Health + Lifestyle

The World Health Organization has traditionally defined health as “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.”

Their definition speaks to something holistic, that health isn’t just about “symptoms” but an overall balance. For so many of us, as life becomes increasingly accelerated, it’s this balance – in our work, in our travels, in our relationships – that we need more than ever.

As a travel community, Matador is always seeking to find, learn from, and share the ground level customs around the world that help people maintain well-being.

Health + Lifestyle Articles
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Why I’m done asking my husband to help me out

by Bethany Liston
41

15 things I stopped giving a sh*t about in my 30s

by Cathy Brown
1

The UK explains consent in the most British way possible

by Amanda Machado

7 positive phrases we should be teaching America’s boys about masculinity

by Jack Fischl
3

8 things your travel friend does not need to hear

by Sarah Harvey
4

Here’s what all this criticism of the “gap year” says about our American perspective

by Mary Ellen Dingley

The racist history behind Asian sex stereotypes

by Amanda Machado
7

Here’s why it’s easier for me as a single mom to raise my kids in Patagonia than in the US

by Cathy Brown
3

10 differences between a Swedish boyfriend and a normal boyfriend

by Madelaine Triebe
1

5 ways travel can help with depression

by Alexandra Lam

What to do when your parents come visit you in Denver

by Shannon Dell

Why every father should bring his toddler out for a mini adventure

by Stefen Chow
1

Infographic: the creative routines of history’s greatest minds

by Alice Latham
2

14 reasons to never take your kids to India

by Elizabeth Totton
1

This Latina just started the first Spanish-language yoga teacher training in the States

by Amanda Machado

I travel with my kids because I want them to feel at home in any situation

by Cathy Brown

Infographic: how stressed are you?

by Alice Latham
4

Teaching yourself in your 20s to combat rejection

by Tyler Jacobson
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