Studies have shown that exposure to the sun’s rays makes us happier, more productive, and has been linked to overall better quality of life. Are you getting enough sun? Most of us aren’t, especially with the shorter days in winter.
Negativity can be habit-forming, but if it were scientifically proven that positivity could change your life, would you make it a priority? Read on for tips on how to eliminate negativity in your life.
While we work to set intentions, draft resolutions, and prepare for the year ahead, decluttering is often a task that’s overlooked, but can help set us up for a successful new year. Get a fresh start with our 5 easy steps!
If you need a few ideas for moving from resolutions to intentions, we’re sharing some shifts that could help you blossom into the new year.
Travel is hard on everybody, but also incredibly rewarding. Go on a family vacation this year — WITHOUT walking through it in a sleep-deprived daze. Check out our tips for how to keep your kids on their sleep schedule while you travel.
A lot of people don’t realize this, but there are a TON of really amazing sustainable toy companies. Made from sustainable materials and packaged in all the right ways, these eco-friendly toys will make gifting a landslide of toys a little less guilt-inducing this holiday season.
People have so much stuff, it’s literally causing them anxiety. Send this list of experiences to your family and friends this holiday season to reduce clutter and the anxiety that comes with it.
Most people DON’T sleep naked, but this writer wants to know, why wouldn’t you? Science backs it up: sleeping naked is actually good for you. Read on to learn more about why it’s time to stop buying pajamas and invest in a good robe instead.
In the fight against climate change, the cities at the forefront are just that, cities. New York, Paris, London – major metropolises fighting the good fight to better the planet and its inhabitants, using their might as destinations of the world, bold names in bright lights, to sway and influence the public and major corporations.
If you’ve ever dreamt of giving up the lease on your apartment and hitting the road in search of adventure, you’re not alone. Meet the Honey House Bus, a converted circa 1962 school bus complete with solar panels and a cozy wood-burning stove.