How to Cultivate Love All Year Round

Valentine’s Day has come and gone and whether you welcome the excuse to be as lovey-dovey as possible or remain firmly in the camp of the dark-hearted, you have to admit: it is a solid reminder that love deserves to be celebrated — in all its forms. But why relegate that celebration to just one day a year?

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Why You Should Try Adaptogens

Adaptogens are a classification of herbs that, in a nutshell, make it easier for your body to deal with stressors. Whether it’s the pollution in the air or the junk in your diet, adaptogens have actually been scientifically proven to help the body handle physical, chemical, and biological stress more readily.

12 of Our Favorite Healthy Soup Recipes

Whether you’re watching your waistline or just really like winter, soups are seasonally appropriate and a great way to get in all of those hard-to-get vitamins and minerals.

Better-for-You Bon Bons for Valentine’s Day

When February 14th rolls around (just a few days away, by the way), it’s hard not to notice the aisles and aisles of chocolate boxes and foil-wrapped treats at markets and specialty stores — but tempting as they may be, do you really want to gift the apple of your eye chocolate made with artificial ingredients and high fructose corn syrup?

8 Romantic Dates for Nature Lovers

If fancy restaurants bore you to tears, and you couldn’t care less about what’s playing at the movies, this Valentine’s Day date list is for you. Put on your hiking boots.

How to Support Immunity All Winter Long

With temperatures across the country dipping well into the negatives last week, one thing is clear: winter is here and with those downright freezing (and dangerous) temperatures, cold, flu and other infections are here, too. Support your immune system with our winter wellness tips.

3 Ways to Change Up Your Winter Fitness Routine

While you might be tempted to hibernate under a pile of pillows and cozy throws — opting outdoors during the coldest months could be of major benefit to your physical and emotional wellbeing.

The Nomad’s Guide to Traveling With Kids

Traveling with kids, for a lot of people, has become a laughable pastime and generally more trouble than it’s worth. But for a lot of parents, staying put postpartum just wasn’t an option, and they’ve done more than found a way to make it work — they’ve found a way to love it.

Protecting National Parks During the Government Shutdown

In the wake of the ongoing government shutdown, despite limited park staff in place to man gates and maintain the safety of both the grounds and visitors, more than half of America’s national parks remain open to the public.

High Fashion Meets High Giving: Introducing Olivela

High fashion isn’t something you typically see going hand in hand with humanitarian efforts. It’s not something I’ve encountered much of in the luxury fashion and beauty space — until discovering Olivela.

Do You Need Blue Light Blocking Glasses?

We hear it constantly from all angles: too much technology is bad for you. But really, how bad is it? Is too much screen time really the cause of so much trouble, and if so, what can we do to help?

5 Podcasts for a Better You

If you think about it, January is the perfect time to make changes big and small in your life, whether you’re getting outside more and welcoming more activity into your life thanks to the cold, crisp and sunny January days or finally quitting that bad habit you’ve been meaning to quit with a support team of similarly resolution-oriented family and friends.

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