How facing challenging situations with a can-do attitude can open the door to new opportunities and personal growth.
Founding editor Pilar Gerasimo’s thoughts on stress, resiliency, and recovery.
When you approach goal setting from a place of positivity, the process of getting there is more enjoyable — and a lot more rewarding.
Pilar Gerasimo on her theme for 2016.
What you imagine, you can make happen. The first step: Give yourself permission to see a future that inspires you.
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Founding editor Pilar Gerasimo’s thoughts on creative and professional growth, evolution, and transformation.
There’s nothing wrong with pursuing happiness — as long as we don’t get too hung up on the details.
Hear more from the best-selling author at this month’s cover shoot.
Founding editor Pilar Gerasimo on the value of taking a lifetime approach to healthy living.
Don’t get sucked in by obsessions with six-pack abs and buns of steel. Don’t play “compare the bodies.” Fulfill your best-self vision.
Why settle for so-so results when significant improvement is within easy reach?
The personal technologies that surround us are ubiquitous and automatic. They have come, in many ways, to define our lives.
Your health is the result of countless intersecting factors that come together in one extraordinarily complex, brilliantly designed, synergetic organism: You.
Know the specific reasons your health matters to you. Write them down where you’ll see them daily.
Pilar Gerasimo is Experience Life’s founding editor.
Nobody knows what the future will hold. So put your focus on the strengths that will serve you well in any reality.
Founding editor, Pilar Gerasimo, on her goal to serve Experience Life readers with healthy-living information.
Hey, your inner child is trying to get your attention. Why not listen?
A healthy life is more a marathon than a sprint. So start where you are. Choose sensible, sustainable shifts over instant cures and quick fixes.
Founding editor, Pilar Gerasimo, on the most powerful thing about spending time in nature.