Do the healthy thing, even when it’s challenging, inconvenient, or considered weird. Take pride in that.
Pilar Gerasimo shares her final thoughts as editor in chief of Experience Life.
Pilar Gerasimo on being as bold and “different” as you wanna be.
Pilar Gerasimo’s top three takeaways from two groundbreaking books.
Pilar Gerasimo on how clearing things out — your diet, your home, your heart — can provide a fresh start.
Editor in chief Pilar Gerasimo shares insights from her life-changing trip to a Tibetan monastery.
Pilar Gerasimo on why the act of imagining and dreaming big is transformative and empowering.
Editor in Chief Pilar Gerasimo on how screwing up can sometimes be a blessing in disguise.
Editor in chief Pilar Gerasimo on holistic strength and pushing your limits.
Editor in chief Pilar Gerasimo on how to remain sane and resilient when work-life balance is nonexistent.
We dedicate this issue of Experience Life to the spirit of learning and growing.
Pilar Gerasimo shares her perspectives on the ever-changing roles in fitness-buddy relationships.
Founding editor Pilar Gerasimo on how accountability and fitness endeavors go hand in hand.
How editor in chief Pilar Gerasimo began looking at obstacles as invitations to grow and get stronger.
Pilar Gerasimo shares her top-10 list from the “101 Revolutionary Ways to Be Healthy.”
Pilar Gerasimo on keeping up with life’s day-to-day clutter.
None of the positive changes we hope to make as a society can be sustained without the energy and resilience of a whole lot of healthy, vital people.
Your body is changing for the better. But is your brain on board? A cognitive psychologist explains how to be on the lookout for the unconscious “mental frames” that can bring your progress to a halt.
At several points in our lifetimes, most of us wind up pondering what the heck we are doing here, and what we want to do next.
An alarming convergence of overlapping Gantt charts, my life suddenly looks like it’s being meted out in 15-minute increments – because it is.
In the rush and muddle of our daily lives, though, we sometimes neglect to appreciate how much of our present reality hinges on the course of events that could have turned out very differently.