27
Mar 19

These Desktop Water Fountains Are ASMR Moments of Zen


LA-based ceramicist Lily Clark designed the calming terracotta objects.
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27
Mar 19

Finland Wants to Teach You How to Be Happier, and Give You a Free Summer Vacation


You’ll get your own “happiness guide.”
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24
Mar 19

5 Breakfast Lessons I Learned from Scandinavia


For starters, in Scandinavia, breakfast is an honored mealtime.
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21
Feb 19

5 Hand Creams That Professional House Cleaners Swear By

It’s a sad truth of housekeeping that even if you wear gloves, your hands will still wind up dry after a cleaning marathon. So we scoured Reddit and even called on a few of our favorite housekeeping experts for the inside scoop on the best hand-saving products to use during and after cleaning. From coconut oil to diaper cream, here’s what the pros say to use to keep your hands soft, smooth, and moisturized.

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06
Feb 19

A Goop Series Is Coming to Netflix

Pour yourself a glass of kale juice, because Netflix is about to get Gooped.

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21
Jan 19

7 Home Habits Scientifically Proven to Make You Happier

Good news: If you’re looking for a little more contentment in your day-to-day, you’ve got science on your side. There have been tons of studies that reveal different ways people can live happier, and many of them are pretty easy to incorporate into your everyday life and habits at home. With just a few changes to your routine (and even your decor) like these, you might just find yourself feeling more joyful.

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Jan 19

This Therapeutic Space in Manhattan Is Designed with Healing in Mind — House Tour

Name: Alma
Location: 515 Madison Avenue — Midtown Manhattan, NYC
Size: Lounge/Waiting area: 800 square feet
Private therapy rooms: 100-120 square feet typically
Group therapy rooms: 200-250 square feet typically

Interior spaces—the personal and public environments we spend much of our time in—have an impact on us. Emotionally, and sometimes even physically. You can improve and change decor elements in your home to affect the way you and others feel in your space. And Alma—a thoughtfully designed co-practicing space for therapists and patients in midtown Manhattan—is chock-full of scientifically backed decor inspiration you can use in your own home.

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17
Dec 18

This Creepy Illustration of a Glass of Water Will Haunt You

Humans are mostly made of water, which is why when we drink the element, good things happen — like regulating our temperature, keeping our muscles and joints spry, and of course, helping to filter out the toxins in our body we ingest all day.

That’s why we like to think of the water we drink as the purest substance we put in our bodies. While that may be true, according to science, the water we drink is not exactly as pure as we’d hope.

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13
Nov 18

There's A Psychological Reason You Want to 'Nest'

My house has never looked better than it did in the third trimester of my pregnancy. My kitchen cabinets and bedroom closet were organized, my carpets and counters were clean, and my living spaces were decked out with the latest mid-century pieces from Target and CB2. As I deep-cleaned and primped my home prior to the baby’s arrival, I knew exactly what was happening: I was nesting.

(And then the baby came, and all bets for a clean or well-designed home were off. But that’s a story for another article.)

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03
Oct 18

If Your Place Doesn't Feel Like Home, You're Not Alone, IKEA Says

It turns out that “Home Sweet Home” goes far beyond just where you live. IKEA just released their Life at Home Report 2018 and the findings show that the traditional concept of “home” has evolved significantly in recent years.

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