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We tried the top 5 therapy apps & these are the best

He says these apps are, in effect, reducing the cost of a typical in-person therapy session by replacing it with text messaging that may, or may not, include live video or phone sessions. The apps solve two big problems: They make therapy more affordable, plus they make it more accessible to people in areas where it isn’t readily available.

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13 apps & products that will improve your quality of life

(2 days ago) Things app. If you want a personal assistant in your pocket, then download the Things app. Conde Nast named it one of the best apps for travel because it can keep track of the trip-planning process, but it is so much more. Things creates checklists, to-do lists and shopping lists, and it allows you to move things around and shift things as your

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Apps and podcasts to help boost your inner peace

(4 days ago) Untangle is a podcast connected to the Meditation Studios apps. The thing that makes this podcast unique is that the episodes focus on real people, their specific anxiety issues and why they may need meditation. This is paired with experts, who give advice on practical issues and weigh in on interesting breakthroughs in metaphysical and

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6 Health benefits of being celibate

(3 days ago) 1. It gives you more mental focus and clarity. There are actually a few purely practical health benefits to being celibate. Adina Mahalli, a certified relationship consultant and sexual health expert for Maple Holistics, discussed with us how not having sex frees up your focus. “Sex is great, but thinking about it all the time can easily

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7 things you can do to increase your emotional intelligence

(5 days ago) MORE: We tried the top 5 therapy apps & these are the best. 2. Listen “One of the biggest things that people want is to be heard,” says Gharrity. “To be able to express their view, their feelings and even frustrations, completely, without defense or attempts to fix it.” That doesn’t mean you have to agree with them or do as they say.

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How much time you should actually spend on social media

(1 days ago) Worse yet, software developers harness this to make devices and apps even more habit-forming. There’s also some evidence that heavy social media use is associated with a lower attention span — perhaps because your brain gets used to quick hits of information, rather than being able to sit more patiently with one idea at a time.

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10 Valentine's Day appetizers that are perfect for sharing

(1 days ago) Valentine's Day doesn't have to be just for lovers. Breaking bread with loved ones, no matter the relationship status, is a fulfilling way to honor your special someones. We found 10 Valentine's Day appetizers to bring to your table.

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How to hack your brain: The secret to more happiness

(Just Now) Are there any apps that you personally recommend that you think are really helpful in providing that accountability? TS: I love HabitShare. I like HabitShare because you can have an unlimited number of things on there that you’re working on. You can customize them really quite specifically. Let’s say you’ve got 10 habits you’re tracking

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New ways to challenge yourself in 2019

(7 days ago) If you need to pace yourself so you can build endurance, there are apps like Aaptiv designed to train you every day that won’t break the bank (less than $10 a month). Charity Miles is an app that tracks the miles you run or walk and lets you accrue money for the charity of your choice.

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7 Tips to fight the culture of business, reduce stress

(1 days ago) MORE: We tried the top 5 therapy apps & these are the best. 3. I work from home. In the new gig economy, people have more flexibility to work from home and they have more control over how busy they are. I work from home, or at my favorite coffee shop, which cuts out about two hours of commuting each day.

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How to ease anxiety around the presidential election

(5 days ago) Digital clipping apps like Flipboard and Pocket are a great resource for managing your consumption. You can flag things you’re interested in reading but may be too overwhelmed to read in one sitting, and then you can circle back around to them later. Step away from social media

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How to meditate when you’re terrible at meditating

(3 days ago) Just acknowledge that your mind drifted, let the thought go, and refocus on the body scan, right where you left off. A guided body scan meditation can be extra-helpful when you’re just starting out, and there are a lot of great free options in apps, podcasts and on …

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Friendsgiving drinking games that will make your party lit

(1 days ago) Please try again later. 4. True American from “New Girl”. You and your friends can channel another famous, albeit fictional, group of friends during your holiday fete: “New Girl”’s Jess, Nick, Schmidt, Winston and Cece. All you have to do is borrow their notorious drinking game, True American.

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Is low-fat the way to go for you to become your best self

(6 days ago) Spinach and artichoke mini stuffed peppers. You just can’t go wrong with spinach and artichoke anything. But if you are looking for a delectable appetizer or snack that is a little more on the healthy side, definitely give these spinach and artichoke mini stuffed peppers, from Real Housemoms, a try.They are still packed with all the great flavors you know and love, like cream cheese

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5 ways gratitude can save your holidays

(6 days ago) Meditation apps can guide you through 10 minutes to make it even easier. 4. Pause before eating. Start each meal with gratitude. Some families have a tradition of saying grace at the table. You don’t have to be religious for this to resonate. You can just simply say “thank you” to Earth, to the farmers and to the people who sell the food

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It just isn't the holidays without indulgence

(6 days ago) Reports of holiday weight gain are grossly exaggerated, with the media sometime suggesting gains of 7 to 10 pounds between Thanksgiving and Christmas, sending my Weight Watchers sisters into hyperventilation and our point-counting apps into overdrive.

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How to get the best family photos this holiday season

(7 days ago) If you’re using your phone to take these pictures, there are, of course, good old-fashioned selfies (as well as selfie sticks), but you can also download a variety of apps that work like a camera timer to allow you to get a little distance from the lens. Couple that with a flexible mini tripod to hold your smartphone in place, and you’re

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Vegan cheese board: How to build an impressive one

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Step-by-step guide to planning your Valentine's Day

(2 days ago) Most theaters let you buy tickets — same day or in advance — quickly and easily through their sites or smartphone apps. Here are a few places to search for showtimes and get tickets.

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Holiday health tips: How to maintain your wellness routine

(6 days ago) Holiday health tip 4: Learn to zen out without totally zoning out. The benefits of mindfulness are well-established, from increased focus to better sleep and a stronger immune system . If meditation is a huge part of your wellness routine, travel is a stressful proposition. Mastering deep mediation can be difficult under the best of

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16 dos & don'ts for smoother Thanksgiving air travel

(3 days ago) DO: Download some travel apps. When booking hotels, your smartphone can be the best place to find a great deal. Many hotels offer increasingly bigger discounts to fill their empty rooms the closer you get to your stay.

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How social media is affecting your relationships & how to

(Just Now) Technology can actually help us get together more in person, if we’re willing to use it that way — for example, by using automated calendars and poll apps to streamline making group plans. It’s easier than ever to find a way for multiple people to meet up, rather than taking two weeks to find the perfect date and time (or giving up

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Most women don't know about withdrawal bleeding, but they

(1 days ago) Many different types of birth control are available: pills, barrier methods, IUDs, fertility apps. Some contain hormones, and some do not. (Bedsider.org is a fantastic resource for birth control method comparison.) No current medical information says that a withdrawal bleed is bad for your health; it’s just not necessary.

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(4 days ago) Julie Sprankles. Julie Sprankles is a general writer for Grateful. Her work as an entertainment, lifestyle, and travel writer has appeared on top sites such as USA Today, Yahoo, HuffPost, MSN, NatGeo Green Living, Teen Vogue and more. She's also contributed content for a wide range of major brands as well, including Target, Levi’s, Land Rover

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The fattest, cheesiest Friendsgiving food menu ever

(6 days ago) Want individual apps? Wrap a grape in blue cheese and stick a toothpick in it. Blue cheese is not subtle but, then again, neither is your Great-Aunt Lydia’s perfume. Since Friendsgiving gives you a break from the latter, your nose can handle a little Eau de Fromage. Besides, this combo of sweet fruit and blue cheese is a worthy bite.

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Orange cranberry French toast bake is an unexpected brunch

(4 days ago) Preheat oven to 350 F. Bake, covered, for 40 minutes. Remove foil and bake for an additional 20-25 minutes, until center is firm. Dust with powdered sugar and serve. This orange cranberry French toast bake pairs perfectly with a pumpkin spice latte. Get a healthier recipe of the fall favorite drink below. YouTube.

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