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When the Cat’s Away

By Belinda Recio / September 24, 2013

If you live with a domestic cat, you know that your charming kitty isn’t truly “tame.” Sure, she lives in your home, and comforts you with her purring presence whenever she settles into your lap. But she moves through your house or apartment as if she were still in the wilderness from which she evolved […]


Back to School

By Organic Spa Magazine / September 24, 2013

It’s already that time of the year! (How did the summer fly by so fast?) For healthy, back-to-school treats, here are a few of our editors’ picks. Reuseable—and Cute! There has been lots of bad news lately about school lunch, but this is really good: reusable sandwich bags, in sets of four (two sandwich bags […]


What’s Cooking?

By Rona Berg / September 24, 2013

President Clinton had his first inaugural ball there. Liberace and Liza Minnelli performed there (when she was only 16). And now you can have one of the best farm-to-table dining experiences in Washington, DC, at this grand historic hotel. With seven ballrooms (one modeled after the East Room at the White House), the 834-room Omni […]


A Touch of Glass

By Jennie Nunn / September 24, 2013

This fall, designers are playing up bold color with gemstone-inspired hues made from natural materials like handmade and recycled glass. Multifaceted (see cover photo) Place flowers in these handmade bottle vases, or use them as decorative objects on the bookshelf or coffee table. From $48; Raise A Glass Handcrafted by Indian artisans, the Copo […]


The Green Outdoors: Backyard & Beyond

By Organic Spa Magazine / August 29, 2013

Summer is a time to enjoy the great outdoors, whether in your backyard or at a campsite. The best gear should be environmentally friendly, in the spirit of truly delighting in nature, but ideally also preserve our daily comforts. Here are some of our newest and greatest eco finds for the season. PRETTY LITTLE TENT […]


The Art of Mindful Sleeping

By Kelly Forrest / June 10, 2013

“Shelter that provides tranquility, design that creates simplicity.” Your sleeping environment should be as calm and serene as possible. We all know how easy it is to get caught up in the nightly technology regimen, checking back and forth between social media, television, Netflix and everything else that takes away from your time to sink […]


Getting The Kitchen To Work Smarter, Not Harder

By Graham Emerson Beck / May 10, 2013

“…Definitive kitchen components. Made by hand.” – Sub-Zero/Wolf I have always been taught not to judge a book by it’s cover and for good reason. In doing so, a person could misjudge a person or misinterpret a situation. But I have found that old adage holds true to certain aspects of life and not so […]


Get Inspired With Eco-Friendly Pillows

By Elke Erschfeld / May 8, 2013

Last month I attended the Green Festival 2013 in New York City. Compared to the previous year, there seemed to be more of an emphasis on health and nutrition. The benefit was that I got to sample shots of wheat grass and lots of organic chocolate. I was quiet enamored by Clif Kit’s Organic fruit […]


Counting Crows

By Belinda Recio / May 7, 2013

Crows make and use tools, demonstrate self-awareness and have a brain-to-body mass ratio equal to apes and dolphins.


Cozy Up With Organic Cotton

By Kelly Forrest / May 2, 2013

Sleep is important. It restores your energy and rejuvenates you for the day to come. Adequate sleep is an essential part of overall health and wellness. Proper sleeping habits can even lower stress, sharpen attention and spur creativity. That being said, your sleeping environment should be held in high regards. Take time to research and […]

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