The poet Mary Oliver famously wrote: “Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” If you can’t answer this question, you’re not alone. But finding the answer may just be the secret to living a long and happy life.
An intuitive energy and bodywork practitioner, Kat creates products designed to enhance the flow of energy through the body by helping to restore balance to the chakras, supporting optimal health and radiance for the mind-body-spirit. We sit down with Kat to hear how she translates her passion into healing for others.
Lauren is a street artist, tattoo artist, and the creative behind the Natural Cycle packaging art. We found her after falling in love with her murals in Denver's RiNo Arts District. She hand drew each element using her signature technique, making each piece a true work of art. We sit down with Lauren to hear her inspiring story and try not to fangirl too hard.
Annie is an expert in all things homesteading (among many other things) thanks to her residency at Hidden Villa, a farm and wilderness reserve nestled in Los Altos Hills that once housed Cesar Chavez during the United Farm Workers movement. We sit down with Annie to hear her incredible story.
It’s not everyday two grandmothers set out to become the world’s best hemp farmers, but as they say, “you really have to participate in your healthcare.” We sit down with the dynamic duo Cheri and Lynn to hear how they rose to the top in a male dominated industry, despite all the odds.
Four experts share their counterintuitive tips on living the good life: Stop pursuing happiness, and other practical tips for living better and feeling better.
When stereotypically think of meditation, we can often envision people in bamboo studios or some exotic Zen garden somewhere, contorting [probably uncomfortably] into full Lotus position on dusty old mats. There’s probably a fountain trickling off in the distance, there’s a guy politely hitting a gong ever few minutes, and everyone is chanting “Ommmmm” at precisely 432 Hz. Read More
There are small, simple movements we can do today that can vastly improve our lives-in both body and mind! Three movement experts share their tips on how to incorporate more movement throughout the day. Read More
Is nature like a miracle cure? In The Three Day Effect: How Nature Calms Your Brain, a binge-worthy six-part Audible Original series, journalist (and friend of Ned) Florence Williams and a team of researchers guide former war veterans, sex trafficking survivors, and even a self proclaimed nature hater on three-day excursions into the wild to scientifally prove how nature can make us happier, healthier, and more creative. Read More
When you think of illicit activity or political protest, gardening doesn’t typically come to mind. Turns out it’s technically illegal to cultivate most land that’s not your own. Read More
What would our lives be like if our days and nights were as immersed in nature as they are in technology? What if instead of screens, we spent most of our time looking upon sunsets, crashing waves and the Milky Way? How would we feel if we consistently moved our bodies as they were designed to? What if we knew exactly which nutrients and even which thoughts would fuel performance at our highest level? Just what is our highest level? Our health, well-being and ability to thrive are all directly correlated to the extent to which we are connected to nature Read More
Not all CBD is created equal. When it comes to your health and wellness, there’s not cutting corners.
With this handy guide, you’ll know exactly what to look for and why. Read More