Creating a Home Yoga Practice

Love yoga, but always find an excuse not to go to class? Then try a home practice and fall in love with a healthier, calmer and more confident you.

Let’s face it, it’s not always easy to get ourselves to a yoga class on a regular basis. The mind will provide plenty of excuses: I can’t afford it this month, I’m not good enough. I don’t have clean yoga clothes. It’s too far. It’s raining. I don’t have time. It will be too crowded. […]

Shabbat Dinner for Millennials

An evening to reflect, break bread, and connect.

What is Shabbat? In a nutshell, Shabbat is a day of rest, reflection, and celebration. It begins on Friday at sunset and ends the following evening after nightfall. Six days of work, followed by a seventh day of rest, to remind us of the harsh demands of labor that were inflicted upon the Israelite slaves […]

Bring the Outside In

Nature—in its myriad forms—is the inspiration for truly unique decorating.

Back in March, I took a walk and was reminded of how many colors are still out there despite the time of year. I came across the expected red and purple berries but also: thin, red, naked boughs of a tree that look like the color of slapped skin or your stained hands after picking […]

Cedella Marley’s Modern-Day Munchies

Learn the "Ten Commandments of Cooking with Herb" plus, get Cedella's recipe for Hemp, Kale, and Apple Salad.

Smoke it, vape it, or eat it—there’s no question that you can get creative with how you want to get high, especially with marijuana’s widespread legalization. But how about a dinner party, with multiple weed-infused dishes? It’s a common trope that herb edibles often lead to debilitating highs—hilarious perhaps only in hindsight—but there is a […]

Top 10 Nature Books to Celebrate Earth Day

We’ve gathered our favorite nature books to inspire you this spring. Use them to bring the natural world into your day, your home, and yourself.

For all its beauty, spring is not an easy season. Witnessing the earth coming back to life is wonderful, but the transition from winter to spring is volatile. Springtime reminds us of the sheer force of nature. Buds rip through branches, flowers burst up through cold earth, days of rain and wet snow are followed […]

Daily Meditation

Start even if you don’t know how.

Wendy Tremayne

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