Wellness, once an afterthought in the meetings realm, has become a priority for many, at home or away. Following are M&C's top 20 tips -- products and ideas for better living -- curated from our popular Wellness Tip of the Week. Click here to get a free weekly tip for a healthier you in your inbox each week.
1. Sit and get firm. Humanscale's Ballo
, a hybrid stool/fitness ball, actively engages your core and legs while sitting at a desk. Available in seven colors. Cost: $299.
add fashionable flair to outfits and keep insects away, as they are treated with insect-shield technology that repels pests. Cost: $25.
3. Roll your kinks away.
For relieving stiff joints and tight, cramped muscles,
SKLZ's Cold Roller Ball hits the spot. Cost: $39.99.
come in an array of unique flavors (e.g., spinach and matcha kettle chips, pineapple habanero popcorn) that are gluten-free, Kosher-certified and low in calories. Cost: popcorn, $60 per 48 bags (0.75 ounces each); kettle chips, $53.64 per 36 bags (2 ounces each).
has four compartments to keep veggies fresh and lettuce crisp. Cost: $28; available in nine colors.
The Back Thing, a portable back-support pad, is available in three sizes: desk, travel and golf cart. Customization is available for corporate branding. Cost: From $39.95.
Headspace is a retreat for the stressed psyche. The app's meditation and mindfulness techniques last from two minutes to two hours. Cost: $6.24 per month for a two-year subscription.
8. Bags for your baggage.
Packable duffel gym bags and backpacks from
Herschel Supply are great for gym-goers on the road -- or shoppers who need an extra suitcase on the way home. Cost: From $29.99.
9. Surrender to deep sleep.
Lie on a
Spoonk mat at bedtime, and its specially designed pressure points will help you ease into a restful sleep. Cost: $49.99.
10. Slim snacks.
Snack Sticks -- think beef jerky minus the preservatives -- are protein-packed and perfect for slipping into swag bags. Cost: $259 per case of 144.