So, my husband, Kosta (who put the “Kos" inKosterina), likes to say that with wellness knowledge, he’s often a year ahead of me. He certainly is an early adopter and I’ll often dismiss his wellness practices as ridiculous, unnecessary or extreme, only to come around to the idea months later after learning more.
What if I were to tell you that aging is a disease - not a necessary step in life - that can be reversed? I know it might seem like something out of a science fiction movie, but there's some really interesting research that's surfacing about how aging is actually in our power.
The past week most of us have gone from holiday mode to work mode. A lot of times, we dive right into high gear without acknowledging we need a ramp up period (going from movies on the couch to three-hour marathon meetings can be a major shift).
Happy New Year! It's January(!), which in the Kosterina household means we are busy prepping our annual goals and strategic plan for 2020. The act of thinking through your goals and putting them down on paper makes it much more likely that you'll actually achieve yo
To me, there's nothing better than that first sip of coffee in the morning. If you're a coffee lover like me and the 165 million people who consume it daily, you would be shocked to find out that coffee is one of the "dirtiest" crops on the planet today.
There is so much I want to do in life. Between work, family and self-care it sometimes feels like I'm just staying afloat and not progressing. Can you relate? Recently, on the Tim Ferriss podcast I heard a piece of advice from the author, Greg McKeown that really resonated with me: take personal quarterly offsites.
Does anyone else feel like the moment September begins life moves way too quickly? If you're like me, looking at your calendar post-Labor Day sends a jolt of stress down your spine. One minute we're enjoying summer sun - the next it's Christmas. And, with all the stuff you're juggling this time of year, you might find yourself on your third cup of coffee by 3PM.