February 2017 Issue
Between intense TV and movie roles, actor Theo Rossi makes a point of giving back to the community—in a big way.
Start 2017 off with a bang! Five experts in food, fitness, work and more offer their best advice for making this the year you achieve your dreams.
Despite a childhood scarred with abuse and neglect, model-turned-actress Gianna Simone says performing has always been in her heart. In this Q&A she opens up about the many people who have guided her on the path to authentic happiness.
You thought exercise was good for your body? Wait until you see what it can do for your brain.
Use these natural energy boosts for a lift whenever you need one.
Endurance runner Dean Karnazes may be the ultimate marathon man.
Find out what happens when happiness experts Shawn Achor and Michelle Gielan act as guinea pigs in their own goal-setting experiment.
To help your kids become high-achievers, give them the independence to make decisions, succeed and also fail on their own.
While just eight percent of resolutions are successfully kept, people who set goals show a success rate of 90 percent. Start your goal-setting practice today.
Discover qi gong, an ancient Chinese meditation practice that combines movement and breathing to cultivate your flow of energy and boost your well-being.
Best-selling author Tom Rath explains how strategic use of positive words can improve relationships and well-being at work.
Pushing yourself past your imagined limits when you work out can challenge you mentally and stretch your boundaries physically.
Actress Ming-Na Wen's groundbreaking roles in film and television have shattered stereotypes--from The Joy Luck Club and Mulan to Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.