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The founder and CEO of Life Time recounts a near-death experience and the lessons it taught him.
Acclaimed author and conservationist Terry Tempest Williams discusses themes from her new book of essays.
The legendary choreographer on putting your best foot forward at any age.
Derek Dellinger explored America's most awe-inspiring landscapes to help us all reconnect with nature.
Leah Penniman is on a mission to debunk the myths about black people’s relationship to the land and help a new generation reclaim its agrarian heritage.
Renowned meditation teacher and author Diana Winston shares tips for cultivating a more wakeful state.
Thru-hiking changed Andy Laub's career — and his life. His films inspire others to undertake this important rite of passage.
Experience Life founding editor Pilar Gerasimo discusses the healthy rewards of conscious nonconformity.
Poet Ross Gay spent a year chronicling what brought him joy in daily life. The surprise was how easy it was.
Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard shares the wisdom of playing, working, and living simply.
How author Pam Houston found the nurturing she had missed as a child by caring for a Colorado ranch.
Illustrator Samantha Dion Baker shares the benefits of pursuing a daily creative practice.
Best-selling author Joshua Becker explains how downsizing your possessions and your calendar can help you focus on the things and people that matter most.
Ingrid Fetell Lee on design principles that spark positivity and moments of happiness.
Chef and restaurateur Edward Lee leaves his kitchen to explore the delicious world of America’s immigrant cuisines.
Feeling gloomy in your middle years? Award-winning journalist Jonathan Rauch tells us why life gets better after 50.
Pioneering pediatrician Nadine Burke Harris is transforming how public-health advocates respond to the toxic stress created by childhood adversity. Here, she shares her prescription for healing.
New York Times best-selling author Geneen Roth offers touchstones for living messily and magnificently.
The intrepid chef's love of French food and culture changed her life — and the restaurant industry.
Best-selling author Brené Brown charts a course for regaining a spirit of connection and civility in a polarized world.