How to Get Fit When You Work Too Much

You understand that it’s important to make time for exercise. Your boss, on the other hand, doesn’t seem to have gotten the memo.

When your workday lasts all day, it’s tempting to resign yourself to that couch potato lifestyle. But …

How to Bring Good Energy to Your Office

Winter is here and much of the country is under ice and snow. It’s hard to get excited about going to the office when it’s dark and cold out.

So how can you bring good vibes to your desk every …

Can Your Employer Make You Work Out?

Lots of employers offer health plans that give you some financial incentive for making healthy lifestyle choices, like quitting smoking or joining a gym. These are sometimes considered perks, touted as great reasons to choose Company A over Company B. …

5 Ways to Work Out at the Office

Before your New Year's resolutions get pushed to the side, here's a chance to combat your winter sloth, without a gym membership! There are plenty of ways to incorporate a fitness routine into your workday that won't alarm your co-workers and won't break the bank, either. Try a few of these quick exercise ideas and you may also find that your energy improves, along with your mood.

Could Standing Desks Actually Lead to More Sitting?

In the last few years, we've been bombarded with warnings about the dangers of sitting too much. We've heard that even if you exercise, prolonged periods of sitting can kill you. We know that, even if do we manage to escape premature sitting-induced death, those of us who sit too much are more likely to develop heart disease and diabetes. We've even heard sitting compared with some of the unhealthiest "habits" out there – most notably, that sitting is the new smoking.

You Probably Sit Too Much. Here’s What to Do About It.

Is it possible that sitting all day creates a whole host of health issues? Likely. Can you do something about it? Yes. Will you? Maybe. No matter what the latest science might say, moving more is good for you, and we probably need to ditch the chair (at least a little bit) more often than we do. Here are some tips to get you away from maybe/probably and closer to a healthier you.

Why Exercise Deserves a Place on Your To-Do List

There are only so many hours in the day, but it's commonly accepted that daily exercise is the key to good health. Even just 30 minutes a day can be a boon. So on days when your work schedule means you struggle to even take a pee break, you should be even more concerned with getting in that workout.

Feeling Anxious? Try These 5 Things

A lot of people struggle with anxiety. It's extremely common actually; over 40 million adults in the US, 18 and older, struggle with it. But, just because anxiety is common, that doesn't make it any easier to cope with when it's happening to you. Thankfully, there are some things you can do to manage or even reduce the strain. Consider these tips.

The Case for Taking a Real Lunch Break

In a work-obsessed culture, it can seem important to get the job done, and done quickly, even if it that often means putting deadlines ahead of health and happiness. If there's any free time, a concept that might seem strange to many working professionals, it's spent in assessing possible project areas to increase revenue and improve the profitability of the company. But just because corporate culture doesn't place a value on lunch breaks, doesn't mean that it's good for productivity to skip them. If taking lunch does not figure anywhere in your priority list, maybe it is time to take another look at your planner.