The middle of winter is a time when it can be easy to forget about our bodies and the vital role they play in our lives. Somewhere in the chilly mix of it all we can find ourselves reverting to unhealthy habits, not realizing the great potential this season has for rejuvenation and healing.
It’s that time again! The Golden Globes have come and gone, the Academy Award Nominations were announced just yesterday, and there’s a healthy lineup of celebrations from the SAG Awards to the Grammys still in our sights.
Oh, how I love the city of lights. Yes, it has been romanticized in our minds from cinematic shots of the Eiffel Tower to long walks on the River Seine — from “Before Sunrise” to “Amélie” to Jean-Luc Godard’s “Breathless.”
Yeah, sure, kale, we know. From salads to popsicles to Beyonce’s T-shirt, kale has seemingly taken over. And I’m bored with it. Or at least I thought I was.
The Tig Archives 07 / 28 / 2015 A vegan diet will shed pounds faster than you can say umeboshi plum. While not a vegan,
New York is a city I have come to know so well in recent years, feeling less like a tourist and more like an avenue hopping, city block bustling local.
Growing up in LA, with a travel agent for a mom, we would pop down to Hawaii a couple times a year – a quick jaunt to immerse yourself in beaches, culture, and a heck of a lot of pineapples.
I was about ten years old when I first ventured to the island of Catalina off the coast of Los Angeles. With its small town charm, rich folklore, and history of being the backdrop for many a Western film, it’s a perfect jaunt from the hum drum of Hollywood.
When diagnosed with a rare illness called Postural Tachycardia Syndrome, Ella Woodward found herself bedridden, weak, and riddled with symptoms such as headaches, digestive issues, and chronic pain.