When we stop to focus on what we can do and what is good, we can find reason to hope.
“Who I am” is complex and ever-changing. And that’s a good thing.
How a big change to a familiar landmark reopened my eyes to what really matters — and what needs attention now.
In tough times, we tend to move through distinct phases of coping before learning to move ahead.
The swirl of life and its accompanying emotions can leave us feeling unfocused and frazzled — and also teach us a thing or two if we're willing to listen.
In light of the current circumstances, each of us has the opportunity to slow down, reassess, and get clear about what we value in life.
A backyard garden can connect us to the past — and channel hope for the future.
Tools to help us create the future we want using lessons from the past and present.
Sometimes reaching our biggest goals takes more time, patience, and grit than we expect.
How a new fitness routine, after years of the same one, helped shift our editor in chief's outlook on change.
How the Experience Life team’s real-life experiences influence our coverage of healthy-living topics.
The holidays aren’t the same in the face of loss. And that’s a good thing.
Unexpected inspiration can sometimes draw out personal goals just waiting to be realized.
A seventh-grade magazine project offers a reminder about the potential of creative experiences.
Mindfulness takes practice, patience — and a willingness to try new things.
Glamping has its place. Now it’s time to experience real wilderness.
More than a place to set our meals, our tables are a place to connect and share.
A home project offers a reminder that small changes, even seemingly insignificant ones, have big potential.
Each of us finds our own way to the present moment. This is my journey.
When we start viewing wellness as a way of life, we can see past the latest fads and quick fixes.
Editor in chief Jamie Martin on the real-life meaning of our magazine's mission.