95. Make Time

The hour you give yourself for self-care pays you back three. Think you’re too busy? The busier you are, the more effective and energetic you need to be, and the less time you have to get sick.


The Case of the Lost Laptop

Every once in a while, I screw up in a way that turns out to be a blessing in disguise.




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Revolutionary Act No. 2: Want to Reduce Stress? Eliminate Annoyances

This January, in honor of my 44th birthday, I resolved to fix, change, organize, replace or otherwise deal with anything that had been driving me bonkers.




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A Manifesto for Thriving in a Mixed-Up World

We’re living in a society that is wired up to make us sick, overweight, depressed and stressed out.We can change this mixed-up reality.We can reclaim our well-being and create a better, more blissful world.




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Take Back Your Time

John De Graaf offers amazing research and insights on the impact of overwork and stress. www.timeday.org  




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Back on Schedule

Back on Schedule

How to stop overcommitting your time — and start doing what matters most.




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Take a Break

Random moments of “unproductive” time don’t just make you healthier, happier, and more resilient. They help you work smarter, too.




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25 Ways to Make Time for Fitness

Too busy to work out? Doubtful. The truth: Finding moments to move is entirely within your grasp.




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The Art of Self-Care

Overcoming barriers to self-care can be difficult, especially for women. But making time and space for ourselves — and getting over any residual emotional guilt — is critical to our well-being and happiness. In the long run, it’s better for those around us, too.




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Where Fitness Fits In

In the context of other life priorities — such as career and family — sometimes our workout plans have to give a little. But how much, and for how long?




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