When life gets you down, you need a little pick-me-up that can get you back on track. Sometimes that’s a cup of tea, sometimes it’s a workout, and sometimes it’s a book that inspires you to look at life in a whole new way. While motivational books aren’t for everyone, people around the world swear by their power to change lives. Offering different perspectives, stories, theories and techniques, they open up new ways of thinking and give a burst of energy to people who feel demoralized or lost. Best of all, there’s a motivational book out there for everyone, from athletes to business leaders.We’ve rounded up the best of the best that’ll have you changing your outlook in no time!
Patchouli oil is a common additive in perfumes and incense due to its pleasing scent described as woody, spicy, and sweet. Patchouli oil is a popular choice for diffusing or applying on the skin. Many people report it helps balance their mood and emotions and can be useful in de-stressing at the end of the day. Some people use it as a part of their skincare routine, too. Here is our review of four patchouli oils, so you can find the right blend for you.
Having fashionable and functional headbands can be harder than it seems. There’s tons of different versions out there, but not all actually have the look you want and are comfortable. To make it easy for you, we searched far and wide to find the right women’s headbands you’ve been wanting. We put together the perfect list in today’s write up, to match any look and style you want. Enjoy!
Inline skating is a great hobby that is making a huge comeback, not only kids but adults as well. It’s good exercise, it'ssuper fun, and is an easy way to get outside more often. We decided to pick out a few different pairs of women’s inline skates to help you get started. Whether you are buying a pair for yourself, your kids, or as a gift, we’ve got you covered in today’s round up.
How one pose changed his life and how playing "the edge" could change yours.
The founder of Kundalini Yoga in the West is implicated in dozens of sexual assault and harassment claims according to an independent investigation conducted by An Olive Branch.
Yoga teacher Karena Virginia discusses the collective grief of COVID-19 and what it can teach us. Plus, six tips to jumpstart your own deep healing process.
Use yoga shapes to strengthen and stretch this important core muscle.
For thousands of years, classical Chinese medicine has used nutrition to treat imbalances. Here, we make the practice’s principles of energetics-based dietary therapy more digestible.
As we continue with social distancing to protect ourselves and others during a pandemic, we have become more aware with this idea of “taking up space” in the world. This sequence is designed to help you safely inhabit both internal and external space.
As stress levels rise with COVID-19, more and more people are turning to technology to help them find moments of respite and peace.
Our Family's Doing Yoga—a new kids book by SonJoria Sydnor—helps to expand what yoga looks and feels like. Here, why it belongs on every child's bookshelf.
As anxiety spikes across the U.S., emerging studies show a possible link between meditation and cardiovascular health.
With nootropics constantly flooding the market, we’re here to separate the noble from the nonsense.
Icing and massaging your skin is known to reduce redness and puffiness, tighten fine line and wrinkles, and can even be an effective remedy for migraines. But rubbing an ice cube or bag of frozen peas on your face can be messy and melty. The solution: ice and metal rollers. Simply place one of the below gadgets—handheld devices filled with water or gel in the freezer for 10-15 minutes and then treat yourself to a gentle massage.
If you stay active high-impact, repetitive activities like yoga, hiking, running, or walking, chances are you’ve been plagued by shin splints, which happen when you overload your leg muscles and tendons. Find some much-needed relief with these cold and hot wraps, that soothe and compress your muscles and joints. Heat from the hot pack can increase blood flow and reduce joint stiffness, while cold packs can provide cold therapy relief to recent injuries. Chill the pack in the refrigerator or freezer or warm the pack in a microwave or hot water before applying it to the injured spot. Both heating and cooling tools should be applied for 20 minutes at a time, three times per day.
If you find traditional mascara to be annoyingly clumpy and flaky, fiber mascara may just be for you. Instead of the traditional liquid filler in your average mascara, fiber mascara uses super small nylon, silk or rayon fibers add length to your lashes. This gives a more volumizing effect and can be easier on sensitive eyes than traditional mascara. We’ve rounded up our favorite picks below depending on how complicated your makeup routine is.