jane walked through her front door, she dropped her bag and slumped into the couch. Her eyes stung from the tearful episode in her car.
  • Britt Alexandria
    Published 4 days ago
    Portrait of a Memory Part 2

    Portrait of a Memory Part 2

    Jane pulled a purple composition notebook and purple pencil from her messenger bag. She didn’t particularly like the color purple. In fact, she had a love/hate relationship with that color. After her grandmother’s Alzheimer diagnosis, Jane went off the deep end of advocacy. She joined support groups, wrote and signed petitions to spread awareness, and ran fundraisers to raise money for research. Purple is the “official color” of Alzheimer’s disease, so naturally she collected everything in purple. She worked tirelessly as if her actions would somehow change her grandmother’s prognosis. When it didn’t work that way, Jane was stuck with a lot of purple junk.
  • Britt Alexandria
    Published 10 days ago
    Portrait of a Memory

    Portrait of a Memory

    I was looking through the classifieds while sipping coffee at my local coffee shop. Yes, the classifieds in an honest-to-God newspaper. I’m also one of those people who still types her letters on a typewriter—unironically. But that’s beside the point. I was sifting through the classifieds because in my spare time I like to do commissioned work for the elderly. They happen to be the only ones who still subscribe and write to the actual newspaper. As I was perusing past the “clean my house’s” and “walk my pampered pooch’s,” something caught my eye:
Athletics
  • Emily Lamp
    Published about a month ago
    How to Take Care of Your Feet | 5 Foot Care Tips for Runners

    How to Take Care of Your Feet | 5 Foot Care Tips for Runners

    Proficient runners use their feet more than regular folk – the same goes for guys that jog every morning to keep fit. Runners spend long hours in training, which can damage or hurt your toes, or veins, which is why you need to learn how to take care of your feet.
  • Dom ZT
    Published 3 months ago
    Coffee and Heavy Weights

    Coffee and Heavy Weights

    Many people, be they nine-to-fivers’ or top tier athletes, utilise caffeine in their day to day schedules. Whether you opt for a standard espresso shot or like a pre-workout with ingredients that could power a lightsabre, many lifters can testify to the perceived increase in endurance and power when consuming the divine stimulant before a workout.
  • Jord Tury
    Published 6 months ago
    No Excuses, Tury!

    No Excuses, Tury!

    Growing up, I had to learn to be singled out in certain things and be alright with it. Say, sports, for example. That was something I never knew I'd be awful at, but had to learn to accept that being picked last for the team would eventually become the norm someday. And, by accepting that, it could eventually be something I'd shrug off and laugh about in later years.
Body
  • Bikash Pokharel
    Published a day ago
    Understanding Human Immune System

    Understanding Human Immune System

    We can simply understand the immune system as a body's natural defense mechanism against foreign bodies like bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites, also known as pathogens. Every living organism in the world has their own specific types of immune system that keeps on protecting them from foreign invaders. We should also understand that the immune system differs from vertebrates to than of invertebrates animals. The invertebrates animals only have a single defense mechanism, also known as the innate immune system, whereas the vertebrates have all-natural, adaptive, and passive immune systems. Beforehand, let us understand the types of immune system present in the human body as described below:
  • Johnny Valkyrie
    Published 6 days ago
    Affirmation In A Time Of Uncertainty

    Affirmation In A Time Of Uncertainty

    While COVID19 rampages the globe, I lay in my hospital bed, for reasons you might least expect.
  • Patty McDaniels
    Published 12 days ago
    Probiotics Vs Prebiotics – The Official Guide & Review

    Probiotics Vs Prebiotics – The Official Guide & Review

    When it comes to taking care of your health, you may often find yourself hearing more about the benefits of using probiotics and prebiotics. And like any dietary addition, each comes with their benefits and drawbacks. For most people, eating well is usually enough, but for others, they can still fall short on getting enough vitamins and minerals. Probiotics and prebiotics are necessary for a healthy diet for this reason.
Diet
Fact Or Fiction
  • Max T
    Published 6 days ago
    Made-up Mental Health

    Made-up Mental Health

    ADHD is a made-up mental health disorder that only exists because the companies selling the 'cure' had available supply but no demand. This might be an unpopular opinion.
  • Conny Manero
    Published 14 days ago
    Thank You For Smoking

    Thank You For Smoking

    This is not an anti-smoking but a pro smoking message. You don’t see that one every day, do you? It’s true though, I’m as pro smoking as they come and if you stick around I’ll explain why.
  • Felisha Savard
    Published 20 days ago
    Corona-what !

    Corona-what !

    We are all sitting around in a wide hysteric about this virus, people are buying out toilet and paper, Lysol wipes, baby wipes, etc and I think everyone is taking everything a little too far, but before I get reamed, understand this before this all happened we knew we had to wash our hands, basic hygiene right! Wrong people are out there taking this and a global world war z and heaven forbid we don’t have enough toilet paper but the way I am trying to logically look at this is that it is a respiratory virus that affects the lungs it does not give us explosive diarrhea.so I know there is a lot of seriousness to this problem and it may be something we deal with for several months to come, this is essentially a calm before a royal shit show, Canada is only starting to wear the effects with 5 death, considering Italy is dealing with 2500. but yes this is serious but we need to think logically about what we do moving forward. I know being in a family currently, that has immunocompromised persons yes this is scary, hell downright hellish. but the whole point of my insight /opinion on this is to put some comedic relief on a shitty situation ( see what I did there !) I know my area is suffering dramatically and there have barely been any confirmed cases. the elderly and low income only get paid once a month ( old age, and CCTB ) so all you out there bulk buying now leaves us without. These people are suffering the most as they already are frail and have crappy immune systems not given the fact the amounts they provide is piddly and most of them only travel if they are lucky to a grocery store once a month when old age pension comes and that might be great, but since this pandemic is such an issue now not only are they searching like mice for their needs but the stuff they try to get now is out of their small budget because items are being hiked in prices. To me that is a little dumb, yes Ontario is in a state of emergency, the USA is in the state of emergency and hell country’s have shut down. Thing is, in my 31 years of life I have never seen a virus take something and overexert things. and most in my generation have survived H1N1, ebola, SARS, Bird flu. the world has thrown a ton of crap of sickness at us, but we have all come out smelling like roses, but not this time, everywhere and everything is shutting down, so dig out those board games, wine, rum, whiskey whatever you drink, and bunk down until the smoke clears, remember this could be all worse. hug your kids, call your loved ones. So people keep in mind unless you are sneezing and blowing watery chunks out your bum can we not buy all the toilet paper, and baby wipes and other things, we all need to live and hey if all else fails we can kick it old style and hunt for stuff and spring is coming so we will have natural toilet paper. just watch out for poison ivy and poison berries. Get your camping gear out it's going to be a long few months, have local stock on you, and no I don't mean enough to go making toilet paper forts that is what the cardboard boxes are for or give the kids the cardboard roll from the tp and tell them to make a house if you are going to hoard after all
Fitness
  • Mackenzie Lu
    Published about 10 hours ago
    How I Get the Most Out of My At-Home Workouts

    How I Get the Most Out of My At-Home Workouts

    I used to be what I like to call a yo-yo exerciser. I’d go through phases where I have to work out every day (or sometimes even twice a day), and then a month later I’d mope while tying my sneakers for the first time in two weeks. Exercising was about much more than just the workout. I tend to feel a little silly doing full body workouts in front of strangers at the gym. While I didn’t completely cancel my membership, I’ve found I work out best when I’m alone. Home training in my living room is my happy place.
  • Charlie Lewis
    Published 5 days ago
    Benefits Of Using Knee Pads

    Benefits Of Using Knee Pads

    Several pieces of equipment get required while training for boxing or weightlifting. Without this equipment, it gets difficult for beginners to carry out their training smoothly. And thus they have to face a lot of trouble in this regard. In this article, we will talk about knee pads, their benefits, and their use.
  • Anna Klaus
    Published 8 days ago
    Home Gyms are just better

    Home Gyms are just better

    To be really honest: How much do you like your gym? Not really that much? No wonder – over 30% of every Gym members never actually go to the gym. That’s not all just down to them being unfit or couch potatoes. Most of us just don’t really like gyms. They are crowded, noisy, the music is hardly to everyone’s taste and the showers... well let’s just not talk about the showers.
Health
  • Creative Writing
    Published about 9 hours ago
    What are Allergies?

    What are Allergies?

    The allergic reaction is an answer to a specific substance or medication that the body does not want. Allergies are common among people. They are believed to affect more than 1 in 4 individuals in the UK at any point in their lives. They're especially present in kids. When a child gets older, most allergies go down, while others stick for life. Adults can develop reactions to products they had not previously been allergic to. Having an allergy may be an annoyance and interrupt the regular lives however most allergic reactions are mild and can be easily controlled. Occasionally intense reactions can occur, but these are rare. Allergenic substances are known to cause allergic reactions. The most dangerous allergens are plants and tree pollen which is an allergy that is known to them as hay fever. Other allergens include dust mites, animal dander, nut oil, berries, shellfish, eggs and cows milk, bites and stings of insects. Additionally, there are medications such as ibuprofen, aspirin and other drugs, latex, used to create other gloves and condoms, adhesive and release tiny particles into the environment so that you can breathe. There are also a significant number of medications that may relieve allergic reaction symptoms including antihistamines that should be used before you feel the effects of a reaction or during an allergic reaction to delay reaction. Others include decongestants, pills, drops, nasal sprays or liquids that can be used as a short-term remedy for a sore nose, lotions, and creams. For example, one procedure called immunotherapy may be prescribed for some people with extremely serious allergies. Allergies arise when an allergic response in the body responds as though it is toxic to a specific material. It is not clear why that is, but most afflicted people have a family history of allergies or have strongly associated disorders such as asthma or eczema. Symptoms of an allergic reaction usually occur within a few minutes of being subjected to anything to which you are allergic, but they can grow slowly over a few hours. Blood samples can be used to better detect serious reactions o several different things before or during a skin prick examination. Patch examination is used to diagnose a form of eczema called touch dermatitis that can be triggered by an allergic skin reaction to outside factors. Immunotherapy could be an alternative for a limited number of people with such serious and chronic allergies, who are unwilling to take the above steps to relieve their symptoms. The only approach to prevent allergic reactions is to eliminate the material to which you are sensitive, even though it is not always simple or realistic. Dust mites which are tiny insects embedded in household soil are among the primary causes of allergies. It is not animal fur that triggers an allergic reaction. There are pieces of decaying skin, blood, and dried waste, respectively. In certain cases, tiny particles formed from molds may induce an allergic reaction. Immunotherapy could be an alternative for a limited number of people with very serious and chronic allergies who are unwilling to take the steps above to relieve their symptoms. Over most years, the procedure requires the administration of minimal daily amounts of the allergen, usually with an injection, or as drops or tablets beneath the tongue. The operation must be conducted in a specialized facility or under a practitioner's guidance, as there is a slight chance of an adverse reaction. They normally take gouts or tablets made by hand. Inform the doctor of the signs you have, how often they intensify when they appear, and how they continue to impact you when you know you have an allergy.
  • Creative Writing
    Published about 10 hours ago
    What is Arthritis?

    What is Arthritis?

    Arthritis is a chronic condition that induces discomfort and swelling at the joint. The two most serious types of arthritis are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. It happens most frequently in individuals who are in their late 40s are at or beyond. This is also more popular among women and people with a family history in the condition. Nonetheless, it can occur at any age because of an injury or can be associated with other joint-related conditions, such as gout or rheumatoid arthritis. Next, osteoarthritis affects the thin layer of cartilage in the joint. It makes for smoother movement than natural, thereby leading to stiffness and rigidity. The tendons and ligaments must function more as the cartilage coating begins to roughen and spread out. It can cause swelling and development of bone spurs, called osteophytes. Extreme loss of cartilage may contribute to bone rubbing on the bone, altering joint alignment and dragging the bones out of normal location. Rheumatoid arthritis progresses when the body's immune response attacks the affected joints and may lead to pain and swelling. This would then travel around the body, leading to increased inflammation and a shift in bone structure. This may cause bone and cartilage degradation. Rheumatoid arthritis participants can also have trouble with other body tissues and organs. Because of the kind you have, the symptoms of arthritis that you experience will vary. Therefore proper care is important if you have joint pain, tenderness and weakness, inflammation in and around the joints, decreased joint strength, dried red skin around the damaged bone, exhaustion and muscle wasting. Living with arthritis isn't easy, and performing normal tasks may often be painful and demanding. Nonetheless, there are many things you should do to ensure you live a safe lifestyle. Several services and incentives are available, too. Many individuals with arthritis chose to continue to work for several reasons, including improved financial health and higher self-esteem. Enhanced testing tools have helped ensure that patients dealing with arthritis tend to function. When arthritis is diagnosed and managed early it is especially true. When you have arthritis, a healthy, balanced diet must be pursued. Good eating will supply you with all the food you need, and help you maintain your weight. When the inflammation weakens you might not want to workout. Participating may also serve to minimize and remove the pain. When you have arthritis, it is important to take care of your joints and there is no longer any risk. E.g., try to increase the stress on the limbs while doing everyday tasks such as driving and lifting. If you have asthma, doing homework tasks may be a challenge. Nonetheless, making some practical changes to your home and changing your way of living would make it easier. If you have serious arthritis that prevents the ability to move around the home and conduct everyday tasks such as cooking and cleaning, an occupational therapist might be of benefit. We can provide recommendations on devices that you may need to help you live independently. The specialist may be expected to refer you to an occupational nurse depending on the severity of the illness form. However, you may tend to have local authority exposure to some form of care. Arthritis is often linked to the elderly but may also influence youngsters. Most types of childhood arthritis are called idiopathic arthritis in teenagers. JIA causes an average of six weeks of malaise with one or more joints swelling. Although the exact trigger of JIA is unknown, often the symptoms shift as a child becomes older, meaning they may lead a normal life. The oligo-articular JIA is the more increasing type of JIA. This involves less than five joints in the body, most frequently in shoulders, knees, and wrists. It may develop at any age during infancy.
  • Chelsea Swift
    Published about 11 hours ago
    5 Weight Loss Tips That Require Zero Exercise

    5 Weight Loss Tips That Require Zero Exercise

    Well, well, well....you couldn't stay away...
How To
  • Thania Barton
    Published about 5 hours ago
    Track runners

    Track runners

    I’m a high school student that runs track for my school. During the summer I do track too but the corona has been canceling my plans. If you are dedicated and still wanting to workout here are my thoughts.
  • Dave Hanlan
    Published 11 days ago
    Water

    Water

    The amount of water inside the human body is almost half to three-quarters full. Looking at it from an automobile perspective, it is like bringing your vehicle to the gas station. Then taking the nozzle and filling the car a half tank to three-quarters full. However, the difference is the driver must maintain that tank level of gas for the vehicle to run efficiently. That example is somewhat similar to the water inside of the human body. The only difference is most cars can go below a quarter tank and still run smoothly. However, the water within the human body is so unique that humans have no idea how they maintain that level. There may be one out of every hundred people that know the amount of water they drink by the ounce per day.
  • Adrian Praljak
    Published 12 days ago
    5 Ways to Improve Stability for a Senior and 3 Essential Stretches You Need to Know

    5 Ways to Improve Stability for a Senior and 3 Essential Stretches You Need to Know

    For many seniors, stability is a huge problem. This is because if you aren’t stable and able to maintain your balance well, you are more likely to fall. For seniors, falling is dangerous because with weaker bones and joints, serious injuries are likely. Fortunately, there are a number of things that seniors can do to improve stability.
Humanity
  • Patricia Stone
    Published about 6 hours ago
    HomeInstead Caregiving

    HomeInstead Caregiving

    Caregivers are First Responders oftentimes unrecognized except by those of us who desperately need them in our lives. Maria Jose Dribben has never wavered in her care of my husband during this pandemic. Gratefully, since this pandemic, she has not missed one hour or day giving care to Cleveland in our home. She is on top of her job, prepared with gloves, masks and even making homemade sanitizer in my home out of an actual Aloe Vera plant gel and alcohol. She actually squeezed the gel from plants and prepared the sanitizer.
  • Samantha Parrish
    Published about 7 hours ago
    My thoughts on the Coronavirus

    My thoughts on the Coronavirus

    During this time in quarantine, between maintaining from getting cabin fever, I have had some thoughts on what will happen to our future, or if this is our new norm for the future. The Coronavirus has changed every part of our lives. What will happen when this is over or contained for now?
  • Beni Restea
    Published about 7 hours ago
    U.S. Areas Hit Hardest Economically By The Covid-19 Pandemic

    U.S. Areas Hit Hardest Economically By The Covid-19 Pandemic

    2020 has forced us to face down several imminent crises. In January, Australia was ravaged by rampant bush fires, wiping out huge swaths of the Australian landscape and costing dozens of lives and millions in property damage. In February, an Iranian general was assassinated by US forces and a Ukrainian passenger plane was erroneously shot down, making the occurrence of a large-scale global conflict seem highly plausible. Now, in March, we are faced with a new crisis: the COVID-19 pandemic.
List
  • ali haider
    Published 8 days ago
    List of dermatologists in Islamabad.

    List of dermatologists in Islamabad.

    Every one wants to enjoy a healthy and glowing skin. Largest organ of body, skin, is actually first layer of defense against microbes and germs. Overall state of health is reflected through skin. With every passing day new ailments of skin are emerging. People have started to address their skin problems. Dermatology has been recognized and widely accepted. Dermatology is medical field which is related to skin, hair, nails and mucous membrane. A dermatologist is a specialist doctor who deals with all functions and ailments related to skin. They also deal with problems of hair and nails. Dermatology is a wide field. It includes:
  • Deia De Marco
    Published 16 days ago
    10 Ways to Battle Quarantine Blues
  • Ashley Nestler, MSW
    Published 20 days ago
    5 STEPS FOR USING BOOKS AS THERAPY DURING SELF-ISOLATION

    5 STEPS FOR USING BOOKS AS THERAPY DURING SELF-ISOLATION

    Books have always been a safe haven for me. Ever since I was young, I have found solace in and healing through reading. My healing experience with reading has led me to become a huge advocate for Bibliotherapy (the use of books as therapeutic tools). I am so excited to share this easily accessible form of therapy with you! Now is an excellent time to practice using books as therapy if you are self-isolating, and reading is something that you can share with anyone (including little ones) in your home.
Meditation
Mental Health
  • Lewis Jefferies
    Published about 4 hours ago
    Joe Wicks Has Saved My Mental Health During This Uncertain Time

    Joe Wicks Has Saved My Mental Health During This Uncertain Time

    Shoes laced up, sunglasses on. It’s all a go go. When I first saw about the Mind 27 27 challenge, I instantly signed up to help raise money for the charity, as mental health is something, I hold close to my heart. It’s a real thing. Being a university student myself, I fall into the category of the 27% of students reporting a mental health problem.
  • Alexa Stewards
    Published a day ago
    Mental Wellness Routine to Follow for a Healthy Lifestyle in 2020

    Mental Wellness Routine to Follow for a Healthy Lifestyle in 2020

    Mental health influences your life more than you think. Despite our hectic schedules and busy lives, we still manage to keep our body physically fit while taking good care of diet, doing exercises, gym, and whatnot. Unfortunately, during this, most of us forget to take care of our mental wellness.
  • Fleur Aalsma
    Published a day ago
    body image

    body image

    Scrolling through instagram. All the beautiful bodies you see. Even though they probably are photoshoppend and fake, you still keep comparing your body to theirs. Asking yourself if you are beautiful. Are stretch marks pretty? My rolls? My acne? My cellulite? My wrinkles? My small boobies? My big boobies? My big thighs? My big butt? My small butt? Whatever it is, you should know that everyone has the same problems. everyone has it and everyone is insecure about something.
Yoga
  • sierra skelly
    Published 8 days ago
    The Best Yoga Poses to do for Sleep

    The Best Yoga Poses to do for Sleep

    In everyday life, it’s easy to get caught up in our daily activities and forget to take time for ourselves to relax. Often, we are busy from the moment we wake up to the moment we go to bed.
  • Justin Lubomirsky
    Published 12 days ago
    Mindfulness and Yoga Exercises for Kids

    Mindfulness and Yoga Exercises for Kids

    The coronavirus pandemic has put our everyday lives on hold, forcing schools to close and kids to spend most of their time inside at home. Even if they have an outdoor space like a backyard available to them, your kid(s) might be starting to go a bit-stir crazy (as you may be, as well).
  • Darienne Lewis
    Published 15 days ago
    Yoga When You're Sick

    Yoga When You're Sick

    Despite the warnings, I traveled eight hours by car to Georgia. Coronavirus was not going to stop me from attending my little sister’s gender reveal party.