• Lager, Sir, is regal.
• A nut for a jar of tuna.
• I roamed under it as a tired, nude Maori.
• Lived on decaf, faced no devil.
• I did roll. Or did I?
• Too hot to hoot.
• Darn ocelots stole Conra... Read more
Most of us are pretty good at losing at least some weight. But keeping it off? Not so much. Half of women say they gain the weight back within six months. Stop the ups and downs by taking a big-picture approach. Dieters fail because they ar... Read more
1. Rewire your brain. If you know that constantly thinking negatively about your body teaches your brain to focus on the bad stuff, why not flip the script? It's absolutely possible to create neural pathways that favor affirming thoughts. Ke... Read more
It's hard to jump high and feel down at the same time.
Sometimes the loneliest moments are the ones that show you HOW STRONG YOU REALLY ARE.
The riskier the endeavor, the more exhilarating the reward.
Spending just five minutes ou... Read more
Being happy in the midst of the difficulties of human life is a wonderful art, a great accomplishment. Learning to be happy is perhaps the most important skill we can develop in life. So, how can we learn? Here are 3 key lessons to get you st... Read more
DO wear clothes that fit well and skim your body. Baggy or loose clothing emphasizes size. Accentuate your assets with good makeup and attention grabbing accessories. For example, a bright scarf flatters and draws attention upwards.
Choos... Read more
The minute you lose interest in learning is the minute you risk becoming ignorant. So read. Volunteer. Go to museums. Take a class. Meditate. Never stop education yourself, and you'll be the most interesting person you know.
"Even if ... Read more
1. Noise Control
Creating "white noise" with a fan or air conditioner can block outside disturbances. It can also be very soothing. Heavy curtains, double-pane windows, and rugs are also good ways to block and absorb noice. And when all els... Read more
PROVERBS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
Night rinses what the day has soaped.
It’s not the fault of the post that the blind man can’t see it.
God deliver me from a man of one book.
—E... Read more
Avoid big meals before bed.
It's best to finish eating at least 2-3 hours before your regular bedtime. If you're hungry, a light snack high in carbohydrates like bread or cereal may actually help you fall asleep.
Avoid caffeine in the ev... Read more
Getting 7-8 hours of sleep each night is crucial to overall physical and emotional health. But sometimes getting the sleep you need is more difficult than you'd expect.
How much you sleep can affect how good you feel. Ever get to bed a lit... Read more
This month, in between penning sweet notes to loved ones, dash one off to yourself too. People who wrote themselves an uplifting letter every day for a week got a boost in spirits for up to six months afterward. Try it: For the next seven day... Read more