Turns out the bliss factor of spiritual retreats goes way beyond what’s revealed in those lust-worthy shots of exotic locales on Instagram.
You know that Starbucks now serves almond milk and just introduced avocado on everything. But did you realize that the buzz-boosting chain’s been keeping a secret stash of matcha behind the counter for literally years?
Discovering the perfect recipe that uses an alt-flour blend or sweetening your brownies using only all-natural sources sometimes feels a bit too good to be true.
One of the best things that could ever have happened to your beauty routine? The no-makeup trend, which shows no signs of slowing down.
Most people don’t exactly respond to the sound of their a.m. alarm with a loving pat and a leap out of bed.
It used to be that your only option to find non-toxic beauty products was to keep up with an ever-changing patchwork of cool-girl boutiques selling the good stuff IRL and online.
From unicorn lattes to crystal-infused cocktails, the wellness scene is seriously buzzing with beautiful, good-for-you blends that will supercharge your health while racking up the double taps on Insta.
A few years ago, shiny leggings were reserved for super-outgoing fitness instructors, avant-garde stylistas, and the occasional big night out (in black only—to resemble leather).
There’s no confirmed evidence that having a hangover is actually healthy (sorry to ruin your Saturday morning plans), but according to a new study published in The BMJ, drinking in moderation apparently does do the body some good.
Instagram’s great for glamour shots of drool-worthy superfood dishes from your favorite healthy chefs—but Snapchat’s the place to go if you want to see how they’re actually created.
Kate Hudson is not one of those celebrities who fits in a workout once in a while, but prefers to stay in with Netflix and pizza.
Misty Copeland has been a pioneer for body positivity—specifically for ballerinas—since she began dancing at 13.
Welcome to My Morning Routine, where Angela Lindvall and other good-life gurus share their personal (frequently surprising, often healthy) morning rituals—to help you make your a.m.’s more awesome. Kristen Bell Actress, mother of two, and partner for Tide’s Earth Day #CleanPledge, encouraging people to be as energy-conscious as possible when doing laundry I usually wake up to blood-curdling screams, and I’m positive it’s because someone’s arm has been broken, but really it’s just what happens when a child’s eyes open first thing in the morning.
Graphic: Abby Maker for Well+Good Breasts aren’t usually invited to the self-care party—despite the fact that there’s a restorative practice for pretty much every other part of the body (hair included).
If you’re looking to build some serious strength, it might be time to skip the gym and head to the playground instead—at least according to Paola and Pamela Del Hierro, fitness instructors better known as the Iron Twins.
Photo: Gardner Literary Breaking up with sugar is easier said than done. First, it tries to lure you back with its sweetness—even though that only lasts so long.
Welcome to Our Morning Routine, a spin on our cult-fave series about the a.m. rituals of wellness gurus—now featuring pets, too.
When you were a kid, chances are, the days when you were allowed to pick out your own breakfast cereal meant one thing: a heaping bowl of Lucky Charms or Cinnamon Toast Crunch.
Do you have a secret lurking in your makeup bag? (And is its name MAC or Christian Dior?) If you haven’t quite made the crossover to clean beauty because you’re hooked on the hues in not-so-great-for-you formulations, there’s a new trend right now that might turn you into a full natural beauty convert.
A few years ago, shiny leggings were reserved for those super-outgoing fitness instructors, avant-garde stylistas, and the occasional big night out (in black only—to resemble leather).