Jamie Friedlander

Jamie Friedlander
Jamie Friedlander is a freelance writer based in Chicago and the former features editor of SUCCESS magazine. Her work has been published in The Cut, VICE, Inc., The Chicago Tribune and Business Insider, among other publications. When she's not writing, she can usually be found drinking matcha tea into excess, traveling somewhere new with her husband or surfing Etsy late into the night.

Dr. Oz's 5-Step Morning Routine

Dr. Oz’s 5-Step Morning Routine

By Jamie Friedlander | October 4, 2018

Mehmet Oz protects his mornings by doing the things that are easy to forget as the day goes by.

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These 2 Successful People Are Dr. Oz’s Greatest Mentors

By Jamie Friedlander | October 3, 2018

These mentors taught Dr. Oz the importance of creativity, drive, fairness and truth.

8 Philosophies Dr. Oz Lives By

By Jamie Friedlander | October 2, 2018

Here’s why personal growth is a crucial and continuing part of the talk show host’s success.

Dr. Oz Wants You to Realize Your Best Years Are Ahead of You

By Jamie Friedlander | October 1, 2018

Mehmet Oz has spent a decade teaching millions of people one simple truth: Their health is something to be valued.

How to Find the Most Credible Medical Information Online

By Jamie Friedlander | March 31, 2018

Try these tips for consulting the internet for health advice.

The Power of Creating Meaningful Moments

By Jamie Friedlander | February 8, 2018

A personal search for significance

8 Yoga Poses for Optimal Digestion

By Jamie Friedlander | January 27, 2018

Speed up your digestion with these exercises.

2017 SUCCESS Achievers of the Year: Adam Neiumann and Rebekah Paltrow Neumann

By Jamie Friedlander | January 2, 2018

This couple is shaping the way we work in the YouEconomy.

2017 SUCCESS Achiever of the Year: Roy Choi

By Jamie Friedlander | January 2, 2018

The founder of the food truck movement has a vision for the future of fast food.

2017 SUCCESS Achiever of the Year: Marley Dias

By Jamie Friedlander | January 2, 2018

Meet the 13-year-old who’s changing what today’s children read.