In his new international best-selling memoir "My Lovely Wife In The Psych Ward," writer Mark Lukach shares how he managed one of the most difficult experiences anyone could imagine after his wife, Giulia, suffered a sudden psychotic break three years into their marriage. We talked with him about the respite found on late-night beach runs and the importance of self-care in the face of tremendous adversity.Read more
Mindfulness is a practice you could start today—right now—with absolutely no training, and you can find it in the most unexpected places.
Whether you’re travelling for work or play, the last souvenir you want to bring home is a few extra pounds. Here are seven steps to living healthy on the road.
All workout and no play? That's no way to build an effective exercise habit. Here are just a few ways to mix up your routine and reinvigorate your approach to fitness.
Einstein said the definition of insanity is doing the same thing repeatedly and expecting different results. But when it comes to staying healthy, following the same routine for too long will eventually stop paying dividends, especially as we age. Here's how to keep it fresh for continued progress from your 20s through you twilight years.
We spent a morning with with Jesse Jacobs, founder of San Francisco's famous Samovar Tea, who kindly shared his advice on tea, health and meditation tips, and iced matcha (our new favorite energy drink).
Nearly 50 years ago, a Japanese scientist invented a workout that could be done anywhere and challenge even the best athletes in less time than it takes to make a cup of coffee.
James Bond started his day with a cold shower in Ian Fleming's novels. Aside from making you feel like a badass, the practice has health benefits you can experience immediately.
Cooking at home is one of the best ways to maintain a healthy diet, and we're always on the hunt for fast, nutritious, and filling meals. The Quick Six Fix just may be our new kitchen bible. Try these recipes for the perfect pasta dish and the best avocado toast you've ever had, courtesy of celebrity chef Stuart O'Keeffe.
It's been said, "Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body." Here are a few books that have caught our interest as a source of information, inspiration, or simply a great story.
We tested out the most popular sleep app on the market, Sleep Cycle, to see if it was a worthy replacement for your alarm clock.
Will Maloney, a healthy lifestyle blogger, former Stanford strength coach, and top Equinox trainer, shares some nightly habits that will set you up for a revitalizing night.