Health and Wellness

Holding on to healthy habits

Post Pandemic: 4 Ways to Make Your New Healthy Habits Stick

Take those positive routines you forged over the past year and keep them going as you move forward.

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Why Our Memories Are So Important to Us

An overwhelming response from Guideposts readers about how we remember, how we forget and the enduring presence of God.

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Know Your Body, Know Your Fitness Limit

Dr. Ken Redcross shares several tips to help seniors get started on their fitness journey.

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Joan MacDonald; photo courtesy Joan MacDonald

Fitness Ready: Know Your Body, Stretch Your Limits

Joan MacDonald, the 75-year-old fitness guru, tells us how to kickstart a workout routine and stick to it.

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How to Avoid Exercise Burnout

Changing the way you think about exercising can be the key to making it a permanent part of your daily routine.

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Why You Should Use Your Imagination When You Pray

To envision the healing and positive outcomes in the lives of family and friends, as well as yourself, offers a powerful prayer tool.

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David Block, CEO and Founder of Previnex

He Gives Kids Around the World a Healthy Start

After a religious awakening, David Block gave up his career in finance to focus on building a supplement company that donates vitamins to malnourished children.

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Easy Ways to Keep Your Bedding Fresh and Clean

From a cleaning schedule to the right materials for your sleep style, simple habits can transform your bed into the restful sanctuary of your dreams. 

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Exercise Guru Joan MacDonald, the 75-Year-Old Influencer

Meet Joan MacDonald, the 75-Year-Old Influencer Proving Fitness Can Happen at Any Age

She shares her road to living a healthier life and how others can too. 

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Carol Weis; photo by Katye Martens Brier

A Recovering Alcoholic Feared Her Daughter Might Repeat Her Mistakes

How could she prevent her teenage daughter from turning to alcohol?

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Practicing mindfulness

How ‘Interoceptive Awareness’ Can Help Your Body Relax

Research shows we benefit simply by having an accurate understanding of our mind, body and feelings. 

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Enjoying silence

Why Silence Is Good for Our Brains

The spiritual renewal of silence is supported by scientific research.

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Skin care tips for spring

Easy Ways to Care for Your Skin in Springtime

Spring is a transition season for your skin. Be prepared to refresh and renew yours with these easy tips.

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Edward and Gracie

Why Acceptance Is a Big Part of Recovery

In sobriety, being “cured” doesn’t play a role. But peace and serenity do.

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