Aparna Ayyar

With a Master’s degree in English Literature, Aparna has written extensively on healthy food, wellness, beauty and self-help. A huge fan of one-minute recipes and obsessed with super foods, she tries to walk the thin line between health food and occasional indulgences.

Emma Bathie

Emma Bathie is a wellness writer and Soul Happiness coach. She empowers women to realize that fear is only "excitement on pause" and that NOW is the time to press PLAY! on the life they've come here for. She has a gift for seeing another person's zone of genius and for helping them create the practical steps that have them living the life they've secretly been dreaming about. Emma is also the creator of “3 Weeks to Making Joy Your Set Point”, a 21 day e-Retreat for the soul that helps rebuild your joy and happiness muscle and re-calibrates your set point to that of joy. Because it is JOY that opens up life’s invisible doors and ignites her magic.

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Monica Beyer

Monica Beyer is the author of two books and has been a freelance writer on parenting, health, and lifestyle topics since 2008. Her work has appeared at SheKnows, Thrillist, Mental Floss, GOOD Magazine, Good Housekeeping, and more. She lives in northwest Missouri with her husband, four kids, and a dog named Moose.

Rachael Collier

By day, Rachael Collier is a Toronto-based communications consultant and writer. By night, she is a self-proclaimed “nacho consultant”, always on the hunt for the best food, drink and her latest travel destination. To keep a balanced lifestyle, she enjoys running, yoga, and the constant exercise of life as a new mom.

Nicole Correia

Nicole Correia is a non-profit communications professional by day and freelance writer by night. She enjoys writing about parenthood, the places people call home, food, family, and community. Nicole lives in Upstate New York with her husband and two young daughters.

Charlene Flanagan

She’s earned a Bachelor’s degree in English literature, and has a Masters in Arts. Her recent switch to a holistic lifestyle has her looking at food very differently—although she won’t admit it. When she’s not busy writing up about workouts and home remedies, Charlene

Katie Ginder-Vogel

Katie Ginder-Vogel is a freelance writer and editor based in Madison, WI. She holds Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in English from Stanford University. An avid runner, hiker, and swimmer, Katie writes regularly about health and wellness. She has two children and a dog, who keep her company on the trail, on the road, and in the pool.

Meredith Grace

Meredith currently makes her living as a marketing professional in Pawtucket, RI after diverting from a path to apply to Medical School. A lover of literature, comfort food, and technology, Meredith punctuates her day with frequent updates on current events and trending topics. Her love of food is balanced by an equal but somewhat begrudging enthusiasm for fitness and health. She’s prone to disappearing into Instagram blackouts, spontaneous dance breaks with her sisters (lots of arms and legs – look out), and spending an inordinate amount of time watching trashy TV in a matching pajama set.

Dani Katz

Dani Katz established her reputation as one of Los Angeles’s finest literary talents by way of her bold voice, her expanded perspective and her mastery of language, having published - to date - hundreds of articles in LA Weekly, Los Angeles Times, Whole Life Times, Swindle, LA Yoga, Santa Fe Reporter, nerve.com and Reality Sandwich. She is best known for her gonzo tendency to lunge head-first into evermore bizarre and terrifying experiences into which most might (not) be so bold as to dip a single toe. Oh, and her chicken-scratchy line drawings, which you can find online and alongside her articles, as well as on a super bitchin’ line of leggings adorning yoga butts the world over. She loves hot springs, raw chocolate and dangling participles, and currently lives in the middle of a giant question mark somewhere in Los Angeles.
 

Annie Mistak

Annie Mistak is a Southern belle working to spread her whimsicality and light across the concrete jungles of New York City and beyond. With a background founded in art, theatre, and fashion Annie has found herself tap dancing above the footlights or teaching Martha Stewart how to sew a brooch. Her design aesthetic could be considered grounded in woodsy nature-inspired places to exotic far-away lands reminiscent of lives past. Mixing old world with new, high-end glam with tag sale chic, boho-hippie with sleek modern edges, there will always be a surprise around every corner.

Renee Mitson

After living in Boston and Toronto, Renee is back to her home state, living in Providence, RI. She holds a B.A. in Integrated Marketing Communications and Film from Simmons College and an M.A. in Digital Media from Ryerson University. Renee is passionate about bicycle commuting, travel, and (eating) seafood.

Anushka Patodia

Anushka tries to practice what she preaches – think spin class, natural foods, meditation, and copious amounts of spa time. Armed with an MA in Journalism from England, her passions for health, wellness and travel have taken her everywhere from the banks of the Ganges to the arid expanse of the Wahiba desert. Follow Anushka on Instagram or Twitter.

Jessica Pratas

Jessica is the creator and editor of the highly successful food blog Good Eats: Mundial and its sister site, The Boston Tea Party: A Revolutionary Lifestyle Blog. A graduate of Simmons College, Jessica has worked in museums, auction houses, high-end galleries and tech start-ups. Seeking inspiration in any form it took, Jessica moved to Los Angeles and then to Atlanta, all the while writing about food, culture and photographing concerts and festivals. She’s recently relocated back to Boston, MA. You can usually find her talking with her hands about her passions, which revolve around cultural preservation, food, social justice, intersectional feminism, relationships and domestic violence, self care, pop culture feminism and The Walking Dead.

Sumdima Rai

Sumdima believes in seizing every moment of life that ought to be lived to the fullest. After foraying into various disciplines of psychology, philosophy and filmmaking, she is now into vigorous writing, eager to explore, learn and share with the world her experiences, information and knowledge for healthy and positive living.
 

Trina Remedios

She has a Masters in English literature, and has spent her recent years extensively writing about health and fitness, with a keen interest in the beauty segment as well. While her high calorific lunches are positively deceiving, her inner hippie takes to the city roads and can run circles around most marathoners.
 

Karishma Roye

With a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Media, she has over 7 years of work experience in the lifestyle segment, and has written on luxury, beauty, fitness, and health and wellness. Inclined to live and eat healthier now that she’s older and wiser, she curiously scours through the never-ending list of diet and health fads, as she scribbles down her dos and don’ts list.

Simona Terron

Simona is a journalist who has worked with several leading publications in India over the last 18 years, writing on lifestyle topics and the arts, besides interviewing celebrities. When she isn’t writing, she is busy playing the role of co-founder and communications director of The Bicycle Project, a 7 year old charity initiative that empowers tribal children.