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How to get past your need for approval and enjoy the love and happiness already in your grasp.
For writer and podcast host Sarah Nicole Landry, self-worth goes beyond her body. She shares her evolving journey of what it means to show up for oneself in love.
Corporate campaigns targeted kids and helped to create our obesity crisis.
How a new fitness routine, after years of the same one, helped shift our editor in chief’s outlook on change.
A record number of Americans are choosing not to have children. Learn why it’s a valid choice, and how you might better relate to it.
Many children simply don’t have fun playing sports anymore. Here’s a plan to reverse the “adultification” of youth athletics.
Start your day on a positive tone by easing into it more mindfully.
When it comes to health and fitness, are you and your sweetheart compatible, combative, or somewhere in between?
A new decade is upon us — and with it, a chance for a fresh perspective.
Rediscover the real source of the holiday season’s magic.
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Research indicates that feeling awe can make you humbler and more connected to those you disagree with.
Science shows that generous acts are good for your body and mind — whether you are giving somebody a hand, or just the benefit of the doubt.
Looking for waste-free gifts this holiday season? Try these gifts of service.
How the Experience Life team’s real-life experiences influence our coverage of healthy-living topics.
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Why committing to do just one thing is an essential first step in achieving our goals.
Worrying excessively about our well-being can do us more harm than good. Here’s how to keep your health concerns in perspective.