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The holiday season just wouldn’t be as festive without all the food, wine, and family time, but seasonal indulgences don’t always make it easy to stay healthy. Check out these tips that will help you start the New Year fitter and happier than ever.
Planning to host Thanksgiving festivities this year? Here's a handy (and healthy) guide that'll take the headache out of prepping for the big day.

While some people are trapped in cubicles, their muscles and souls slowly deteriorating, other employees stay happy, healthy, and fit all day long. From complimentary organic snacks to personal masseuses, these 46 companies prove there's no place like work.

New research from an Australian University links telecommuting to high stress levels. But do the benefits outweigh the drawbacks? Read on for a breakdown of work-from-home research plus tips to successfully stay productive while working in your pajamas.

Roommates who stink, mountains of assigned reading, and moving away from our BFFs —there’s no question that the college transition is rough, but it’s also rewarding. We’re here to help, with tips for how to make living on your own an awesome experience.

Want to lose the love of your life? Didn’t think so. Avoid these bad habits that could harm a happy relationship.

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In this series, Greatist tackles the biggest holiday stressors. This week, learn to beat the budget-busting nuisance, shopping.

GUEST POST: Dani DiPirro knew she wasn't cut out for the 9-to-5 grind. But it took courage — and support from friends and family — to become the writer she'd always hoped to be.

Want to lose the love of your life? Didn’t think so. Avoid these bad habits that could harm a happy relationship.

Whether it's the result of a breakup or the death of a loved one, heartbreak can be an overwhelming experience. Fortunately, there are some tips for coping with the pain.

The author of the bestselling book “The Happiness Project” loves ballpoint pens, candy, and helping people find meaning in their lives. Read on to find out what keeps the New York City mom cheery these days.

Roommates who stink, mountains of assigned reading, and moving away from our BFFs —there’s no question that the college transition is rough, but it’s also rewarding. We’re here to help, with tips for how to make living on your own an awesome experience.

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