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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“The Farm” in Tennessee is the country’s oldest intentional community. But the real story is how they deliver babies.

by Shannon Dell
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19 signs it’s been WAY too long since your last vacation

by Hal Amen

19 little things you will miss when you leave Utah

by Rachel Rueckert
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How to travel the world for (almost) free

by Heart of a Vagabond
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12 types of guys girls hook up with while traveling

by Stephanie Be
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Here are the hottest hipster neighborhoods in the US

by Yahoo! Travel

The 19 most revealing expressions of Bulgarian culture (and a few funny ones)

by Anna Pelova

You know you’re a Canadian in the US when…

by Claire Litton-Cohn

Destroying our world one butt at a time

by Morgane Croissant
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How I threw (almost) everything away when I moved to Japan — and don’t regret it

by Louise Hung
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10 things Montrealers have to explain to out-of-towners

by Claire Litton-Cohn

15 things you get nostalgic about when you leave Alabama

by Elizabeth Hudson

Science confirms that being yourself is sexy

by Matt Hershberger

Outdoor photographer says goodbye to his dog in incredibly touching video

by Morgane Croissant
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16 truthbombs about travelling in Cape Town you need to hear

by Jo Jackson
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9 reasons you should never date a Jersey Girl

by Matt Hershberger
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8 things I learned from my Portuguese dad

by Sandra Guedes

22 signs you were born and raised in Texas

by Genevieve Northup
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