Our managing editor attends a LIFELOVE retreat and unpacks the benefits of a body-positive mindset.
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.
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.
Why committing to do just one thing is an essential first step in achieving our goals.
Poet Ross Gay spent a year chronicling what brought him joy in daily life. The surprise was how easy it was.
Discover how cultivating an inquiring mind can help you lead a happier, healthier life.
For people dealing with loss or sorrow, the holiday season can be a painful time. Here’s how to deal.
A five-step process for pursuing your purpose-driven ambitions.
Here’s how to motivate yourself toward action, even when accomplishments don’t come easy.
How courage has helped us achieve the impossible — and keep on trying.
Unexpected inspiration can sometimes draw out personal goals just waiting to be realized.
Motivational speaker and best-selling author Gabby Bernstein is back with a new book offering novel insights on how to reclaim your ability to create the world you want.
Best-selling author and motivational speaker Gabby Bernstein talks about her new book, Super Attractor, and how to overcome our fear mentality.
After her husband’s diagnosis, one woman’s life changed overnight. Picking up a paintbrush helped her find strength.
Illustrator Samantha Dion Baker shares the benefits of pursuing a daily creative practice.
Olympic gold medalist cross-country skier Jessie Diggins talks about overcoming her eating disorder.
Looking for a good read this Labor Day weekend? Our staff weighs in on books they’ve read — or want to read — this season.
Meditation not for you? No matter. Whatever mindfulness practice you choose, here are five things to keep in mind.
You don’t have to be hyperproductive all the time. In fact, you might get better results from occasionally doing a whole lot less.
Sitting in silence isn’t for everyone. But there are plenty of other practices that offer profound calming benefits.