By Elizabeth Roberts “When you have a passion, it’s like having a relationship.” Can you imagine writing two books in two years? It seems impossible but Hope Alcocer, author and founder of Wonder Woman Media, did just that. Her first book “Where Hope Lies” is a fictionalized novel, based off of some real events in […]

By Tricia Brouk As the executive producer of TEDxLincolnSquare in New York City, I have the privilege of working with some amazing speakers. I also get to read hundreds of incredible ideas worth spreading during the application process each September. Wearing the crown of a TEDx speaker is something authors, speakers, and leaders all want. […]

It’s an understatement to say that dating in New York City is hard. Millions of people live here and it can be difficult to find a “perfect” match – or any match that doesn’t ghost you or send unsolicited pics. Perhaps that’s why “The Psychology of Love” event with Aimee Barr was packed on Galentine’s Day, Feb. 13.

Chances are that you’ve already joined the 80% of people that give up their New Year’s resolutions by mid-February. It’s easy to feel discouraged when you’ve skipped a day or two of your goal – and figure it’s better to just try again next year – but certified life coach Laura Killick says there’s hope if you’ve lapsed.  

A good workout can bring endorphins, exhaustion or energy (sometimes a mix of all three!) Fitness and wellness coach Elyse Sparkes believes that getting fit doesn’t have to mean measuring progress by pounds or percentages; it’s about tuning in to your body’s needs.