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    Datura: Our Latest Fashion Obsession

    Datura has been on our radar lately for its age agnostic, shape agnostic, classically modern women’s fashions. One of their big fans is our own Jocelyne Beaudoin, style master extraordinaire. When Jocelyne tells us we need to check something out, we listen.  Ageless, Sustainable Fashion At 37, Stefania Borras is the...

    Hoxby: A New Way of Working Without Bias, or Office Hours

    Hoxby​ is a refreshing change — a purpose-led organization that exists to create a happier, more fulfilled society through a world of work without bias. Hoxby was founded on the belief that all ‘Hoxbies’ should have the complete freedom to choose when and where they work — their own...

    5 Reasons to Practice Mindfulness in 2020

    Why we need to sharpen the lens of mindfulness and be more willing to see the full catastrophe through a mindful eye than ever before. by Lisa Langer, PhDOf all the ancient and modern practices designed to wake us up, why has the simple practice of mindfulness and mindful meditation...

    Creating a Virtuous Circle: Impact Investing

    The best way to predict the future is to create it. For most of us, the COVID-19 pandemic has been a horrific awakening, exposing weaknesses in societal, economic, and governmental systems around the world. For those of us who are deeply involved with the environmental movement, this pandemic has highlighted...

    The Happy Hour Show: Episode 5 | A Sobering Hour

    See All the Happy Hour Shows HEREThank you for sharing in what Chip called, ‘A Soul Ache,’ last Thursday evening. We were all feeling it and came together to listen and ask ourselves what can I do to stop racism? Many perspectives were shared. Deep appreciation to our MEA...

    Happy? Sad? Embrace Both! All Emotions Are Good Medicine

    By Bija Bennett We’re in the midst of a nerve-wracking pandemic, but tearjerkers are hot. In the past few weeks, I’ve gotten “best sad movie lists” from Esquire, GQ, POPSUGAR, Thrillist, Vogue, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, and more. I find it fascinating that people love to watch movies to feel something...

    Adversity and Resiliency

    By Diane Cashin, 58   When adversity is your "normal,” growing up in the inner city as a poor child, you don’t even realize you’re experiencing adversity. And, over the course of my young life, adversity became my teacher. I related to it like a pendulum swinging from dark to...

    Places We Dream of Being: The Tiny House in Nature

    Roaming Retreats: Small Footprint, Big Connection Sometimes the architecture that fosters the deepest connection to the natural world is the structure with the lightest touch on Mother Earth. Throughout the years, we have been asked by multiple clients for a semi-temporary, tiny-cabin solution that would give them freedom to house...

    We Don’t Need a Revolution, We Need an Evolution

    Why, at a certain age, do we shift our views on aging?Aging is a privilege denied to many; our youth-centric society has diminished the value once bestowed upon elders. With babies, we count the days, then weeks, then months as they grow, but somewhere we cross an invisible line...

    The Happy Hour Show: Episode 4 | Close Encounters of the Brilliant Kind

    See All the Happy Hour Shows HEREWe had a great crowd attend last Thursday's Happy Hour Show featuring our ultra-human conversationalist, Paul Hynek, a Radical Longevity Expert, Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University, CFO for a number of businesses, Project Blue Book consultant and so much more. For those of...
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