You don't need to reduce clutter in order to feel good. These random acts of kindness not only give you a mental boost, they may also improve your physical health.
Feelings of FOMO, or that your life isn't as you'd imagined it would be, are normal . . . and a sign to pause and get back in touch with what truly matters to you, says Sonima's psychologist.
If you ever worry that you're bragging about your accomplishments, you probably aren't. Instead, consider working on your self-esteem with this practice from Sonima's psychologist.
Thinking how your life stacks up versus your friend’s can leave you feeling lost and unsatisfied. Here, Sonima's psychologist offers a practice to help identify what you truly desire.
Learn how to truly leave work at the office for a more balanced, mindful home life.
Supporting a partner after the death of a parent can lead to compassion fatigue. Sonima's psychologist shares why self-care is essential in order for you to be able to help them move forward.
Yes, you've got to do the work to get results. But much like how you approach your career, you've got to work smarter, not harder, to master your fitness goals.
Picture this: Learn how to perform this powerful technique to help set yourself up for success at the gym, at the office, and in your life. You'll be unstoppable.
We could all use a little professional help now and then. Find out if a health coach is what you need to finally reach your wellness goals.
The charismatic Los Angeles-based fitness instructor opens up about the practices and philosophies that have shaped her journey over time.
If you’ve been out of sorts emotionally, a few simple lifestyle changes could help you feel happier, relaxed, and balanced.
Renowned neurologist, Kulreet Chaudhary, M.D., reveals in her new book these six secrets (and more) to overall health, mental clarity, and weight loss.
With cold and flu season upon us, be sure to arm yourself with the best DIY defense and win winter by a nose.
New science suggests that office workers need to stand up for at least two hours a day to improve their health. This quick after-work workout helps you add extra time on your feet after a long day in your seat.
One woman investigates the cause of her personal energy crisis and stumbles across a hidden health epidemic that is affecting more people than you think.