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By Katherine Reynolds Lewis
Learn to say no — plus two more ways to communicate more directly.
A woman smiling at work.
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
In honor of Women’s History Month, Life Time leaders share a few of the tools and strategies that have helped them succeed in the workplace.
a woman, looking exhausted and defeated, leans on her desk, hands holding head up
By Quinton Skinner
Embracing failure is just one strategy to quiet your inner critic.
Seven women of various ages and ethnicities gathered in a work environment.
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
March is Women’s History Month. Discover ways you can support your colleagues and celebrate their success, plus seven ideas to be your own best advocate at work.
Experience Life editor in chief Jamie Martin
By Jamie Martin
They may be young, but our kids have a lot to teach us when we slow down and listen.
Bahram Akradi, the founder, chairman, and CEO of Life Time — Healthy Way of Life.
By Bahram Akradi
There is no timeline for learning and discovery: Both are lifelong opportunities for growth.
Man in mask off to work
By Déjà Leonard
Returning to your job after a furlough is likely to raise some complicated emotions. This expert advice can help you work through them.
A close up of a man using a Theragun on his calf.
By Jason Stella, CPT, PES, CES
Muscles tight or sore? Stressed? Having trouble sleeping? These devices have risen in popularity as an at-home tool to help provide relief for a variety of symptoms and grievances.
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By Katherine Reynolds Lewis
Posting about your life on social media is now considered the norm — but there is some information that is best kept offline. Check out these tips on online etiquette.
Illustration of a person standing up at a stand-up desk.
By The Life Time Training Team
You’ve likely heard sitting is the new smoking, but do you know just how problematic it can be? Learn why you may want to embrace standing desks, walking meetings, and other forms of fitting in movement throughout the day.
Who-Me-
By Jon Spayde
How to stop imposter syndrome from sabotaging your success — and your happiness.
Woman doing a pushup on a desk.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Returning to a work setting after sheltering in place? These five do's and don'ts can help you maintain your health as you transition back into a routine.
Man working from home on a laptop.

In an effort to social distance and slow the spread of COVID-19, many of us have transitioned to working remotely. James O’Reilly, president of Life Time Work, offers his top five tips for keeping your days and space productive, engaging, and healthy.

Bahram Akradi, the founder, chairman, and CEO of Life Time — Healthy Way of Life.
By Bahram Akradi
We all lead and follow in different aspects of our lives. To make the most of these opportunities, let's do them both with intention.
Man working on a laptop.
By Emily Ewen
How to stay productive and healthy while working remotely.
Nurse speaking with elderly patient
By Quinton Skinner
People who are professional caregivers may experience vicarious trauma. Here's why.
An illustration of a match after it's been lit and blown on, with smoke rising off of it.
By Quinton Skinner
Here are five tips to remember when talking to a loved one who is burned out.
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By Quinton Skinner
Feeling burned out on work can seriously harm your physical and mental health. Here are nine ways to rediscover the joy in your job.
Woman in office with hands on head, very stressed
By Quinton Skinner
The effects of workplace burnout are real and widespread. Here are some signs of burnout — as well as strategies to help you recover and reengage.
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By Jamie Martin
How the Experience Life team’s real-life experiences influence our coverage of healthy-living topics.
Bahram Akradi, the founder, chairman, and CEO of Life Time — Healthy Way of Life.
By Bahram Akradi
A five-step process for pursuing your purpose-driven ambitions.
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