There are countless benefits to being happy, and those who live in 25 special cities are reaping a whole bunch of ’em.
You’ve nixed gluten and dairy from your diet (awesome!). You have iron-clad willpower to fend off daily temptation as it arises (go, girl!
There are an infinite number of micro-improvements you can make to your bedroom (hello, plants!) and sleep situation at any given time to create a space of complete and utter serenity.
There’s nothing quite like spending time in dreamland. It is the only place where you can be BFFs with Beyoncé, take unlimited boutique fitness classes for free, and ensure PSL everything is totally healthy and nutrient rich. But unfortunately, dreaming is becoming a lot more scarce, according to what one doctor is calling a “dream deprivation” epidemic.
Silicon Valley—the hub of seemingly everything technology related—has a reputation for being somewhat of a boys club.
Hawaii’s archipelago may be the most famous islands in America, but there are plenty more picturesque ones to visit that don’t require a passport—for whatever kind of vacation you want to have.
Technology has its pitfalls, but it also offers some pretty sweet bonuses. It can help you stay connected with your cross-country BFF and help you learn to nail that crow pose, for starters.
Mindfulness rockstar Kelly Morris is an expert at guided meditations—just ask the wellness insiders who listen to her Infinity Call every day, without fail. And in this new series, she’ll be leading you through some serious intention-setting, divine-feminine magic once a month.
The next time you need to unwind, there’s one song in particular that’s likely to relax you. Its effect is so strong, in fact, that one doctor advises against listening while driving a car because of the increased chance you’ll slip into slumber at the wheel.
Plenty of designers are finding fashion inspo in the ’90s at the moment. Think: oversized sweatshirts, tear-away pants, and even mood rings.
Few simple pleasures feel more decadent than curling up with a gorgeous print publication like Cherry Bombe, the twice-yearly magazine published by editor Kerry Diamond and art director Claudia Wu.
You dutifully down your shot of apple cider vinegar each morning in hopes of tapping into the purported benefits ACV fans gush about.
Two years ago, Rachel Platten’s hit “Fight Song” not only took over the charts, but became a battle cry for many of the 252,710 women who are diagnosed with breast cancer each year.
Imagine walking into the grocery store and seeing aisles filled with indie food and beverage brands, like an adaptogenic kombucha your friend told you about and watermelon jerky. Instead of a chore, grocery shopping would be a place to discover cool products you didn’t even know existed.
Organizing your closet is a fairly easy task during the summer. When your wardrobe comprises a bunch of crop tops and leggings, even the smallest of closets can feel like a walk-in.
One of the few universal truths of the modern world is that we spend too much time on our phones. Some estimates say that we check them 76 times a day for an average of 145 minutes.
From your nine-to-five to your matcha-filled Instagram feed and the occasional Netflix-binge session, you’re likely spending most of your day looking at one screen or another. And since nothing in life comes for free, all of the conveniences and life-improving benefits that technology offers you also come with some (pretty major) downsides.
Curious what a bona fide badass looks like? Just check out a photo of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The Supreme Court Justice—and two-time cancer survivor—is the eldest on the bench (at 84-years-young), and she’s not slowing down…in the courtroom or in the gym.
Until recently, the majority of crystal jewelry tended to fall into one of a few categories—delicate mala beads, polished pendant, or big, chunky amulet. But a growing number of designers are giving high-vibe stones a capital-f Fashion makeover, many rendering them in the sculptural, graphic shapes that are seriously trending right now.
Even if you feel like you’ve been in a super-quiet space before, it almost certainly has nothing, decibel-wise, on one echoless chamber. But what can the noise-free space do for your body?