My Best Ways

mybestways is your trusted advisor for navigating the wide (and wild) world of wellness. Since our launch in 2019, we have set the standard for reporting and trend-spotting on the healthy living beat in order to help define and demystify what it means for you to live a well life, inside and out.

Sitting at the cross-section of trends, service, and evidence-based journalism, Well+Good works to inform, empower, and educate communities and individuals in the many ways your day-to-day impacts your ability to live well. We believe that wellness and health should be attainable for all, while working to challenge the systems and barriers that prevent that from becoming a reality for many. Your well-being is a birthright. Wellness is how you get there.

 

1 Well-being is a right for all, and we have a responsibility to challenge the systems that prevent people from living a well life.

2 In journalism and a research-backed approach.

3 That lived experience is also valid, particularly for marginalized communities.

4 Wellness is deeply personal and ever evolving: what works at 27 may not at 52 and beyond—we’re committed to meeting you wherever you are.

5 That people’s relationships with health, health care, and wellness are impacted differently by their race and ethnicity, socioeconomics, gender, sexuality, and ability. As such, we strive to make our content relevant and accessible to as many different kinds of people as possible.

6 We can not truly be well if the planet is not.

 

7 Community care is self care, and we’ll continue to foster ours in all areas, with acknowledgment of when we fall short.

8 Mental health is just as important as physical health.

9 Wellness is always changing, and trend forecasting is core to our DNA.

10 In a holistic approach to wellness, and that we have a duty to acknowledge and amplify the cultural roots of practices and rituals that we cover.

11 Access to healthy ingredients and the opportunity to attend fitness classes and other wellness experiences is a privilege. We aim to open doors and provide accessible resources and alternatives for all.

 

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