The top dog breed in the US has remained the same for almost 30 years: https://t.co/5b2I9LIEzv The American Kennel Club has released its annual list of favorite dogs, and the top dog has been in that spot for 27 years. April 24, 2018 at 04:59AM …

The top dog breed in the US has remained the same for almost 30 years: https://t.co/5b2I9LIEzv The American Kennel Club has released its annual list of favorite dogs, and the top dog has been in that spot for 27 years. April 24, 2018 at 04:59AM … April 24, 2018 at 03:18PM

Why eating what you love can—and should—be part of a healthy diet

January 28, 2020 at 02:00AM by CWC It’s safe to say that for a long time, “healthy” food didn’t always make the mouth water. Watery, low-fat milk, rubbery tofu with no seasonings, and stomach-churning macrobiotic salads were long the staples of health-conscious households, none of which were about to win any Michelin stars. While culinary … Continue reading Why eating what you love can—and should—be part of a healthy diet

The unstoppable Betty White turns 98 today—these are her secrets to aging well

January 17, 2020 at 08:51PM by CWC Betty White, the queen of living your best life, is 98 years old today. But to her, age is just a number. Many of us grew up loving her on The Golden Girls, and she’s still making us laugh. Getting older in Hollywood isn’t easy, and White has … Continue reading The unstoppable Betty White turns 98 today—these are her secrets to aging well

Outdoor Voices is building a movement to move—and proving you can have fun doing it

December 27, 2019 at 10:16PM by CWC For some, it’s the exercise dress that made them converts. For others, the MegaFleece. And for the JOMO crowd, it’s softer-than-a-dream CloudKnit from head-to-toe that had them hooked. Piece after piece of instantly-sold-out releases prove that Tyler Haney’s cool-to-be-active brand Outdoor Voices has become a cult-fave factory. And … Continue reading Outdoor Voices is building a movement to move—and proving you can have fun doing it

The weirdest wellness things we tried this year (and the verdicts)

December 26, 2019 at 05:00PM by CWC If there’s one thing to be said about life as a wellness reporter, it’s that boredom is not part of the job description. Team Well+Good spends hours each month trying new fitness trends, testing new technology, and vetting woo-woo wellness practitioners—and as you can imagine, some of the … Continue reading The weirdest wellness things we tried this year (and the verdicts)

Ready your cart: These are the absolute best beauty launches of 2019

December 25, 2019 at 02:00PM by CWC In June 2019, the global beauty market was valued at $532 billion dollars—and it’s growing faster than ever. That means that this year, there were a lot of new launches worth checking out, from new-to-market brands to innovative products that have the power to change your life—or at the … Continue reading Ready your cart: These are the absolute best beauty launches of 2019

London art exhibitions 2020 – MUST SEE!

January The year starts off with a roar – meet, if you dare, the mighty Tyrannosaurs in the National Museum of Scotland’s groundbreaking exhibition. In Bath, discover the early ceramics of Grayson Perry, many of which were retrieved from obscurity after an appeal to the public. Anne Katrin-Purkiss‘s photographic portraits at the Lightbox in Woking celebrate pioneering women, … Continue reading London art exhibitions 2020 – MUST SEE!

If you’ve heard of goat yoga, it’s time to level up and try horseback yoga

December 12, 2019 at 11:00PM by CWC Yoga’s cool and all, but imagine doing it on top of a horse. If you’re thinking, ‘Huh?’ rest assured that horseback yoga is indeed a thing (as it goat yoga and puppy yoga, ICYMI). Think of it as a mix between the two wellness modalities of yoga and … Continue reading If you’ve heard of goat yoga, it’s time to level up and try horseback yoga

How SNAP, formerly known as the Food Stamp Program, really works

December 06, 2019 at 07:00PM by CWC Could you eat if you only had $4 a day to spend on food? That’s what millions of Americans have to try and do. SNAP, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, is vitally important to nearly 50 million Americans and assists low-income families who work but have large child … Continue reading How SNAP, formerly known as the Food Stamp Program, really works

How all travel became wellness travel in the past decade

December 02, 2019 at 02:00PM by CWC Even if you’ve always been the type to take an annual yoga retreat or use hotels gyms, healthy-travel options were fairly limited and siloed off until recently. You certainly couldn’t meditate via a seat-back airplane TV, book a consultation with a sleep concierge, or score kombucha from your … Continue reading How all travel became wellness travel in the past decade

Checks+Balanced: How pregnancy changed budgeting for a 25-year-old in Seattle

November 29, 2019 at 01:00PM by CWC Even in a world where questions about menstrual cups and the ins and outs of sex are completely (and blessedly) normal, somehow the ever-ubiquitous use of money remains a touchy subject for many. People want to live their healthiest life ever, but—#realtalk—it can add up. Have you ever wondered how your colleague … Continue reading Checks+Balanced: How pregnancy changed budgeting for a 25-year-old in Seattle

How losing my dad fundamentally changed how I celebrate Thanksgiving

November 28, 2019 at 01:00PM by CWC My dad would only eat cranberry sauce if it was in the shape of a can. Every year on Thanksgiving, my mom worked for hours over the meal—which always included homemade cranberry sauce, with actual whole cranberries in it—but the last thing she did before we sat down … Continue reading How losing my dad fundamentally changed how I celebrate Thanksgiving

6 questions to ask yourself before booking that ‘Eat Pray Love’ trip, according to a travel coach

November 14, 2019 at 12:00AM by CWC In a perfect world, solo travel is an indescribably empowering experience of a lifetime. You embark on this exotic adventure filled with architectural beauty, decadent meals, and Javier Bardem. Yes, the idea of a solo trip glorifies leaving your life behind, only to return once enriched by a … Continue reading 6 questions to ask yourself before booking that ‘Eat Pray Love’ trip, according to a travel coach

Book that girls’ trip now, because traveling with friends promotes health and happiness

November 09, 2019 at 02:00AM by CWC Any excuse to travel is great, but there are so many mind and body benefits to glean from travel with friends, specifically. That’s why my three best friends and I have ritualized our annual girls’ trips. The first getaway we took was to Panama City Beach, Florida, for … Continue reading Book that girls’ trip now, because traveling with friends promotes health and happiness

Has burnout culture made you addicted to ambition and busyness?

November 06, 2019 at 02:00PM by CWC Like most freelancers who juggle multiple clients, projects, and deadlines—sometimes seven days a week—I often feel like the dogs in this meme. That’s to say, while I might be smiling on the outside, I’m completely overwhelmed by my circumstances, many of which are by my own choosing. But … Continue reading Has burnout culture made you addicted to ambition and busyness?

Checks+Balanced: A 25-year-old restaurant manager in Austin budgets for boutique fitness and beauty

October 18, 2019 at 02:00PM by CWC Even in a world where questions about menstrual cups and the ins and outs of sex are completely (and blessedly) normal, somehow the ever-ubiquitous use of money remains a touchy subject for many. People want to live their healthiest life ever, but—#realtalk—it can add up. Have you ever wondered how your colleague … Continue reading Checks+Balanced: A 25-year-old restaurant manager in Austin budgets for boutique fitness and beauty

The new definition of ‘American’ cuisine pushes the boundaries of fast food and TV dinners

October 17, 2019 at 12:00PM by CWC Between 2013 and 2015, artist Lois Bielefeld set out to photograph the “typical American meal” in a series called Weeknight Dinners. The scenes are as mundane as they are interesting. One image captures a couple eating on the floor of their living room. In another, a teenager places her phone between … Continue reading The new definition of ‘American’ cuisine pushes the boundaries of fast food and TV dinners

An elite runner swears by an oldie-but-goldie recovery routine to amp up her rest days

October 01, 2019 at 09:18PM by CWC In fitness eras past, bragging about your gym gains was all the rage. Now, the real flex is how well you recover. That’s why we tapped Melissa Wolfe, a coach at New York City’s Mile High Run Club, to hear all about how she decompresses her body in … Continue reading An elite runner swears by an oldie-but-goldie recovery routine to amp up her rest days

Your core is made up of *many* more muscles than just your abs—here’s how to work ’em all

September 20, 2019 at 02:16PM by CWC Raise your hand if you’ve always been under the impression that your “core” and your “abs” are basically the same thing. After all, you know that a plank works your core, and a plank also works your abs, so if A equals B, then B must equal A…right? … Continue reading Your core is made up of *many* more muscles than just your abs—here’s how to work ’em all

Your preference for night, afternoon, or morning sex says a lot about who you are

September 13, 2019 at 03:00PM by CWC “When do you like to bang?” is probably not a question you were expecting to get asked today (or maybe you were, IDK your life), but here we are. Just like people like different things in bed, they also like to get it on at different times of … Continue reading Your preference for night, afternoon, or morning sex says a lot about who you are

The Best Bottomless Brunches in London

by The Nudge The Best Bottomless Brunches in London Last updated: 22nd July 2019 | Main image: Martello Hall Technically, there’s no end to the best bottomless brunches in London. But, in the interests of time and, yes, out-and-out favouritism, we’ve rounded up a collection of the finest places for a booze-laden, mid-morning feast; from … Continue reading The Best Bottomless Brunches in London