It’s National Unplugging Day! We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again - in a world awash with digital noise and social media mayhem, it’s good, nay, necessary, to turn off our screens from time to time and connect in real and meaningful ways with ourselves and with those around us. Perhaps you give that beautiful body of yours a little CBD TLD. Perhaps you and a loved one take a cooking class ;) Whatever you’re doing, we hope you’re sauntering into March with a little more awareness and intention.
WORK BY WOMEN FOR WOMEN
Let’s face it, aspire as we might, we’ll never be Oprah - but we can partake in some of her favorite art pieces at the “By Women, For Tomorrow’s Women” Sotheby’s auction curated by the one and only queen herself.
THE BOOK FOR BETTERING OUR MICROBIOME
As we prepare for our Fermenting with Wild Ingredients Class with Mallory O’Donnell on April 6th, we’re leafing through the new tome “Cultured” to feed our minds on how feeding our gut bacteria, can help us thrive.
THE “GOOD COMPANY" GUIDE FOR GIRLS AND WOMEN
As we bid a devastating farewell to Design Sponge this coming August, we’re looking back at one of our favorite interviews with its founder, Grace Bonney, on storytelling, inclusion and greater representation for all women in business.
AN UNEXPECTED (AND HAPPY) SIDE EFFECT OF VEGETARIANISM
Though the popularity of the keto, the paleo and all the other non-carbo diets shows no sign of slowing down any time soon, the nation’s obsession with the gram and “going green” has sparked a reminder of our passion for pasta.
ROCK OUT WITH A ROCKETMAN
Elton John is rounding out his farewell tour with three shows in NYC this coming week. Bring some big beautiful multicolored glasses to hide your tears.
MARTHA MEETS MARIJUANA
This week, America’s domestic goddess Martha Stewart announced her partnership with Canopy Growth, one of the globe’s leading marijuana producers proving Snoop’s word still has some sway.
A CHEF’S BUDDHIST INSPIRED BREAKFAST
NYC chef Camille Becerra blends her bevy of backgrounds to create a vibrant and comforting porridge to kickstart the day right.
THE HERBS FROM OUR OWN HOOD
Square Roots, the vertical urban farm based in our very own borough, is bringing new life and new meaning to local food for sustainably minded New Yorkers. Join us for our Root to Tip class to see how we make the most of these beautiful products!
A PERSPECTIVE ON PARENTING
The Canadian based Netflix show “Working Moms” blends humor and honesty to shine a light on the highest highs and lowest lows faced by new mothers.
BEAUTY SLEEP BITS AND BOBS
We’re all hyper aware of how a good night’s sleep can impact our mood, our productivity and our skin (especially in NYC, where zzzz’s are in short supply). Luckily, there’s a whole new slew of products for slathering on our bodies and brewing in our teas, to give us that ever elusive inner glow.
THE CHEFS OF COLOR WHO SHAPED THE NATION’S FOOD HISTORY
STAYING WITH SLOWNESS
How paying attention to her pain forced Bon Appetit editor Amanda Shapiro to take a beat and lean into calm.
T H E C O O K S P A C E C R E W