RSS Feeds

Experience Life magazine offers the following RSS/XML feeds for syndication: SECTIONS Fit Body This is fitness education at its best — for every body, every personality, every athletic goal. Healthy Eating Nutritional advice and healthy cooking tips. Life Wisdom If it affects your quality of life or life balance, it’s covered here. Wellness A whole-body,… Read more »

Experience Life magazine offers the following RSS/XML feeds for syndication:

SECTIONS

Fit Body
This is fitness education at its best — for every body, every personality, every athletic goal.

Healthy Eating
Nutritional advice and healthy cooking tips.

Life Wisdom
If it affects your quality of life or life balance, it’s covered here.

Wellness
A whole-body, whole-life approach to personal wellness.

BLOGS

 Revolutionary Acts
Experience Life editor in chief Pilar Gerasimo shares her renegade perspectives for thriving in a mixed-up world.

 Pumping Irony
Craig Cox, EL’s managing editor, chronicles his adventures into the frightening world of middle-age exercise.

 Coming Clean
Courtney Lewis Opdahl’s honest quest to clean up her unhealthy life for herself and her family.

 Just Cindy
Sometimes, the best is yet to be. That’s what baby boomer and fashion model Cindy Joseph has discovered as she’s grown older and wiser. Here, she shares the lessons she’s learned.


What Is RSS?

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) automatically notifies subscribed users of updates to a Web site, such as new articles or action alerts.

To subscribe to an RSS feed, you need a special application called a “feed reader” or “aggregator.” Many modern Web browsers have built-in feed readers. Once your reader is set up, use the links above to subscribe to one of our feeds.

To learn more about RSS and how to use it, see this Wikipedia article or Fine-Tuning Your Filter for Online Information (from www.nytimes.com).

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