We’ve created a collection of confections that celebrate milestone ages, inspired by the culinary trends of their eras. Make a wish!
Aging is happening and you can’t stop it. You can, however, change your perspective toward it and embrace it with all the energy, grace and style in the world.
A photo essay and interview with German photographer Karsten Thormaehlen, who travels the globe documenting the stories behind and the faces of some of the world’s oldest dwellers.
A highly imitated design aesthetic, a nonmaterialistic lifestyle, spiritual equality and the invention of the clothespin, pen nib and apple corer: These are just a few reasons to appreciate what the Shakers left behind.
We asked some surfers from around the world some questions about their year-round surfing habits and some tips for those who want to get noseriding.
Photographer James Bowden zigzags his way around the West Coast of Ireland, stopping occasionally to surf, sleep, snack or stand.
When it rains, it pours. And during these extreme weather days, that means a lot! Here are some ideas for rainy-day activities indoors and out.
Slappe means relax in Danish, and we think these Copenhagen natives know how it should be done. Whether you’re looking for places to nap, daydream, eat ice cream or read a great novel in the big city, here are some ideas for you.
We are approaching the last days of summer, so it’s an ideal time to fire up the grill and try our recipes for fish and cherry tomatoes.
As people get older, they realize that time is more valuable than money. And finding more time to do absolutely nothing is perhaps exactly what we all need.
We visited the wonderful town of Tivoli, New York, and found a local swimming hole along with some other good places to slow down for.
Weekend trips for two conjure images of candlelit dinners and screaming matches from passenger-seat drivers. We have a few suggestions for getting through a romantic getaway unscathed.
“The cure for anything is salt water: sweat, tears or the sea,” wrote Isak Dinesen. We couldn’t agree more. Here is a poem to read before you set sail.
Once you learn it, you will always remember how to communicate with the water. The movement is etched in your brain. The moment rejuvenates the soul. Swim, just swim.
We don’t need a birthday or national holiday to set off fireworks or throw a party. We will make our own rituals and celebrate the time we’ve got for any old reason.
When most people think of camping, they think about doing it with friends or family. But camping alone can be exactly what you need to turn inward, look outward and revel in the quiet.
Weekends provide a much-needed break from the monotony of the workweek—let this mean mornings when you don’t just make your bed, you sculpt it.