Williamsburg is basically ‘Wellnessburg,’ and we have the healthy travel guide to prove it

 Ready to plan your wellness-rich Williamsburg itinerary? Watch the video for inspo. There isn’t much Well+Good video producer and host Ella Dove hasn’t tried in the name of wellness (horseback yoga, anyone?) So naturally, we tend to trust her opinions on what’s worth trying and what’s plain weird—no matterContinue Reading

Thumbnail for A self-help book from 1936 is New York Public Library’s most-borrowed non-fiction title ever—here’s why it’s still relevant today

While most advice gets lost as the years go by, certain wisdom proves timeless. First published in 1936, Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends & Influence People is widely considered one of, if not the best self-help books to date. According to the New York Public Library, it’s one ofContinue Reading

Thumbnail for Move over, almond butter: watermelon seed butter (yes, really) is ready to be the new hero of your pantry

There’s certainly no shortage of nut butters on the market, but brace yourselves: the future of alternative spreads is here, and we’re only just getting started. In October, Whole Foods predicted that 2020 would be a big year for expanding beyond traditional almond, peanut and other nut butters. Now, companiesContinue Reading

Thumbnail for Is flirting cheating? Relationship pros weigh in

A bashful gaze, a suggestive gesture, a touch of the arm. These are all commonly held telltale signs of flirting. But, it’s necessary to note that since flirting isn’t a science and is rather completely subjective, what one person might qualify and interpret as flirtatious behavior might be completely disparateContinue Reading