Let's change the way we see health
Mix-and-match different grains, seeds, and nuts to mix it up and add some variety to your breakfast.
I’ve received a lot of questions about the Instant Pot, so I thought I’d review this amazing appliance.
By researching and planning, I managed to get my grocery bill to about $40 for 2 people.
Eating on a budget it is completely doable when you plan your meals and shop around.
The hard parts of life can be scary, but knowing we have people there for us can be the biggest help of all.
We can all use Valentine’s month as an opportunity to reflect upon the universal feeling that is love.
Having a family and friends to celebrate with— no matter how many or few— is a huge blessing,
We’ve all got that “one song” where the second we hear the introduction we can’t help but move.
Welcome to the new “Songs That…” series, featuring go-to songs from you, The WIMH Community.
After 23 playlists, and ton of self-discovery, it’s time to highlight your contributions, your opinions, and your voices.
It's amazing what a little adjustment can do to help us accomplish our goals.
I like to revamp my collection as often as possible and am always interested in what other people are listening to.
There is an incredible sense of power that comes with being an artist; you can literally create whatever you want
Remove “good” and “bad” from your vocabulary— one unhealthy meal will not destroy your efforts.
There’s nothing wrong with striving to be your best self. Here’s what to do when you’ve “failed” again.
How to find time to stay healthy while dealing with the daily demands life throws at you.
4 daily reminders to help you implement self-love and body acceptance long BEFORE you obtain your dream body.
No matter the individual differences between humans, we all were created to eat REAL food.
Now that you’re free from the scale, what to focus on, how different you’ll feel, etc.
The science behind why stressing over the number on the scale is bad for our bodies and minds.
Having trouble losing those "extra" 5 pounds? The relationship you have with your scale may be the problem.
I didn’t realize that animal products are hiding everywhere, or what an adjustment it would be to give that up.
Runners eat just as much during maintenance training, “but if I’m not running all those miles, what should I eat?”
One of my fellow WIMH writers went vegan, and it got me curious.
Starting a new job caused me to reflect on the ups and downs of how I got here.
To run faster, you have to train faster. Here’s a recipe to make after a tough speed workout.
If you’re looking for some literary enrichment, here are seven recommended reads from 2017.
The combination of being impulsive and having a sweet tooth is tough.
There’s a lot of inspiration to be found in the movies to help us through our holiday health struggles.
Some exercises can be rote and repetitive. This workout requires focus and problem-solving.
My “decision” to change my diet has actually been more of a natural life progression, based on my own moral code.
Unemployment can force you to be hyper-conscious of your eating habits, and to learn something new about them.
Losing your job and getting a new one takes a bit. Here’s a four-step plan for not losing your mind.
Though self-help books can sometimes be “fluffy,” these three offer valuable substance.
Communication is a skill, and a two-way street on which we all have some responsibility.
If the best workout is the one you actually do, I think second place goes to the workout that actually challenges you.
This app helps keep me accountable, even if it comes off a bit snarky sometimes.
How do I maintain my healthy eating habits on vacation? I don’t.
Comfort food isn’t the only thing with powerful nostalgic properties.
It's time to put more thought into the way we breathe.
I ate poorly for a week and decided to look into not what I ate, but why I ate it.
Crossfit marks my first foray into my frugal fitness plan.
Isn’t picking a restaurant so annoying sometimes? I like to sidestep that by picking a country out of a bag.
Varying up your workout is great for you. I’m going to start, courtesy of Groupon.
People often equate eating healthy with eating light, which is hard to do when you’re active.
If you get a tattoo, people are going to ask what it means.
You still must own the negatives in your life, but It’s important to be able to see the positives.
With any new administration comes uncertainty. How will these tumultuous times impact our health?
I had never been strong enough to get healthy by myself until finally, I decided it was time to start working at it again.
Sometimes, there is a difference between what we want and what we need.
One of my greatest struggles is binge eating- it's like an out of body experience.
The person who signs up for a marathon and the person who finishes the marathon is not the same person!
Emotions are not bad as long as we choose to respond appropriately, despite some negative feelings.
No matter how good we may be at something, there is always room to learn something new.
Every action that you and I take, will always have an effect on the others and the world around us.
When we put what’s going on in the infinite depths of our mind onto paper, the possibilities are endless.
No matter who you are, you can greatly benefit from mentorship if you are open and willing to learn.
It’s what we do with our time, not how much we have of it, that really matters.
Feedback is one of the greatest tools available to us for personal growth.
It's in our nature to lead an active lifestyle.
Achieving success in most things we do in our lives is often a direct result from our strong foundations.
Having a vision for our lives can help give us something to move toward.
Our discipline and willpower is like a muscle, the more we flex it, the stronger it gets.
If the idea of developing a meditation practice has piqued your interest, start here.
When we let go of what we are, we begin accessing what we might be capable of doing and becoming.
I believe that the biggest contributions we can make to the world come from being ourselves.
If I were to ask you what you tend to focus on in life, what would your answer be?
We will never be able to stop our thoughts, but through practice, we can train ourselves to be more present.
What if every time you faced adversity, you got excited, happy, and grateful instead of bitter?
Giving 100% effort is great, except when it applies through working through fitness injuries.
People look forward to summer, with great weather, parties, and plenty of opportunities to show some skin.
You've built your bargain home gym, now here are some workout plans for both beginner and advanced exercisers.
The best trainer for you may not always be the one who has the most Instagram followers.
The end of the year often brings thoughts of “goal crushing.” Here are 3 basic goals to strive for.
Time is a common excuse for not working out. Here's how to save time by bringing the gym to us.
The phrase “everything happens for a reason” was hard to grasp, especially when the reasons didn’t make sense to me.
For as much time as I had spent agonizing over what to say, these words just came out without any thought.
I didn’t expect spirituality to take on the meaningful role it has taken on in my life— it kind of just happened.
Wouldn’t it be nice if when things weren’t going your way, you could simply reboot and try again?
Having an outlet can be the difference between simply functioning and not functioning at all.
New beginnings can feel both refreshing and daunting. Which one it is, depends on your perspective.
Doing something for yourself is not selfish. Everybody needs to take care of their own selves, some of the time.
Making an effort to understand our emotions can help us to express what we need.
Self-acceptance and self-understanding are the keys to expressing myself more fully.
Once we know what causes anxiety and why, we can focus on how to address it.
My plan for coping with anxiety starts by digging deeper into what I'm anxious about and why.
Letting go is hard, but in many cases, it's the best thing for us.
When I was younger, I hardly resisted what others suggested that I do. Finally, I’m hearing my true self speak.
The idea that somebody “knows us better than we know ourselves” begs the question: How well do you know yourself?
Amazing things can happen when we identify what's important to us and find strength in moments of weakness.
Through all the difficulty it may bring, OCD can have its share of silver linings.
When anxiety, medication, and therapy didn't make sense, I leaned on numbers.
Have you ever been tense from watching a suspenseful movie? Imagine what it might be like to feel this way all the time.
Originally, I thought going to therapy for my OCD wasn't a choice. Now, I wonder about my experience.
Neither I nor my family had any idea what OCD was until one night, I started repeating myself for no reason at all.
When the things that are causing unease, restlessness, and frustration can't be resolved with tangible changes,
OCD goes far beyond washing hands and repeatedly checking stoves and locked doors.
You don't have to wait until someone dies to need to grieve.
Labels tend to do more damage than good. Being mindful of this can help us show more compassion and understanding.
Hindsight is usually 20/20. In my experience, clarity comes after you accept responsibility for your future, regardless of your past.
Many people mistake that racial differences are the problem, but race is merely a symptom.
Our society and history have been wounded for quite some time now. What can we do to help?
Can we as a society diminish, if not end generations of abuse and harassment? Arguably, we can.
In many cases of sexual oppression, there is the phenomenon of victims downplaying the severity of the event.
Sexual oppression can happen to anybody, regardless of gender identity or orientation.
Identifying what sexual oppression looks and sounds like, and defining “the line."
To better our collective social and mental health, we need to understand each other on an emotional and psychological level.
There are many natural ways to cope with the symptoms of depression.
We all experience depression on some level, though we may experience it differently and deal with it in a variety of manners.
A year ago, I began a men’s group, a place for guys to feel safe talking about our lives without covering up with machismo.
Thirteen minutes away from the end of a workout, I felt a painful twitch.
Diving into a new healthy nutritional lifestyle can be scary, but there are simple steps that you can take to make changes.
I’m always thrilled to help others, but it’s even sweeter when it’s family.
There’s a common misnomer about what it takes to be your own boss. Truth is, you actually have to work.
How becoming a health and wellness coach has taught me to say, “Yes.”
Have you ever thought to yourself, “Wow, I didn’t accomplish anything today”?
Growing up, we're molded to attend school, go to college, and get a job, but maybe following "the plan" isn't what will make you happy.
New Year’s Resolutions; how often do we actually keep them? Whatever your goals are for 2017, here's a suggestion.
The holiday season can be one of the happiest times of my life. Three years ago, it was also one of the darkest.
Dispelling a few common diet fads to help you choose your approach to food.
Here are some healthful tips that may help you navigate your holiday season!
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