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Skillful Life
By Pilar Gerasimo
When it comes to enjoying a healthy, happy life, good intentions will get you just so far. You also need practical skills in a variety of areas — from health and fitness to relationships and finance. Here’s an action plan for assessing and building the skill sets that matter most to you right now.
warrior 3 on rocks
By Laurel Kallenbach
Blend mind-body practices with adrenaline-pumping sports, and you get a hybrid adventure that challenges you and keeps you grounded.
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By Pilar Gerasimo
It’s only by showing up fully for what’s going on in our lives right here and now — and for the choices and commitments that we’ve decided are important to us — that we get to collect on the glowy, energizing, feel-good satisfaction that makes life worthwhile.
Bahram Akradi, founder, chairman, and CEO of Life Time — Healthy Way of Life
By Bahram Akradi
There’s no doubt that each of us would do well to stop walking by the little messes we could easily clean up and start creating more beauty and sustainability where we can.
Friends-Saying-Goodbye
By Anjula Razdan
Saying ”so long” to a played-out friendship is never easy. Here’s how to do it with grace.
sailing
By Sarah Tuff
Whether you want to learn the ropes or just feel the wind in your hair, sailing is an exhilarating - and affordable - getaway for the whole family.
a red tulip grows higher in a field of yellow tulips
By Sarah Moran
Clinging to outdated notions of who you are can keep you from reaching your full potential. Here’s how to embrace your true self.
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By Pilar Gerasimo
Living clean relies on more than just making smart choices about what we put in our mouths and on our skin. It relies on a clean environment - and a clear conscience.
warrior 1 on the beach
By Elizabeth Larsen
Frustrated that your fitness efforts aren’t producing more immediate, dramatic results? Tune in and chill out. By savoring and celebrating each small breakthrough, you’ll stay motivated for the long haul.
jumping over cones
By Courtney Martin
Is your resolve dissolving in the midst of setbacks and challenges? Here’s how to spot the obstacles blocking your way — and then put them behind you.
Bahram Akradi, founder, chairman, and CEO of Life Time — Healthy Way of Life
By Bahram Akradi
If you’ve been working tirelessly on a good plan for a long time, if you’ve been persevering and doing everything right and still not making any headway, it may be time to slow down, step back and reflect.
By Laurel Kallenbach
Threatened native habitats offer an opportunity for service amid some of the country’s most stunning landscapes.
work scene
By Sarah Moran
Master the art of asking for what you want, and you’re a lot more likely to get the things that really matter.
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By Pilar Gerasimo
We started this magazine in 2001 with a skeleton crew, an earnest desire to help people change their lives and virtually no idea what we were doing.
Travel
By Laurel Kallenbach
The demands of travel can prove perilous, undermining both good intentions and well-established routines. Here’s how you can fight back and win — even when you’re moving at supersonic speeds.
work scene
By Anjula Razdan
A workplace bully can wreak havoc on not just your job but your personal life, too. The good news? You don’t have to suffer in silence.
family by trees
By Kelle Walsh
An off-site team experience that focuses on rest and relaxation may be just what you and your colleagues need to rekindle your energy - and your team spirit.
Family jumping into lake
By John de Graaf
An unhealthy work-life balance affects not only our health and well-being, but our families and our society as a whole. Here’s what we can do about it.
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By Pilar Gerasimo
In a cultural context characterized by this sort of separation, disassociation and alienation, what is a whole life, anyway?
Get Creative
By Jon Spayde
Expressing your creativity is an important part of living, growing and becoming your best self. Here’s why creativity matters — and how to bring more of it back into your everyday world.
By Colby Johnson
Trying to please everybody all the time can result in a life lived in half measures. Learning to say no can bring you new focus and fulfillment.
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