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?
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.
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.
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.
Pantone’s color of 2019 is Living Coral, and we’re sharing a round-up of our favorite eco-friendly ways to wear and incorporate the unique color into your daily life.
A new year rolls around and we hope to change the aspects of ourselves we feel are lacking. Why not tackle your wellbeing at a holistic level with intentions that could transform more than the number on the scale or the tidiness of your closets?
Whether the remaining gifts-to-get on your list are for your mom, your sweetheart, your sister or friend — or simply someone who’d love one of the gifts below, these Earth-loving presents are sure to please.
We’re here to make your holiday shopping easy and better for the planet with five great gift ideas for the man in your life, or for the person who loves a more masculine-identifying gift — all with an eco-friendly focus.
Whether you’re staying with family on Christmas Eve or attending a Hanukkah party hosted by a friend or co-worker (or any other possible holiday event) it’s customary to bring along a small token of your appreciation for your host and/or hostess. But the question remains: what to bring?
What if filling your home with the classic scent of the holidays — of spicy clove and ginger, warming orange and allspice, and exotic star anise and cinnamon — didn’t require an army of candles with potentially hazardous faux scents? Meet the simmer pot.