21 Wellness Blogs to Help You Stay Happy & Healthy

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Health and wellness has become a hot topic in recent years. From contemporary yoga classes to trendy new diets, everyone seems to be on the hunt for the next big thing. But you don’t need a fancy fitness membership or a personal chef to be healthy; sometimes the answer can be found with a simple click of your mouse.

Wellness blogs are great way to stay informed and be inspired when it comes to living a healthy lifestyle. From nutrition and fitness to spiritual and mental health, these websites are full of useful resources to help boost your well being.

So to save you some time, we identified 21 of the best wellness blogs the Internet has to offer. Bookmark this list to keep them handy when you need them most!

1. mindbodygreen

Why follow? With a vision to revitalize the way people eat, move and live, mindbodygreen is all about providing resources for everything from nutrition and fitness to stress and relationships. This is your one-stop shop for all things wellness and you won’t get bored browsing the clever articles, recipes, tips and tricks.

2. The Minimalists

Why follow? Minimalism isn’t always about decluttering and eliminating. A simple shift of attitude will quickly show you that minimalism actually makes room for more in your life! More time, more freedom and more space to focus on what’s truly important to you. Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus started The Minimalists to help others live meaningful lives with less stuff and more growth and passion.

3. The Change Blog

Why follow? Change is hard, but it’s possible! The Change Blog is all about empowering people to “find inspiration and practical advice to make positive changes.” The blog packs a multitude of stories, advice and suggestions to make habits stick and promote motivation and freedom.

4. The Wellness Wonderland

Why follow? Katie Dalebout has made it her mission to genuinely capture all things on authenticity, yoga, spirituality and wellness. The Wellness Wonderland is chock full of resources, videos, recipes and more to encourage you to shift perceptions and shed old habits. The blog also hosts her own podcast if you prefer listening to reading.

5. Sonima

Why follow? Not only is this website beautifully designed, but it features tons of articles and resources on food, yoga and mindful living. Tune in to Sonima for at-home yoga sessions or read up on clever ways to use your holiday meal leftovers. This is your go-to blog for reducing stress on your mind and body and achieving wellness, as well as physical and mental freedom.

6. Alison Smith PhD

Why follow? Dr. Alison Smith is dedicated to helping others make well-informed decisions to promote their own healthy lifestyles. After contracting Lyme Disease and quarrelling with Canadian medical professionals over treatment options, she decided to take her health into her own hands. She began working with a Lyme literate doctor in the United States and uses her blog to broadcast ways you can benefit your own health with easy, at-home remedies.

7. Unstuck

Why follow? No matter what is holding you back, there’s always a way to get unstuck! “I’m over my head,” “work sucks” or “I’m unmotivated” are all excuses debunked by this clever website. Visit Unstuck and use the app to help you determine how and why you’re stuck and learn ways to take action. This digital coach will help you maximize your potential one day at a time. 

8. Q by Equinox

Why follow? Crisp, beautiful design and a host of helpful conversations on fitness and wellness are what you’ll find on this blog. The folks at Equinox believe the body is the ultimate investment, which is why they love providing inspiration and information in an elevated way to help you reach your healthy living goals.

9. Mentality WOD

Why follow? According to Mentality WOD, “your mentality is made up of your thoughts, feelings, beliefs and attitudes.” This website is all about promoting healthy living by working through pressure and stress, learning about the thoughts holding you back, and understanding and overcoming your fears and anxieties.

10. Yahoo Health

Why follow? With a host of articles on just about every subject regarding all dimensions of health, Yahoo Health is your go-to blog for a holistic outlook on healthy living. This website doesn’t just stop with eating and fitness tips—they push articles on relational health, intellectual health and other fascinating topics.

11. Well by The New York Times

Why follow? Writers contribute to this blog with all sorts of articles on interesting subjects regarding healthy living. “Can You Be Fat but Fit?” and “Turning Your Smartphone into a Breathalyzer” are just samplings of the informative and entertaining articles found on the Well blog. The blog also features “Ask” articles, which answer health-related questions submitted from the readers themselves.

12. Pick the Brain

Why follow? With keywords like motivation, productivity, health and self-improvement, you can’t go wrong with this website. Pick the Brain takes a broader approach than your basic “self-help” blog and focuses psychology and self-education, taking healthy living to the next level.


Why follow? BLISS is MODE’s blog and it’s all about shaping a mindful, balanced life, which includes more than just food and fitness. With topics spanning from feminism to New Year’s resolutions to natural skincare, you won’t be left looking for more tips and tricks. While you’re at it, check out MODE’s other blogs on style, motherhood, culture and more.

14. Life by DailyBurn

Why follow? Check out the Life blog by DailyBurn if you want a hearty dose of recipes, articles on gear and gadgets for healthy living and lifestyle tips on everything from sleep to mental health. Overwhelmed by change? This website is perfect if you’re looking to make small, incremental changes to improve your wellbeing.

15. Everyday Health

Why follow? Everyday Health covers health from A to Z – literally! There’s a section that covers all sorts of symptoms and illnesses one might have. But the fun doesn’t stop there. There are plenty of articles covering mental and emotional health also. There’s even an entire section devoted to senior health.

16. Greatist

Why follow? Greatist divides its articles into three sections: “Eat,” “Move” and “Live.” With articles about playground workouts and the amount of toothpaste you’re using, you’ll find a little bit of everything on this site. You’ll always be engaged, learning things you never even knew you needed to know!

17. Well+Good

Why follow? Alexia Brue and Melisse Gelula are co-founders of Well+Good. They launched the company as a premiere lifestyle and news publication dedicated to the wellness scene. The blog keeps up with trend spotting on the healthy living beat while reporting on modern nutrition, natural beauty, boutique fitness and more.

18. Wellness Today

Why follow? Wellness Today is an affiliate of the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, compiling valuable wellness resources for readers. Check out articles written in-house as well as handpicked, credible articles from across the web. This company is thinking big and works to promote global wellness and a shift in community through thoughtful dialogue.

19. Nutrition Stripped

Why follow? After migraines and lethargy led her to rock bottom, dietician and nutritionist McKel finally found her calling: the world of nutrition. She launched Nutrition Stripped as a way to encourage readers to experience their bodies as they were meant to function. She does this through lifestyle articles, recipes, interviews and other handy resources.

20. Fitting It All In

Why follow? Clare, a medical student, started Fitting It All In as she recovered from an eating disorder. She’s passionate about erasing the stigmas around eating disorders and mental health. She also aims to promote healthy living and recovery for those with unhealthy body image and self-esteem. She’s a certified holistic health coach who loves working with women who want to regain their health.

21. Healthy Living by HuffPost

Why follow? You’ve surely heard of the Huffington Post and their Healthy Living Blog is sure to live up to its name. Not only do articles cover tips and tricks for your own health and wellness in all areas, they also give helpful advice on how to assist friends and family in achieving a healthy lifestyle. If you’re looking for a slightly more intellectual or political take on wellness topics, this is your go-to website.

Ready to inspire healthy living?

With this list of wellness blogs, you’re now well-equipped to elevate your healthy lifestyle to the next level. You might even consider learning more about how you can expand your reach and promote these initiatives in your own community. Check out this article to learn more: What is it Really Like Being a Community Health Worker?

Lauren Elrick

Lauren is a freelance writer for Collegis education who writes student-focused articles on behalf of Rasmussen College. She enjoys helping current and potential students choose the path that helps them achieve their educational goals.

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