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

40 things you should never say to a gay guy

by Nomadic Boys

10 German words we should all be using

by Morgane Croissant

12 differences between a normal girlfriend and a Swedish girlfriend

by Madelaine Triebe

10 pets of Instagram who are better travelers than you

by Morgane Croissant

7 scientific facts that prove travel is good for your health

by Marcie Snyder

How to parent like a Greek

by Joanna Kalafatis

7 things I wish I’d learned to say a long time ago

by Colin Heinrich

The 20 worst relationship advice to give to someone in their 20s

by Claire Litton-Cohn

9 culture shocks Americans have in the Czech Republic

by Katka Lapelosová

6 questions you need to ask yourself before you move abroad for love

by Morgane Croissant

6 ways having a British husband will change you

by Eileen Cotter Wright

6 things you definitely need to know if you want to date a Swedish girl

by Madelaine Triebe

10 aspects of Filipino culture I just can’t seem to escape

by Rosalyn Estoque

A step by step, no BS guide to exactly how I paid for a year’s travel

by Tara Povey

9 reasons you should never date a British girl

by Sarah Elizabeth Jones

18 of the most clichéd dates around the world and where you should go instead

by Morgane Croissant

If your current job is sh*t, turn it into fuel

by Jacqueline Kehoe

13 differences between a normal mom and a Greenlandic mom

by Tina Egede
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