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How to Talk With Kids About Climate Change

By Jill Patton, FMCHC
Kids are vulnerable to climate anxiety. Here's how to talk to them about what climate change might mean for their lives.
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Survey Says: It’s Never Too Late in Life to Make Fulfilling Friendships

By Emily Ewen
A recent study shows that adults aged 55 and older are craving more social activity and satisfying relationships — which helps them adopt healthier habits.
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Time to Play: The January and February Kids’ Events at Life Time

By Callie Fredrickson
Explore what’s on the schedule for your kiddos over the next couple of months.
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How to Ask for Help In Times of Need

By Jon Spayde
We all need somebody to lean on, but it’s not always easy to ask for help when we need it. These expert insights offer ideas for overcoming resistance — and knowing what to say.
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4 Strategies to Teach Empathy to Children

By Jill Patton, FMCHC
Use these tips to help instill empathy early on.
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5 of Our Favorite Edible Holiday Gifts

By Experience Life Staff
Treats to satisfy just about everyone on your list.
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Snow Days and Holidays: 11 Things for Kids to Do at Life Time Over Winter Breaks

By Callie Fredrickson
A Life Time expert and mom offers ideas for how kids and families can stay entertained during off-school days this winter.
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Happier, Healthier Kids: Q&A With the Life Time Foundation

By Callie Fredrickson
Learn how the Life Time Foundation’s youth nutrition and movement programs help accelerate change for kids in communities across the country.
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5 Ways to Build Community

By Kara Douglass Thom
Belonging, author Radha Agrawal believes, is a basic human need, like food, water, and shelter. Explore five ways to find and build yours.
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What’s on 7 Healthy-Living Experts’ 2022 Holiday Gift Lists

By Emily Ewen
Plus, what they plan to give to loved ones and their advice for gift-giving and celebrating.
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Aileen Weintraub’s Success Story

By Experience Life Staff
While on bed rest for a high-risk pregnancy, a writer faced her fear of commitment as her new marriage and home were falling apart around her.
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5 Rules for Gathering

By Jill Patton, FMCHC
Great gatherings don’t happen by magic — they’re created with care. Here are five tips to create more meaningful (and fun!) get-togethers.
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How to Create More Mindful Friendships

By Spiwe Jefferson
Become a better friend by thoughtfully considering how you show up in your closest relationships.
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Survey Says: Parents Want More Active Time For — and With — Their Kids

By Life Time Editorial Team
A recent poll shows that nearly four in five parents enjoy catching up with their family while doing a physical activity together, among other findings.
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Principal Views: Misty Copeland

By Lori Berger
Trailblazing dancer and new mom Misty Copeland shares her perspectives on mentoring, activism, and resilience as she prepares for a return to the stage after a three-year hiatus.
A young girl playing pickleball outside at a Life Time court.

Pickleball Is for Kids, Too! How to Get Them Started

By Callie Fredrickson
Tips from a pickleball expert on introducing your youngsters to this growing sport.
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How to Cope With a Toxic Friend

By Jessie Sholl
Maintaining healthy social ties is crucial to our well-being, but some relationships may not be giving you the best energy.
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5 Ways to Increase Your Social Connections

By Mo Perry
How to use gratitude, reciprocity, altruism, choice, and enjoyment to cope with loneliness.
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When Should I Get My Kids Involved in Sports?

By Emily Ewen
An expert Q&A on the benefits of sports for kids, how to get them started, and how to keep them engaged as they grow.
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How to Create Movement-Friendly Spaces for Kids

By Nicole Radziszewski
Monkey bars in the basement, indoor climbing walls, and more.
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