This Week in Wellness
As self-described wellness geeks, we spend plenty of time on the internet, tracking down new information about everything from meditation to the chemicals in our beauty products. In our weekly update, we share the best of the best with you, just in time to add them to your weekend reading list.
The Wall Street Journal
This weekend’s inspiration: the story of an Indian entrepreneur using his genius edible cutlery to tackle plastic waste and other human-health and ecological disasters.
The New York Times
Long-distance friendships are an inevitability these days. Here, experts from every walk of life share tips on maintaining them across the country. (One idea we can get behind: planning great trips.)
The Topanga Canyon-based pop-up/festival/marketplace (the third annual) officially starts next weekend. There’ll be music and plenty of healthy snacks available in addition to the gorgeous artisan goods, so it’s actually a great place to bring the kiddos along.
A few nice factoids about which airplane seats are safest for littles, and a convincing argument for shelling out a bit extra so they can have their own seat.
New research out of UCLA has identified a gene variant that might be a clue for understanding which women suffer from hot flashes. And an official reminder to call your mother.