A healthy life starts with a healthy body. Running, swimming, hiking, dancing—there are lots of fun ways to move your muscles.
Lolo couldn't have gotten far without support from her friends and family. It's important to make time for the people you care about.
Good health means paying attention to your emotions—but not letting them control you. Lolo tripped over a hurdle at the Olympics, missing out on a medal. But she stayed positive and moved on from that setback.
Healthy people make time to nourish their spirits. Some go to religious services. Others volunteer in their communities or find peace in nature. Find what works for you!
You don't live in a bubble. The world around you is an important part of your daily life. By taking care of the planet- recycling, saving energy, planting trees—you create a healthier world.
For Lolo, running is a career. Right now, school is your job. It's not always fun, but doing your best will make you feel proud. Working hard now will also pay off in the future by helping you find a job you love.
Learning isn't just for school. Opening your mind to new ideas and unique experiences is an important part of wellness. Lolo travels to new places and plays the cello. What new experiences speak to you?