This morning, we opened Hold Still by Sally Mann at random and found this…
One of the best ways we know to create outdoor lighting magic in warm months are with Shoji Solar Lanterns…
While reviewing Greenbelly Meal Bars, I also found a trove of useful information about navigating the outdoors with pleasure and ease. Even naked.
We’ve collected some two-or-three-word clusters from our readings that “take the top of our head off”, Emily Dickinson’s definition of a good poem.
On a hot day, we can think of nothing more inspiring and refreshing than Pascoal’s astonishing Musica de Lagoa, made in a lagoon…inspiration for our own summer music.
Tiny Japanese restaurant Davelle employs inspired tricks to create a “bright and thoughtful little world” and a lovely feeling of wabi-sabi.
Type in any modern address to see it on earth millions of years ago, for a powerful shift of view. Then read what poet Gary Snyder has to say…
Recent research revealing altruistic communities of trees is changing the way we view Nature and the meaning of community.
On July 4, 2010, poet Mary Oliver found a whale bone on the beach and wrote a poem about it, full of ‘looking, and touching, and loving’: a fine way to celebrate independence.
Taking a virtual house tour of designer Maira Kalman’s apartment “laboratory” gave us some great ideas, including a way to discover our dream house.
Why do we humans think we should survive with all parts intact, that only that is wholeness?
In this 3-minute video, Harlem fried chicken legend Charles Gabriel shares the secrets to perfect, REAL fried chicken.
Achaan Chah, the Thai meditation master, devised a simple mind-shift that loosens our grip on the impossible notions of perfection and forever.
The New York Times’ 6 Things You’re Recycling Wrong set us straight about a few things. But Epictetus really gets to the heart of the matter.