In the first presidential debate last night, Hillary Clinton brought up Donald Trump’s history of demeaning comments about women: “This is a man who has called women pigs, slobs, and dogs, and someone who has said, ‘Pregnancy is an inconvenience to employers.’ Who has said, ‘Women don’t deserve equal pay unless they do as good of a job as men,’” she said.
Wouldn’t it be great if instead of choosing the things to throw in your gym bag in the a.m. (bleary-eyed, and in need of caffeine), a celebrity did it for you?
Lena Dunham is a busy woman. Between wrapping up the final season of Girls, perfecting her crow pose with Y7’s Beth Cooke, and working on her meditation skills, the talented writer-director-actress-author has also managed to squeeze in a quick sneaker launch.
When you’re clocking crazy long work hours, it’s impossible to slot in an hour-plus for boot camp or yoga.
If you’re constantly on the hunt for the perfect pair of leggings to power your workout and your wardrobe (*raises hand*), then we want to invite you to the coolest shopping event ever.
You do what you can to live a healthy lifestyle: fit in your regular sweat sesh, eat food with real ingredients, and perhaps dabble in meditation.
One of the best pieces of skin-care advice I ever got was also one of the most counter-intuitive: Slick my skin with oils.
What if—no matter how much kale and how many avocados you ate—your mental state was actually undermining all your healthy habits?
For the last 15 years, Gail Simmons has worked on the food front lines—from assisting Vogue’s head food critic being a judge on Bravo’s Top Chef. But even though she’s all about the envelope-pushing combinations and unique ingredients when she’s deciding who has to pack their knives and go, open her refrigerator at home and you’ll find that the Canadian-born Brooklyn-based foodie is all about simple, fresh ingredients in her own life.
From your super cute cross-back sports bra to those color-blocked leggings you just had to have, socks are probably the last thing on your mind when you suit up for the studio or a post-work run.
When running a marathon, it’s important to set goals that motivate you to run your best. Sure, running as if Ryan Gosling is at the finish line could get you there faster.
Need we even have to say it? Breast cancer sucks. That’s why the entire month of October is devoted to spreading awareness—and fighting—the disease that’s affected 3 million survivors in the US alone.
Last week, several of us decamped to Baltimore to attend Expo East, AKA healthy food heaven. With over 1,000 brands in attendance, Expo East is the place to discover what trends will be taking over Whole Foods and beyond in the coming year.
What does it take to make it big as a boutique fitness instructor? Well, after hundreds of classes, we have a pretty good idea.
Photo: Jenna Cantagallo for Well+Good Every time a shiny, new adidas Avenue A box arrives at the office, we do a little happy dance (inside…okay, and maybe outside, too).
Calorie counting suggests an appealing simplicity: Everything comes with a number. Eat less, burn more…lose weight, get healthy.
I’m sitting in a conference room at work listening to my deceased great-grandmother and a Native American medicine man I’ve never met give me relationship advice.
Powering through a tough workout is hard; breathing is easy. And good news: if you focus a little, the second can help you get through the first (and even improve your performance).
Welcome to Fit for Business, a new column from Well+Good’s co-founder and publisher Alexia Brue. Each week, she’ll take you behind-the-scenes with the most successful healthy-living entrepreneurs around the world, so you can learn what inspires them, what challenges them, and what it’s like to work in the (booming) wellness space. This week she’s sitting down with Rachel Drori, founder and CEO of Daily Harvest, a ready-to-blend smoothie delivery service. Rachel Drori’s on a mission to restore respect to the freezer aisle.
As a kid in detention—for those of you who ever did hard time after school (hand raises)—did you ever spend that time thinking about what you did?