If it’s done right, decluttering is about more than cleaning out your closet — it’s also about decluttering your soul.
Happiness is all you want in life. So why do you feel so miserable? Maybe it’s because you thought you could find happiness by looking for it.
Brisk walking is easy. Who knew that just putting one foot in front of the other could be so good for your body, mind and soul?
Being nice isn’t just the right thing to do. According to researchers, it’s how to get ahead in your career and personal life.
I’m addicted to watching the Olympics. It’s exciting. It’s fun. And it feels patriotic. But why does it also leave me feeling a little icky?
Need to silence your inner narrative? There’s a cure for thinking too much that I found on a recent hiking trip with my brothers.
Half of all U.S. workers will freelance by 2020 — and that may not be a bad thing. Here’s why the gig economy is good news for your soul.
It’s a crazy election cycle and the fear mongers are working overtime. But when we give into fear we lose something sacred. We stop being fully alive.
Now that I’m officially middle age, my regrets are starting to add up. But I’m learning that regrets aren’t failures. They’re sign posts.
Want a simpler life? Over the past few years, we’ve started to practice simple living as a spiritual discipline. Here’s what we’ve learned so far.
A better life? It’s out there and it’s a lot closer than it seems. Here are a handful of simple things you can do to find it.
Does your life need a do-over? A fresh start is within your grasp. But to get there, you’ll need to partner with God to make peace with your past.
Don’t buy into the common myths about gratitude. Family, food and friends are great. But as a spiritual discipline, gratitude is so much more.
You have a lot of things to do before St. Nick squeezes his chunky butt down your chimney. Here’s how to find your present moment during the holidays.
Does God want us to be happy? It’s a valid question, but the answer is complicated. Here’s how God defines happiness and how you can start experiencing it.
Hitting a pothole – literally or metaphorically – can do real damage. But even potholes can teach us about faith-filled living and trust in God.
What happens when you and your dog share the same personality traits? You could use it as an opportunity to learn important spiritual lessons from your pet.
Like it or not, summer’s over. Here are a few tips to help you navigate the changing seasons and get back into the swing of things.
A daily walk is good for your body. But walking is good for your soul, too. Here’s how to transform your daily walk into an inspiring spiritual discipline.
It’s (almost) time to say goodbye, summer. You’ll survive winter, but you’ll need to tap into a handful of spiritual lessons to survive the seasons of life.