Yoga 365 presents a year’s worth of daily readings that invite yoga lovers of every skill level to bring the inspiration they experience on their mats into their everyday lives. Each entry explores a mind-body theme such as balance, strength, and resilience in a short, illuminating paragraph that can be enjoyed in the morning or at bedtime, incorporated into a yoga session, or read on the go. Featuring a serenely beautiful hardcover and a spacious, color-washed interior, the package is as calming in the hand as the readings are to the eye. Yogis will find it to be a motivating tool for personal growth and a lighthearted, gift-worthy way to share the joys of their practice with others.
What it smells like: Fresh air hitting your face after being stuck in an office all day. Perfectly chilled cucumber slices on your puffy eyelids after a long night with your best friends. The first sip of tea on a cool, fall day. A well-balanced hint of citrus in your favorite salad.
What it smells like: a big, cozy, aged-to-perfection leather armchair in the library of your dreams. A bonfire on the beach in Indian Summer. Earthy, warm wood heating up in a custom-built dry sauna.
From a poppy seed to a pumpkin, ten fruits and veggies illustrate the size of the baby in your belly as it grows!
Inspired by our own pregnancy, the images are hand drawn and then digitally printed onto an absorbent cotton towel that gets softer with each wash.
This chic clutch-size planner features proportional figures so fashion lovers can draw new outfit ideas, record go-to favorites, and plan ahead. With tips on classic outfit combos and space for a running wish list (because what girl doesn’t covet a few new things?), Outfit a Day is a practical tool for the style savvy.
Amazing Sea Beans are seeds of the Monkey Ladder vine, which grows in Central and South America and Africa. It has the largest seed pod in the world. The seeds fall out of the pod onto the forest floor. They are washing into streams, and eventually out to sea. Because they float, the Amazing Sea Beans travel all around the world, carried by the current. Eventually they wash up on beaches, where they are gathered by families who sell them to help support themselves. The environment is not harmed in any way by the harvesting of Sea Beans.