For author Erika Owen, tapping into the simple act of wandering has made her more calm, creative and accepting of change. At home in New York City, my days are scheduled from the moment I wake up to the
Put down your cup of cocoa. Step out of your slippers. It might be dark outside, but it’s only 6pm and there are hours until bedtime. It’s time to get outdoors and explore winter, not hide away from it.
You know what sounds pretty great right about now? Wrapping up in a gigantic fleece coat and feeling extremely cozy, if for no other reason than feeling cozy is a nice feeling. It would also be pretty
In Copenhagen, they've combined energy production with recreation. (Photo: Ehrhorn Hummerston) (CNN) — The intersection of winter athletics, sustainability and hygge (that Danish quality of coziness) birthed
Travel bloggers share their top recommendations for vacation spots that are super cozy and conducive to laziness. It’s a funny thing to say, at least right now, because I’m currently knee-deep in planning