Sometimes reaching our biggest goals takes more time, patience, and grit than we expect.
Experience Life founding editor Pilar Gerasimo discusses the healthy rewards of conscious nonconformity.
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.
Discover the simple lifestyle shifts that can help you stay in sync with nature's cyclical rhythms.
Are you chasing success at the expense of satisfaction? Here’s our take on balancing ambition, well-being, and life’s simple pleasures.
The New Year brings a barrage of “New You!” promises. Learn how to get past those tired tropes and explore fresh options for conscious change.
The words you speak both reflect and shape your reality. All the more reason to say what you mean — and mean what you say.
How releasing past hurts can be helpful.
When powerful industries and political interests push fake “grassroots” movements, real people suffer. Here's how to resist internet trolls.
A rulebreaker's guide to becoming a healthy person in an unhealthy world.
What we can learn from our "gut sense."
Is it possible to live a purpose-centered life and still enjoy an ample supply of pleasure?
Make the most of this action-packed season — without running yourself ragged.
Feeling oppressed by your possessions? Learn how to lighten your load — and harvest some important insights in the process.
The art of feeling satisfied with ourselves and our lives in a world that consistently asks us to do, be, and have more.
Harnessing your creative capacity can reduce your compulsion to consume — and enhance your joy in living.
Why it's important to move beyond our gender-based expectations.
Helpful tips for making sense of dubious food-marketing claims.
Pay less attention to your food's calorie count and focus more on the ingredients.
Most of us would rather not talk about poop, but it turns out that what exits your body is just as important as what goes in.
When it comes to eating, an ounce of wonderful is far better than a whole mess of mediocrity.