There’s a popular meditation technique that centers on the phrase “Let go.” You silently say “let” as you breathe in, and “go” as you breathe out, in an effort to find release from whatever it is you’re holding onto.
Mikaela Reuben is a rising (healthy) rockstar chef, cooking for celebrity clients like Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson, and traveling the world to whip up meals for the Red Hot Chili Peppers on tour and host wellness retreats.
When it comes to being smart about the beverages you sip in the name of energy and hydration, there are the basics that pretty much everyone knows.
Summer is winding down. (Sob!) And as it does, your skin’s probably in need of a little extra loving, what with all the sun, saltwater, and sangrias you may have enjoyed.
Playing catch-up? Here are the week’s five must-read Well+Good stories you may have missed. 1. Why everyone’s eating breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a bowl Six delicious bowls that will convince you to give up plates for good.
Last weekend marked the third (and final!) Surfside Salutations event of the summer. More than 100 Well+Good readers joined us in Montauk as we took over The Surf Lodge for a day of fitness, beauty, and wellness fun.
While Deborah Lippmann nail polish is now heralded by fashion editors and spotted on runways far and wide thanks to the super-chic, on-trend colors, the celebrity manicurist behind the brand was also a quiet pioneer in making the lacquers you love less toxic.
As summer winds down, Summer Fridays come to an end, and temps start to drop, it can be crazy hard to keep a sunny attitude and roll with fall’s more amped-up pace.
Missed the convos that were happening while everyone waited to get into the spin studio? We share the buzzy food, fitness, beauty, and wellness news from our friends around the web that you shouldn’t miss this week.
A lot of supplement companies don’t seem to think much about what it’s like for us to actually swallow their offerings.
Being big-chested comes with benefits, and certain challenges. Chief among them? Shopping for sports bras. My own breasts aren’t even that big—I’m a 34D—but I’ve definitely been shocked when I’m out jogging, catch sight of my reflection, and see the girls bouncing up and down with every step.
The next time you mean to pick up a spinach salad on the way home from working a 12-hour day and instead find yourself checking out with a box of Annie’s Macaroni & Cheese, blame it on “candy brain.” It’s a term the New York Times uses to describe the results of a new study that showed elevated stress levels really do cause people to choose less healthy foods.
If you’re not familiar with the term “adult sleepaway camp,” but you like tents, campfires, making friends for life, and (vegan) s’mores, you should keep reading.
When it comes to promoting body positivity, Kelsey Miller is now one of the movement’s most well-known voices.
Soon the fitness obsessed (starting with those in the Valley) will have a new place to score celeb-approved capris, tanks, and hoodies.
If your idea of dancing is swaying side to side in place, or you can’t imagine letting go enough on the dance floor that it would result in a good workout (before midnight and a few cocktails), then taking your first dance cardio class can be really, really scary.
It all started with smoothie bowls. You know, the ridiculously photogenic ones that populate your Instagram feed every morning?