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By the Experience Life Team
When we stop focusing on our weaknesses and start playing to our strengths we can transform our lives.
By Experience Life Staff
Meet three people who transformed their bodies and their lives when they found a true passion for fitness.
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By Kelly Grace
Most of us know we work too much and rest too little. We long for balance. But with the pressures and pace of modern life always at our back, how do we step off this crazy merry-go-round? Here, we outline the top three barriers to achieving work-life balance — and offer practical wisdom for overcoming them.
By Anjula Razdan
Stretch your limits. Embrace your chosen future.
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By Pilar Gerasimo
From the biological basis for attraction to the underpinnings of head-turning good looks — an exploration into the compelling connections between vitality and sex appeal.
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By Karen Olson
Boost your health, hope and happiness with a powerful dose of gratitude.
By the Experience Life Team
Before you rush into setting health and fitness goals for the year ahead, stop and appreciate what you've already accomplished.
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By Eliza Thomas
Does getting behind the wheel make you anxious or angry? Embark on the road to relaxation with these commute-improving tips.
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By Pilar Gerasimo
Good health, at core, is less a destination than life-enhancing journey. But if there is any clear path toward the promised land of healthy living, it begins not on any treadmill or diet plan, but on the fertile ground of our own thoughts, assumptions and beliefs.
By Elizabeth Lane
Gearing up to write another mega-list of ways to make yourself better? Don't! Instead, chart your course toward real goal mastery.
By Leyla Kokmen
For centuries, proponents of meditation have hailed its potential for healing body and mind. Now, science is backing a growing number of those claims.
By Erika Rasmusson Janes
Tired of feeling blue, or just so-so? Positive psychology pioneer Martin Seligman, PhD, believes you can mentally exercise your way to greater happiness.
By Teri Cettina
The workday is done. You're heading for home – and into an adjustment period that can either make or break the rest of your day.
By the Experience Life Team
Ready to have your best year ever? Two of the country's top coaches weigh in with advice on getting liftoff for the next phase of your life.
By Pilar Gerasimo
The questions we ask can lead us down paths of discovery and delight, or down corridors of doom and gloom. Which road are you taking?
By Helen Cordes
Are you being held hostage by your negative thoughts? Byron Katie and "The Work" will help you discover how to negotiate a truce.
By Tess Walter
Can the way you think influence your life chances? Is it possible to think yourself away from failure and toward success? The field of Positive Psychology says —YES!
By Fernando Pages Ruiz
Why are you exercising? For health and longevity? For weight loss? For fitness performance? Here's how to gear your fitness routine to your personal goals.
By Clara Beacon
Brother, can you spare 10 minutes?
By Elizabeth Larsen
10 reasons to celebrate (and ways to get even happier in the process).
By Cat Thompson
If you’ve been exhausted and bouncing a lot of energetic checks lately, the following tips may help you rebalance your bottom line.
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