Women's Health

Shelf Help

Groupie Love

hhhh! Reading together in silence is taking off. With more than 40 chapters across the U.S., Silent Book Club holds monthly meet-ups in bars, coffee shops, and parks, where an hour of quiet reading is bracketed by 30 minutes of socializing. (The first rule of Silent Book Club? BYOB: Bring Your Own Book.) Gathering in a public space offers the time-starved and tech-obsessed permission to unplug and relax among kindred

You're reading a preview, sign up to read more.

More from Women's Health

Women's Health10 min read
What’s The Alternative
NOT SO LONG AGO, most people fell into one of two camps when it came to health care: conventional or alternative. You either rolled your eyes at friends who claimed energy healing cured their problem or you were game to guineapig anything from Rolfin
Women's Health2 min read
Soft And Strong… And Proud Of It.
A few months back, I got it in my head that I wanted to do a full, unassisted pullup. The interesting thing about a pullup is that you don’t train by doing pullups. You break down the move into each of its parts: gripping, hanging, shrugging, then—fi
Women's Health3 min readFood & Wine
Blast That Fat
INVIGOR Being a health and nutrition correspondent means that companies frequently send me their products, and ask for my stamp of approval. Most of the time I dive into research, give the product a try, and send the company honest feedback about wha