In June, I hosted a Fast Company event in Las Vegas featuring some of the top thought leaders in the health and wellness space. I hosted two panels as a Fast Company Works Contributing Editor. Below you can check out the sizzle reel from my time there.
Science has proved that clutter in our physical world can lead to all sorts of ailments from procrastination and general dissatisfaction to increased anxiety and elevated stress hormones. Awareness of these side effects is helping us realize that the places we inhabit have become overrun with stuff—and that […]
Plenty of things can kill you, but one of the sneakiest and deadliest causes is something that most of us do for hours every day. Here are five subtle yoga moves you can do at your desk (without anyone looking at you like you’ve lost […]
With thousands of high-tech devices and apps flooding the meditation market today, find out whether using technology to find your zen can help or hurt your quest for inner peace.
Meet Molly Hayward, the female founder behind Cora, a period supply company that’s putting women and girls first and simultaneously doing good for the world.
Self-care has moved from taboo and self-indulgent to necessary for success in our fast-paced, hard-driving world because it’s become central to our creativity, our passion, and our sanity. Here are five subtle ways to practice it without drawing attention to yourself.
Lumme Labs is using wearable technology to help people break addiction, lose weight, and improve their lives.
Ashley Edwards knew as a teenager that she wanted to make an impact on the world. The 27-year-old started doing social justice work at the age of 14 and was fully steeped in it by the time she reached college. And after Edwards met Alina […]