As mom and I swam in the saline pool, enjoyed a meal of local, sweet scallops, and blissed out with deep tissue massages, the inn's sustainable touches made everything taste and feel a little more like home.
While a tech detox doesn't require a recognized day, busy professionals and Facebook/TV/Smartphone addicts might find the National Day helpful, let alone, a good excuse to enjoy life's little luxuries!
My flame for the small-business and artisan supporting marketplace was re-kindled surfing the 263 items -- from mat bags, to hand-knit yoga socks, calming wall art and more -- made locally in Brooklyn alone.
I was just one of countless Americans, "spending $50 billion a year on medications, physical therapy and related costs" for back pain alone as the New York Times' Well Blog reports. That's until I met yoga. A recent study shows why.
My ongoing mission to make quick n' easy meals more interesting and nutrient-rich than a post-yoga protein bar continues. But with the weather cooling down and my body craving warming comfort foods, my favorite Quinoa Salad spiked with