In a previous issue, we talked about how we’re producing more kitchen scraps than we have in over 50 years… and how we can use
Americans are constantly ranked among the most stressed out people in the world.
And although there’s nothing wrong with a little stress, since it can give us the strength and urgency to carry on, big stress can be paralytic.
The disconnect between the constant, gnawing needling of the multitasking, compartmentalizing, organizing voice in the back of our heads and the little bit of stress that the human brain is designed to handle…
Fatigue is such a broad umbrella, getting to the bottom of it sometimes involves your doctor giving you the third degree. But that’s because generalized
The human body is home to trillions of microorganisms, known collectively as the microbiome. These tiny organisms play an important role in our overall health, including our athletic performance.
Taking care of yourself in a world that hopes you won’t is radical. Right?
But it doesn’t always look the way we think it will… It doesn’t always look like self-soothing. It doesn’t always look like saying “yes” to our momentary flashes of whims that we believe will stave off discomfort. It doesn’t always look like abdicating our responsibilities when we don’t believe there’s any more gas in the tank.
As our lives become increasingly busy, it’s common for our sleep schedules to suffer. We might stay up late working, watching TV, or scrolling through social media, and then struggle to wake up in the morning feeling rested and alert.