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The writer's son eats a tomato outside.
By Anjula Razdan
Pictures don't lie.
By Experience Life Staff
The practice of feeling cared about.
fitness fix
By Jamie Martin
Honest views on loving your body, even after baby.
By Courtney Helgoe
For as little as these locations have in common, they share one delightful trait: Their residents rate among the happiest in the world. Find out what they know, and what they can teach the rest of us, about living well.
By Laine Bergeson Becco, FMCHC
Lisa Arie shares the instinctive wisdom that brought her to a more centered place.
parent with toddlers on computer
By Jon Spayde
If job-related thoughts dominate most of your waking hours and energy, it may be time to rearrange your priorities and give the other aspects of your life some room to grow.
A baby blanket and exercise equipment are pictured on the floor.
By Jamie Martin
Jamie Martin on scheduling in exercise after having a baby.
courtney opdahl and her grandma
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
My grandmother has passed away, but she taught me so much about a life well lived — and finding peace in the end.
By Kara Douglass Thom
These basic exercises will help get your post-pregnancy body back to its pre-pregnancy strength.
By Laine Bergeson Becco, FMCHC
By remaining true to their optimistic natures, Bert Jacobs and his brother parlayed three little words into a multimillion-dollar, do-gooder business.
Dec10 On the cover
By Laine Bergeson Becco, FMCHC
Blake Mycoskie is helping children in need around the world - one pair of TOMS Shoes at a time.
Group of people with bikes
By Courtney Helgoe
You’ve heard by now that you can “catch” obesity from your friends, family — even distant acquaintances. But you may have missed the flip side of that story: Good health and fitness are catching, too.
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By the Experience Life Team
From her childhood scribbles to her critically acclaimed music, Pieta Brown has always been intent on making art that matters - and connections that count.
group of people building home
By Wanda Urbanska
As we abandon group activities in an attempt to regain time and productivity, we may be risking the loss of a powerful support system - one that’s critical to both our health and happiness.
By Jon Spayde
When someone near you is suffering, it can be challenging to maintain a bright outlook. Here's how to rise above the emotional tide.
woman holding hand up in stop position
By Rich Broderick
When we stop putting up with the small annoyances in our daily lives, we create room for more of what makes us feel great.
By Experience Life Staff
At the cover shoot for our "Get Real" issue, size-14 supermodel Lizzie Miller talks about being “the girl on page 194” of the September issue of Glamour, the need for more images of real women in the media, and how she’s overcome her own personal struggle with body image.
Relationship Revival
By Courtney Helgoe
Even the best relationships can get dulled by time and drained by stress. Happily, there are simple ways to renew your bond — no matter how long you’ve been together.
By Experience Life Staff
John Garcia has always been a dog person, and at the cover shoot for the October 2009 issue of Experience Life, the celebrated dog trainer and star of National Geographic Channel's DogTown series talks about the impact his four-legged friends have had on him throughout his life. He also explains the mission of Utah's Best Friends Animal Sanctuary and discusses what we can learn from man's best friend.
dog lover
By Laine Bergeson Becco, FMCHC
As a kid, John Garcia depended on a canine pal who always seemed to see the best in him. Today, he returns the favor by helping dogs deemed “unadoptable” become their best selves—and find loving, forever homes.
By Experience Life Staff
At the cover shoot for our September 2009 issue, new mom and actress-athlete Maxine Bahns explains how she balances her time between parenthood, her career and her personal relationship with her husband, road cyclist Patrick Watson. She also discusses how she'll share the values of health and fitness with Madison (then just 3 months old).
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