It’s been a bit of a stressful year: Whether you lean left or right or prefer to dance somewhere in the middle, it’s safe to assume you’ve felt the heat of the political climate at some point in 2017.
It’s that time of year when things are a-changin’—energetically and astrologically speaking, that is.
As self care becomes more essential, so does the need to create surroundings that are conducive to that endeavor.
Take it from a group of Victoria’s Secret models: After a big work event or upon completing a stressful project, you should definitely take a few days (or weeks, if you’re lucky) to get in some much-needed self-care and mental-health-rejuvenating time.
For the week of December 11–17, astrologer Jennifer Racioppi is here to offer day-by-day celestial advice—with a wellness twist.
Keeping your gut healthy is one of the most important things you can do for your well-being. When your digestive system is messed up, sheer chaos in the body can ensue, like compromised emotions and mental health, a sensation of constant bloat, and even more serious issues down the line.
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard often embody true #relationship goals, and if you love their sage advice about how to properly communicate as a couple (there’s no door-slamming in their house!
It feels like every other day (literally—hello, ClassPass) the boutique fitness bubble expands even further into the digital space.
Ever since the royal family announced Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s engagement last month, the world has been clamoring for more of Markle.
Home may be where the heart is (and yoga pose-inspired wall art, for that matter), but that doesn’t necessarily mean the same thing for everyone.
Once a year, eclectic collectors, trendy twentysomethings, accessorized hipsters, happy yogis, and edgy creatives descend upon Miami Beach for the coolest art party of the year: Art Basel.
Nothing ruins happy, glowing skin quite like dry, moisture-sucking air. But if your complexion was downright radiant all spring, summer, and fall, and now that winter is coming (Game of Thrones, anyone?
Do you hear that? It’s the glorious sound of stereotypes shattering everywhere. According to new and totally scientific research, ladies might be more naturally fit than men.
If your bestie loves nothing more than sampling the latest beauty gems and all-natural skin-care potions, then the cosmetics aisle is an obvious target on your gift hunt.
Have you ever experienced that completely terrifying moment when you’re falling asleep and suddenly twitch yourself to a startling state of alertness?
People in the beauty industry get tons of goods to test out, so when someone spends their own money on something that they’ve run out of, you know it’s good.
Photo: Countryman Press Two holistic health coaches walk into a bar… Though it sounds like the beginning of a great joke, it’s actually the punchline-free premise behind the new book Clean Cocktails, penned by Beth Ritter Nydick and Tara Roscioli—two certified health coaches, who also love a good cocktail.
Back in 2014, I had a boyfriend who exclusively wore dad sneakers (and no, he wasn’t a father). At the time, I found them—and their chunky sole and wide, boxy shape—excruciating.
May I present to you the ever-so-common hair versus workout dilemma: You want to keep your locks looking decent for your post-sweat sesh plans, but you also need them to stay out of your way as you slay your burpees.
Ask any wellness guru about the weirdest things she’s done for health and beauty and you’re guaranteed to get some colorful responses.