"It completely changed my life."
You'll be way more likely to show up.
When Knoll, 35, quit magazine editing to focus solely on storytelling, the leap of faith led to two best sellers (Luckiest Girl Alive, which is being turned into a feature film produced by Reese Witherspoon, and The Favorite Sister) and helped her craft an A+ ethos for self-care and success.
At Women's Health, that's our SOS signal - because bad shut-eye is a universal woe, even among our wellness-loving staffers. So when a surge of new products and home remedies for better rest flooded our feeds, you bet we tested 'em. Our hope: These sleepy-time rescuers can help you catch more hours in bed too.
After struggling to find a yoga class she liked, the then–fashion account exec created her own: Y7. The candlelit, beats-blasting sweat sesh is now a bicoastal sensation, her full-time gig, and what’s made her a bona fide wellness warrior.
Definitions of the word scar say it’s synonymous with blemish and flaw. We call BS. At WH, we think the body’s ability to rebuild itself, and the marks left behind, are both badass and beautiful. No matter where they fall, or where they came from, scars are a testament to power and survival—something to wear with pride. We’ll let these warriors show you. Every scar tells a story. Here, five women share theirs.