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Workouts That Are Easy on Your Body and Your Wallet

You want to lower your stress, increase your muscle tone, and stop your thoughts from running away with you — all good things, of course — so you hit a local yoga studio or your favorite gym and enlist in a “beginners” class or series. Next thing...

6 Surprising Ways You Stress Yourself Out

You do yoga five days a week, meditate and even splurge on a monthly massage. So why are you still feeling so agitated all the time? Getting to the bottom of the sources of stress in your life won’t just put a smile on your face. It can also...

Cut Costs on Common Medical Expenses

Just because you have health insurance doesn’t mean you’re in the clear when it comes to covering all of your medical expenses. Some medical treatments — from IVF to acupuncture — may not be covered or may include out-of-pocket costs. An...

5 Ways Commuting is Ruining Your Health — and Life

Around 2.2 million U.S. workers have a daily commute of at least an hour to and from work, according to the “American Community Survey” by the U.S. Census, and 600,000 full-time workers are so-called super-commuters, spending 90 minutes and...

Speak Up or Let It Slide? How to Deal With Drama

We don’t need to watch bad reality TV to be exposed to interpersonal drama. As employees, we spend nearly three hours a week grappling with interoffice politics that have nothing to do with our job descriptions, according to a recent report from...

Quick and (Nearly) Cost-Free Mood Boosters That Actually Work

My home may not be the fanciest or boast the most square footage, but it does have something I consider priceless: a view of New York City’s famous Central Park. Over breakfast, I like to listen to the birds sing. When I’m feeling lazy, one...

Good for You and for Your Wallet

Recently, I tallied up how much I spend a year on my favorite shoes and it ran upwards of $700 a year. Only, I’m not buying slinky heels or cute ballet flats. Instead, I’m replacing pair after pair of very unfashionable running shoes every two...

Can You Tell Good Guilt From Bad?

If you haven’t felt bad about something in the past 24 hours, might want to check your pulse. Why? Because guilt, over things big and small, is rampant no matter who you are. Take me for instance. I waste stupid amounts of time feeling guilty...

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