I was craving real. I needed dirt, sunrises and sunsets, morning coffee without email or social media, and time marked slowly by minutes and hours, not by news bytes and podcast episode drops.

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Our Sunday Funday tradition began as simply as this: we needed one day a week to have a real Sabbath, to get away from farm work, and to go on adventures.

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China was the beginning of their adventure and everything, inside and out, was upside-down.

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My screen break was utterly delightful, and I can’t wait until the next one. For now, I’m toeing the water gradually, first prioritizing the world around me and staying fully engaged in the present as I wade back in to the screened waters. There’s no reason to cannonball back in. Possibly ever.

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The way we relax and reduce stress after an intense time of work differs from person to person. Based on the articles I read about the “let-down effect,” it’s best to figure out for yourself what works for you and how you can de-stress. Here are six things that are helping me de-stress from a busy work season, allowing me to savor and save my life this summer.

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We’re wrapping up our summer series called My Good List, where Tsh has asked a few people to share four things in their life that are making everything sweeter: a thing, a habit, a work of art, and a philosophy.  In this episode, Tsh chats with Summer Rayne Oakes, a Brooklyn resident who has over […]

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