Dance Cardio with Tracy Anderson
Spring is springing! The optimism inherent in the first blossoms says it all—that is, until you realize that bathing…
Spent: How to Feel Less Exhausted
"Spent" is the word I use to describe people who are overwhelmed, fatigued, and feel older than their years.…
The Importance of Listening to Kids
There’s a wise little human soul in there, ageless in heart even while young in time. Follow her lead.
How to Hear Our Children
We work hard to ensure that the opinions of our 10-year-old son and his thoughts on the Presidential Inauguration…
How to Raise Well-Adjusted Kids
Children need to be helped to adapt to their environment and not always have the environment shaped around them.
Why It’s Terrifying to Be a Parent
When your child feels you are thinking about them, they will experience being held and connected to you as…
Getting New Year’s Ready with Tracy Anderson
I think we all begin the new year with thoughts of things we would like to improve, learn, be…
It is that time of year, folks. I need to lose a few pounds of holiday excess. Anyone else?…
The Miracle of Being Human
Even in hard and trying times such as these, it is important to fill our hearts and minds with…
Walking the Path of Thankfulness
To express thankfulness is to attract goodness.
Feeling Gratitude by Changing Your Perspective
Very often, when I am stuck only in the Human side and am not including my Being-ness, I want…
Give Thanks by Giving of Yourself
In a word, if you really want to give thanks, give of yourself first.
At goop, we believe wellness is deeply individual. One woman’s path to health may call for sobriety; another's may involve a nightly whiskey ritual. Regardless, it’s the holistic picture that matters to us, being careful never to cleave the mind from a conversation about the body, or the body from a conversation about the mind.
Our goal has always been to ask questions—about our sex lives, our spiritual lives, the food we eat, how we work out, what happens when we die—and we know we're not the only curious ones. The answers help us get closer to what "well" means to each of us individually, and we hope they’re helpful to you.
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