5 Healthy Ways to Prevent End of Year Burn Out

Below includes original editorial content from The Huffington Post. The final stretch of the year can sometimes feel like the hardest. As the New Year approaches, there is often pressure to finish (or even start) all the things you haven’t quite gotten around to. Not to mention the added stress the holidays can bring from…

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Finally a Good Night’s Sleep

This post was brought to you by our featured guest blogger Meridith Dennis, co-founder and CEO of Project Eve. When you’re going through menopause, sleeping through the night seems like an impossible dream. Insomnia and sleep disturbances caused by hot flashes leave many menopausal women tossing and turning or waking up drenched in sweat. Restless…

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How All That Holiday Eating Can Affect Your Sleep

Below includes original editorial content from The Huffington Post.  From Thanksgiving feasts to New Year’s celebrations, the holiday season is all about indulgence. Whether it’s that extra pieces of pumpkin pie or another round of champagne, it can be hard to resist excessively eating and drinking during the festivities. While most people are aware that…

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The Importance of Restful Sleep During the Holidays

This post is brought to you by our featured guest blogger, FitFluential. “Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.” Oh, if only that were true. As we get closer to the holidays, it seems like we’re sleeping less and less, and stressing more…

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Holiday Prep: Kids, Guests & Fitness Know-How

Holiday tips to help prep for family and YOU. The holiday season is here. And its busy, busy, busy. You’ve got gifts to wrap, cookies to bake, and a house to clean for the awaited arrival of your guests. Yet your kids still need your attention and can’t forget about taking care of yourself either.…

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Keep Holiday Weight Gain at Bay with 20-Minute Equipment-Free Exercises

Brought to you by wellness expert, fitness instructor, and featured guest blogger, Jasmine Madson. If you’re like me, finding time for fitness in between last night’s holiday soiree, preparing for tomorrow’s year-end office potluck and this weekend’s pursuit of the gift for the brother who has everything (how did you end up with his name…

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The Key to a Good Night’s Sleep? Finding Purpose

Living a meaningful life has many benefits — serenity, happiness, making the world a better place. But did you know it also correlates to better sleep? People who feel they have a purpose in life report fewer sleep disturbances, as well as improved sleep quality, over a long period of time, according to a study…

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Sleep Routines of Creative Types

Creative people think differently. Turns out, they also sleep differently. How to develop sleep routines that work with, not against, your creative process. Here are some sleep habits of creative people, both the good and the not-so-good. Good Habit: Dream On It Dreaming can help tackle a creative project. According to The Telegraph and other…

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Why You Need To Go To Bed Early Tonight

Below includes original editorial content from The Huffington Post. To a surprising, and almost humiliating extent, some of the gravest problems we face during a day can be traced back to a brutally simple fact: that we have not had enough sleep the night before. The idea sounds profoundly offensive. There are surely greater issues…

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