For the longest time, I was vapor. Floating. Years passed; boredom crept in. There was so much to be done.
After a little more than a decade, Arianna Huffington is leaving her namesake, the Huffington Post, to focus on Thrive Global, a new startup “dedicated to issues of health and wellness.”
A new series for Vogue titled “What on Earth is Wellness?” plans to catalogue and explain all the ways humans are desperately trying to cleanse themselves of the dirty food and thoughts polluting their lives, from blowing smoke over a crystal to drinking twelve dollar smoothies out of soft plastic.
At 8:01 Wednesday morning, People’s Great Ideas vertical published “Kim Kardashian West’s Food Diary: What I Eat In a Day,” filled with great ideas like “the Atkins 40 diet” and “Snack: 1 medium carrot.” Forty-two minutes later, several Jezebel staffers read this food diary and noticed something strange: “4 oz. Green…
Sarma Melngailis, who has been on the lam for 10 months after allegedly stealing nearly $2 million from her raw vegan restaurant Pure Food and Wine, was arrested along with her husband in Sevierville, Tennessee after a delivery of extremely not-vegan Domino’s pizza revealed their location.
Since we last came together to discuss the free speech battle absolutely shaking the vegan YouTube community to its core, so much has happened. I do not know exactly what, but so much has happened.
Following the success of her surprisingly strong literary start in The Body Book: The Law of Hunger, the Science of Strength, and Other Ways to Love Your Amazing Body, Cameron Diaz is releasing a tome that’s “an all-encompassing, holistic look at how the female body ages—and what we can all do to age better.”
In an effort to ensure that people are svelte enough to fit into their Logan’s Run jumpsuits, some companies are encouraging employees to track their health habits, including how much they exercise, what they eat, and, creepiest of all, how much sleep they get when they’re not busy becoming part of the company’s hive…
Finding a job is hard enough these days. Then once you've got one, you've got to work your ass off while also dealing with office politics and annoying coworkers. Well, it's about to get even worse for some of you, because there's a growing trend among companies of encouraging their employees to compete in "fun"…