If I say it enough times maybe I can make you believe me- spring is on its way! The next time you find yourself dreading stepping outside into the cold-wet winter, take a minute and picture this: It's 73 degrees outside and sunny, there are billowy white curtains blowing in a balmy breeze, and there are birds chirping outside your window (and they're not chirping for someone to rescue them from the frozen tundra they've been living in for four months- they're just warm and happy). Knowing that nothing can transport you to a happy place better than things that smell yummy, I've got the goods on seven fabulous new scents that will make you want to throw open your windows, step into your espadrilles, and celebrate the springtime!
I love to cook and I love books, so it only makes sense that I would like cookbooks! When I shop for holiday gifts I never pass up the chance to browse through cookbooks- no longer are cookbooks just thick books with boring ingredient lists and complicated instructions.
Decorating for the holidays is so fun- especially when we are decorating ourselves! An easy way to make sure you look fabulous all season long is to pick a few statement pieces and let them shine for you straight through to the New Year. Each of these pieces are versatile, unique, and perfect for wearing throughout this season and into the next, and they make great gifts that will not be forgotten, so pick some out, put them on or wrap them up, and have some fun!
Theologists, physicists, scientists, and doctors have spent a lot of time professionally pondering the great mysteries of life and luckily for us, they are kind enough to share the results of their research. Here are two books that will shed some bright light on the path you might be stumbling on:
This Christmas, gift-giving is definitely not about the fastest, the flashiest, or the shiniest new toys. Thoughtful gifts are always in fashion, and a gift from the heart is sure to make Baby, and Baby's parents, feel totally special. This year there are so many unique, creative, and inexpensive gift ideas out there! Here are a couple of small packages that pack a really big punch:
Red wine, while amazing on its own, could reach an ever higher standard of flavor with the magical touch of a Philip Stein Wine Wand. The company, traditionally known for creating watches that relieve stress and help people maintain a general healthier well-being, introduces the breakthrough device which uses natural energy to aerate wine, enhancing flavors and aroma almost instantly.
With a mantra of "Spreading Your Love One Letter At A Time", Simag Jewelry fits the bill for all of your gift giving. Created by Sima Gilady out of Boulder, CO, she has single handedly built an alphabet empire (both in English and Hebrew) by styling coveted pieces for budget-friendly prices