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The healthy living boom fares well for the yoga industry

The practice of yoga has made the mindful physical activity a booming business.

Play the 10 toughest courses in Colorado

Our list of the state's 10 toughest golf courses, unlike yours, is not subjective.

Golf Reinvented: Clubs expand offerings to broaden appeal

In an industry that has reported closures and declines in participation for more than 10 years, investors are calling it the path to profit – particularly in the thriving Denver metropolitan area.

Perspectives and purpose for work and life [VIDEO]

Explore an existence that includes self-worth, achievement, contribution and security.

Get to work and take the first step today [INFOGRAPHIC]

The American Heart Association established National Walking Day – the first Wednesday in April – in 2007, and since has encouraged individuals, schools, workplaces and communities to get out and walk for at least 30 minutes and put themselves on the road to better health.

Spring cleaning: A healthy workplace makeover

A healthy work environment is vital, not only to productivity, but to physical and mental well-being.

(For April Fools' Day, we remind you:) A fool and his money are soon parted

For April Fools Day, Gutterman Grifiths shares tips to avoid acting foolish during divorce proceedings.

Saying goodbye to paradise and buying a home downtown

Moving from one home to the next provides ample opportunity to take stock of life, love and achievements.

How to eliminate your never-good-enough syndrome

What is the one thing that causes you to lose you of inner peace and confidence?

Rundles wrapup: Save like mad and more reflections on retirement

As I write, I’m on the eve of my 65th birthday, have my Medicare card and coverage in place, am trying to delay taking Social Security until I qualify for a higher monthly payout, am finding job applications rejected due to my age (obliquely), and I’m constantly being asked why I don’t just retire by well-meaning but obviously ignorant people, mostly younger, who just assume that retirement is a piece of cake.

Why the quest for balance won't make you happy

The truth of it is, owning a growing business and having a full life can be like a constant game of trying to get ahead of a fast-moving train.

Follow Sinatra's advice for a better life

Perhaps you'll find guidance, as I do, from Frank Sinatra in his song, "That's Life". Here's a useful interpretation of the song with seven key lessons
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