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You know what might feel good? Giving a little more attention to your feet.
A recent podcast guest spoke about a useful life tip she picked up from a fictional character in a book.
If you’re upset about a mistake you made or even something heavier, such as a relationship that ended, be kind to yourself.
Anything you can do in less than a minute, do without delay.
Did you realize just how powerful our breath can really be?
Have you ever taken a few minutes to think about your expectations -- expectations about life, the people around you, and yourself?
In case you missed it, Richard “White Boy Rick” Wershe Jr. was released earlier this week from a Florida halfway house. They were his first steps of freedom since he was ...
Maybe you bump into someone on the street who you haven’t seen in a while. It might feel natural to say something if that person looks different -- for example, if he or ...
If you’re a person who receives lots of email newsletters, or even just lots of email in general, journalist Ann Friedman offered this advice: Sometimes you have to give ...
Anyone who loves tomatoes knows just how good they can be in the summertime.
On this day 50 years ago, the former Post Office Department changed over and became the United States Postal Service. And in case you’re thinking “yawn,” there’s actually...
Do you ever intend to get outside, only to be stopped by the rain?
“The Best Advice Show” is a podcast all about giving advice, as the name implies.
When Michael Franti -- a musician, filmmaker and activist -- gets into an argument with his wife, they fall back on one phrase: Do you want to be right, or do you want to...
“Self-care” is a term that’s thrown around a lot, said a recent guest on “The Best Advice Show.”
Leah Penniman, a farmer with Soul Fire Farm and the author of “Farming While Black,” has three basic steps that we could all follow, to continue fighting racism in our co...
Even though life, in some ways, has started returning to normal, it’s safe to say that many of us still aren’t driving our cars as often as usual.
It’s safe to say that we’re living through some very difficult times, so making sure you find a way to unplug and find an escape before bed could help you stay sane.
You might have been a little confused when you read the headline of this story -- or had some questions -- but just ask author Drew Philp about how incredible it is to ea...
Considering everything that’s going on in the world right now, it seems as if a lot of people are asking themselves, “What can we do?”
Writing thank-you notes can feel like a chore -- but it shouldn’t. Perhaps this is a practice you should re-introduce, or introduce, into your life.
Considering all the recent events swirling in the world around us, perhaps there’s never been a more important time to listen.