85. Find Your Tribe

Surround yourself with other healthy, positive, active people who share your passions. It’s a lot easier to thrive around people who are thriving.


Ten Acts of Healthy Rebellion

I’m a fan of Rilke’s wise advice to “live in the questions.” But lately, ever since we launched our popular “101 Revolutionary Ways to Be Healthy” app, I am getting one question that always leaves me flummoxed: Of all 101 Ways, what’s your favorite?




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A Manifesto for Thriving in a Mixed-Up World

We’re living in a society that is wired up to make us sick, overweight, depressed and stressed out.We can change this mixed-up reality.We can reclaim our well-being and create a better, more blissful world.




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Dan Buettner

National Geographic writer and explorer Dan Buettner studies the world’s longest-lived people and distills their secrets into a single plan for health.




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Better Life Index

Nifty interactive tool promotes policies that improve the economic and social well-being of people around the world.




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Thrive

Based on a five-year study about the universal keys to happiness.




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“The Hidden Influence of Social Networks”

Nicholas Christakis offers insights on how our lifestyle choices can impact those around us.




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More of this 101 Way at our sister site Experience Life:

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Making Friends as an Adult

How to get past the awkwardness of reaching out to new people.




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Strength in Numbers: The Importance of Fitness Buddies

Workout partners can help you stay committed to fitness and have fun. Here’s what you need to know to form an active relationship that gets results.




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Making a Group Effort

As we abandon group activities in an attempt to regain time and productivity, we may be risking the loss of a powerful support system – one that’s critical to both our health and happiness.




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A Healthy Kind of Contagious

You’ve heard by now that you can “catch” obesity from your friends, family — even distant acquaintances. But you may have missed the flip side of that story: Good health and fitness are catching, too.




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My Tribe

Many Americans rely on friends, neighbors and coworkers for the support that family members once offered. Even if your own family is close-knit, you may benefit from cultivating a family-like circle of friends.




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