You are more than a body, and for that reason alone you can learn to love your body and respect its purpose in helping you bring light into this world.
Letting go does not mean giving up. Letting go of the bad habits that are sabotaging our happiness and stealing our peace is brilliant, courageous, liberating, and ultimately of service to ourselves and everyone we meet.
Each day is a new life, another chance to get it right. May your dreams of being happy and at peace inspire you, too, to live life to the fullest and to appreciate all the little things too often taken for granted.
By setting authentic new year intentions and keeping them close, we can carve a happier path for ourselves. Instead of destroying old habits this year, let’s consider the power of focusing on new energies.
Let’s remake our definition of love so that it’s more open and generous. Love is not a finite resource — the opportunities to experience the presence of love are limitless if we know what we’re looking for. With this perspective, the meaning of love is given new life, every moment.
Life is better with chocolate. If you’re looking for some lightened-up comfort foods for the holidays, these cheerful and chocolatey vegan dessert recipes are sure to delight.
The time you invest in yourself to reduce stress will deeply benefit you and everyone around you. Try one (or more) of these self-care strategies to stay cool, calm, and collected during the holidays.
Whether you’re new to meditation or you’ve been practicing for a long time, these guided meditations are excellent tools for restoring a sense of calm during a busy holiday season.
Apple cider vinegar is the ultimate multitasker–you can use it as a salad dressing, hair rinse, or an all-purpose cleaner. For the month of December, Thrive Market is giving away a free bottle of their organic apple cider vinegar (this is the good stuff)!
When holidays, birthdays, and any days worth celebrating roll around, it’s worth it to be thoughtful. Here’s a collection of meaningful gifts that stress this truth: it’s not how much we give that counts, it’s how much love we put into giving that makes a real difference.