Picking Up Your Phone May Hang Up Your Relationship

By Amy Haywood Cell phones affect our ability to sleep, connect with people and focus on simple tasks. Some research says cellphones are even ruining our most meaningful romantic relationships, particularly since we check our phone every six and a half minutes, or about 150 times each day. The practice has become so common it…

Resolutions and Routines. How are you doing?

It’s spring semester and you’re probably excited about new possibilities  – a new workout routine, a new time management system, or a new morning ritual. Healthy routines help create positive habits, provide structure, prevent procrastination, and build momentum. They can even help us feel good about ourselves. New routines work best when they start small….

Waking Up Early Isn’t the Worst Thing in the World

by Sherra Parent On the list of things you don’t want to do, getting out of bed at 7 a.m. might seem as painful as studying organic chemistry during a vacation. But while waking up early may not sound like the sexiest thing to do, there are plenty of reasons to forego hitting the snooze…