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By Pilar Gerasimo
Maybe it's my imagination, but I've begun to notice this weird phenomenon in my editing work. If I start working on an interesting story, or I get into researching a new topic, I'll often have some sort of direct personal experience with the subject matter. Some of these serendipitous encounters are quite pleasant. Others, not so much.
By Cat Thompson
Our lives are in many ways defined by unconscious habits and ingrained behaviors. How much do you know about the structures that hold you together, and those that hold you down?
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By Pilar Gerasimo
For the past few months, my neighborhood has been slowly filling with signs. Lawn signs, mostly – signs about war and peace, signs rallying support for different points of view. One morning last week, I went out for my morning run and noticed that all the signs belonging to one camp had disappeared. Overnight, I presume, one side took down the other side's signs – an effort that would have required both trespassing and stealing.
By Clara Beacon
Brother, can you spare 10 minutes?
By Laurel Kallenbach
Walk village to village on ancient footpaths that criss-cross some of the most beautiful landscapes in Europe.
By Terri Sutton
Is medication the only way to deal with a difficult child? The nurtured heart offers an empowering alternative.
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By Pilar Gerasimo
In the game of Scrabble, there’s a very handy rule that allows you to exchange some (or even all) of your letter tiles for brand new ones. In my experience, this rule is chronically underemployed. People often forget about it altogether – until they find themselves looking at the board and their available letters, and discovering that about all they can spell is plfhxt.
By Alex Singleton
You're talking to yourself again. But what are you saying? Here's how to translate your food thoughts into healthier actions.
By Laurel Kallenbach
Dreaming of sun and sand Mexico's hidden Pacific and Caribbean beaches lure visitors - but it's the adventure and nature wonders that hook you.
By LANI WILLIS
Bring your grandest dreams and goals into reality using simple words and pictures.
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By Pilar Gerasimo
This being the Take Charge issue and all, it's tempting to claim that when we relaunched Experience Life magazine a little over a year ago, we knew exactly what we were doing – that we planned it out and made it happen just so.
By Christopher Cross
Long famed for pushing limits and surpassing snow-sliding expectations, Jackson Hole now delivers more than ever.
By Pilar Gerasimo
When I was a kid, my mom referred to me affectionately as her "worry wart." This was because, from a very early age, I fretted and worried myself silly over just about everything, from whether my toddler tights were on straight, to whether or not other kids would like me, to whether I would grow up to be the sort of adult I imagined I was supposed to be.
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By Pilar Gerasimo
EFT — or Emotional Freedom Technique — is a technique for getting over cravings, phobias, pain, and more.
By Sean Burch
A brush with death on an uncharted Greenland glacier leaves Sean Burch with an even hotter penchant for ice-cold adventures.
By Matthew Solan
Sometimes, instead of surging forward on another explosive, equipment-intensive adventure, what you really need to do is fall back and get some perspective. Here are three adventures to help you challenge your own status quo.
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.
By Andy Steiner
Is your life a mess, or does it just look like one? Decluttering experts suggest you tackle both problems simultaneously — by ridding yourself of excess stuff.
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By Pilar Gerasimo
So I'm watching a rerun of the X-Files the other night (doesn't Scully look hilarious in those early episodes) when the dreaded Arby's commercial comes on.
By Christopher Cross
A curious cross between advanced hiking and low-tech climbing, the art of scrambling is a Pacific Northwest passion – and one heck of a serious workout.
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By Pilar Gerasimo
It starts when some nice clerk ma'ams you at the supermarket. Then you notice waitresses aren't asking to see your ID quite so often. Next thing you know, you're saying things like, "When I was younger," and it no longer sounds even a little bit silly.
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