Whether you’re planning the week’s agenda or loafing on the couch, this evening can be used to embrace the calm before the weekdays’ storm.
Embracing our limitations and narrowing our focus is often exactly what’s needed to free our minds.
Designed with budding entrepreneurs in mind, our coffee-inspired recipes will give you ideas for other ways to fulfill your daily caffeine consumption.
Some people complain of life weighing heavily on their shoulders, but for others it’s work that provides that pressure.
Sometimes perfection doesn’t need improvement. Invented more than a century ago, the paper clip is a bastion for simplicity in design.
It’s not just the work you do inside the office that counts: Sometimes what goes on after hours makes all the difference to productivity and morale in the workplace.
Sometimes opening our eyes to knowledge’s blind spots can reveal fresh solutions to old problems and give us an appreciation for the unknown.
Doodlers, rejoice! Scrawling stick figures and pyramids in afternoon meetings may actually make us concentrate more on the tasks at hand, not less.
An essay featuring quotes from a neuroscientist and an artist demonstrating the ways that the sun’s radiant power could provide phenomenal benefits to our well-being.
When the temperature drops, our bodies change: the way we hold them, the way we dress them and the way we move in them.
When the crisper months drift in, we are drawn to the home’s culinary heart. The oven provides us with a special kind of warmth and a constant flow of sweet and savory comfort.
Making the most of morning’s predawn hours can be the best way to start the day, whether it’s for reading, ruminating or romanticizing.
Humans may not be able to hibernate in the way some animals do, but we can find moments of brief respite from the season’s chill.
An essay extolling the virtues of team baking, along with three delectable recipes to get you started.
When the right scarf finds the right neck, it can add more to its owner’s character than warmth.
Some piney afflictions can be overcome using the powers of a hot glue gun, some tumbleweeds and a bit of motherly ingenuity.
Ever felt like something just doesn’t belong? The world can occasionally make us feel out of place in our own lives, but sometimes being the odd one out brings more joy than you may think.
We don’t scrutinize nature and remark on its flaws, so why not extend that sense of wonder and awe to our fellow humans? Paired with a collection of San Francisco’s oddly shaped shrubs, this essay encourages us to accept the blemishes in the world around us.
When it comes to clothing, relationships and most other things in life, chasing perfection is pointless. It’s how you flaunt your flaws that matters.
Try new recipes, learn from your mistakes, be fearless and above all have fun.” These words started a culinary coup in the kitchen where, for the first time, we were encouraged to make a mess as well as dinner.