Women of the Channel

 

A combination of simple stretches, proper alignment and mindful breathing will energize your body and mind.

 

McQuiston says that embracing change and focusing on making others successful have been crucial to advancing her career.

 

After years of uncomfortable interactions at the world's largest hacker gathering, these women are making their own opportunities.

 

Each and every day we must strive to be the best version of ourselves we can be. The choices we make on a daily basis affect our overall wellbeing...

 
 

This is the money quote: "It makes you feel better, bringing a baby girl into the world, knowing there are women like her willing to step up...

 

New emoji coming to Apple devices later this year incorporate a little more gender diversity into the vast world of picture-based text messages...

 

According to new research, alternating short bursts of intense exercise with recovery periods may have the potential to lower abdominal fat by...

 
 

So many amazing roles for woman this past year - hard to pick the "best"! What do you think?

 
 

Our brain is not designed to create happiness, as much as we wish it were so. Our brain evolved to promote survival.

 

We often talk about learning from "successful people"...but first...don't we have to define what success really looks like for each of us?

 

Viral blogger and business consultant Beth Crocker shared five actions, as well as five thing women shouldn't do as they go beyond "leaning in" to...

 

Rather than just a tool for distraction, technology can be harnessed for greater happiness and positivity, which translates into success in the...

 

May is National Osteoporosis Awareness month!

 
 

The specific questions we ask are not as important as the genuine interest in getting to know other people. You need to practice it and do it...

 
 

Moms are some of the greatest, smartest and kindest people in the world. (Trust me: I'm a mom. ) And if you are thinking of showing...

 
 

Gloria Martinez of WomenLed.org talks about ways in which we can prep ourselves for asking for and getting a raise at work.

 

The Army wants to know. So does Aetna. And LinkedIn. How good is your sleep?

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