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No matter what you’re trying to accomplish, you need an action plan. Here’s the process I prefer — and that Ocean’s Eleven made famous.
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A challenging full-body workout you can knock out in 20 minutes.
Life is good co-founder Bert Jacobs on creating a global brand around simple optimism.
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My humble, home-cooked meals are not the stuff of Food Channel fantasy. But they sure beat eating a bag of pretzels for dinner.
Jen Sinkler, our fitness editor, wrangles leading experts to address your most perplexing workout quandaries and conundrums. Email ’em to askjen@ experiencelife.com.
The Gulf of Mexico oil spill and Hurricane Katrina may no longer be making front-page headlines, but the region still needs help. Taking a Gulf Coast volunteer vacation empowers you to play a part in its recovery.
When your to-do list and your partner’s are in conflict, battles ensue. Here’s how to avoid big arguments over small tasks.
It is strange, perhaps, to open an issue dedicated to helping readers get more done with a caveat about overdoing. But as a person prone to doing just that, I feel it is, um — the right thing to do.
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With our help, three brave readers tackled some healthy goals they’d been putting off for a while. Are their stories your story, too?
Experience Life checks in on the progress of our Healthy Challenge participants.
Low-cost improvements yield big returns in a cramped home-office space.
Six powerful strategies for accomplishing more of what really matters.
By remaining true to their optimistic natures, Bert Jacobs and his brother parlayed three little words into a multimillion-dollar, do-gooder business.
Once obese, Paul Nowak had trouble keeping up with his favorite sports. Now, after losing 100 pounds, he’s an active role model for his kids – and a Brazilian jiu jitsu competitor.
Too busy to work out? Doubtful. The truth: Finding moments to move is entirely within your grasp.