Sometimes, you’re in a groove. And other times, whether you’re fresh off a wild weekend or your anxiety has reached an all-time high, you need to hit the reset button.
You may tell yourself “mind over matter” when trying to overcome a job-related obstacle or last round of mountain climbers in boot camp.
We may have entered the era of menstrual realness, but for some women, that hasn’t changed the fact that getting their period still sucks.
Respected shut-eye expert W. Chris Winter, MD—who Arianna Huffington dubbed “The Sleep Whisperer”—doesn’t prescribe Ambien (or any drug for that matter) to help patients drift off to dreamland.
Sure, sweet potatoes and avocado have been game-changers when it comes to toast and salad, but dessert?
Photo: Instagram/@bellahadid Bella Hadid’s using essential oils for glowy skin—but there’s a catch When I saw Bella Hadid patting what she called “pre-makeup essential oils” on her face yesterday in an Instagram story, my mind immediately went to that scene in Home Alone when Macaulay Culkin applies aftershave for the first time—and then screams because it burns his skin.
By now you know that a strong core (the muscles that surround and support your spine) is essential to mastering nearly every exercise.
Bread is like a modern-day curse word. When you're trying to clean up your eating habits, it's typically the first thing to go.
With 30 years of experience (and counting) as a supermodel, Elle Macpherson has learned more about globe-trotting—and looking fab when you reach your swimsuit-ready destination—than almost anyone on earth.
At the recent ECA 360 Inspire Conference, a session called “There’s No Such Thing as Toning” felt like a therapy session, as trainers raised their hands and lamented how tough it was to get clients to understand muscle growth.
You kick off your shoes, get into that comfy pedicure chair, and gear up for a relaxing half hour of solo relaxation time (or even straight-up meditation).
Macaroni and cheese is a comfort food staple, but let's face it: With all the cream, butter, and cheese (and artificial ingredients, if you're making the boxed variety), it's not the healthiest.
Nothing says summer like slapping fresh fish on the grill and enjoying a cold one with your friends on a patio.
For the fitness class junkie, traveling means a forced break from all of the (sweaty) things your go-to studio has to offer.
When doctors told Kristin Canty her four-year-old son was “allergic to the world,” she didn’t know what to do.
Day-to-day workouts are fun and all, but sometimes you need to couple that sweat session with a little extra culture, music and, uh, wine.
After hopping on the probiotic train, you’ve made popping a capsule of good-for-you bacteria as much of your routine as your morning coffee run.
I’m not a sneakerhead. Sure, I notice when someone in my HIIT class has some cool-looking kicks with an ombre effect or on-point beige.
Welcome to My Morning Routine, where Jamie Chung and other good-life gurus share their personal (frequently surprising, often healthy) morning rituals—to help you make your a.m.’s more awesome. Jamie Chung Actress, lifestyle blogger, and partner on the Transitions Good Light Project First thing I do when I wake up is try to not grab for my phone.
Inflammation is right up there with sugar in terms of scary wellness words. You’ve probably heard the laundry list of ailments it’s tied to: acne, sleeping problems, gut issues, and even life-threatening conditions, like heart disease.