Fitist founders Neda Talebian Funk and Caroline Limpert (Photo: Fastcompany.com) Fitist, the class-pack booking site beloved by boutique fitness junkies, announced this week that it is moving away from its current business model to debut a fitness “collective” that will act as an incubation and studio space for workout instructors and new brands.
(Photo: Planet Fitness) When New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said he was going to banish the “Tale of Two Cities,” did that include gym memberships?
(Photo: Maialino) Between lunch and dinner service, some chefs handle paperwork or run errands. Nick Anderer goes to SoulCycle.
The Limited Edition: Free for All Box. (Photo: Birchbox) Birchbox has built a serious following with its monthly curated boxes and shopping website dedicated to helping women discover new beauty products and glam up their routines.
(Photo: boldsky.com) Via HuffingtonPost.com The earliest theory of yawning, laid forth by Hippocrates, suggested that the action sucks in “good” air while pushing out bad air.
The Green Monster. “I’m trying to get people to hit the reset button. It’s about feeling and looking your best and glowing from the inside out,” Kumai says.
Under Armour Speedform Apollo (Photo: FitnessonToast.com) Nothing puts a spring in your step (yes, we went there) quite like the return of days filled with sunshine—and a new pair of kicks.
Luxurious casita-style villas at Miraval. (Photo: Miraval Resort) We’re so excited to introduce you to the lucky winner of our Miraval Sweepstakes, which gifted the unbelievable prize of a spa trip to the luxe wellness destination (at random) to one Well+Good reader who entered.
(Photo: Well&Good) All your common nail dilemmas—solved From splintering and yellowing to aggravating polish chips.
(Photo: Jus by Julie) On Jus by Julie’s website, you may be surprised by one of the Brooklyn’s company’s most frequently asked questions: “Are the juices Kosher?
Happiness might be a state of mind. But it’s hard won in a cubicle—or any job where you feel unappreciated, spread too thin, and the recipient of 8 trillion more emails than any one human can manage.
(Photos: Blossom du Jour) Blossom du Jour started as a tiny grab-and-go outpost of the larger New York vegan empire (which includes Blossom, Blossom Bakery, Cafe Blossom, and V-Note).
(Photo: Jordan Brown) Jordan Brown, founder and CEO of one of New York’s healthiest hot-spots, Hu Kitchen, may be the least likely food entrepreneur ever.
(Photo: WebMD) By Sara Altshul for Prevention It’s been a rough few years for herbs. A Canadian study published late last year found that of 44 herbal products tested, many were adulterated or mislabeled.
(Photo: The Golden Secrets) When pouring over the horoscopes (whether you’re a skeptic, a dabbler, or obsessed), you expect to read advice on love, money, and career moves.
(Photo: Weheartit.com/cossette) A juice fast is one way to cleanse for spring. But our everyday diet and beauty practices are also in need of a little renewal once the sun starts shining and the birdies go back to chirping.
(Photo: Model Mayhem) Even if you know to steer clear of the bread basket, it turns out the average restaurant meal clocks in at a whopping 1,128 calories—yep, 1,128—making it easy for even the most health-savvy among us to think we’re eating well while eating out, when we’re not.
Molly Guy and her daughter Sunny, in a teepee-like fort that Molly’s husband built in their Brooklyn home.
Playing catch-up? Here are the week’s must-read stories you may have missed. ANYWHERE Miracles Now: Gabrielle Bernstein’s message of self-love for the masses The modern spiritual maven’s new book is the most approachable installment in her self-love-cultivating books yet.