Always searching for ways to combine art and design into the overhead theme of entrepreneurialism, WTRMLN WTR‘s founder Jody Levy found a way to produce the ultimate trifecta of these themes with her product. The uniquely refreshing, ultimately hydrating WTRMLN WTR originated after Levy discovered the amount of watermelons wasted per annum, as a result of appearance–deformed or defected watermelons are never sold.
At 12-years-old, Jason Nemer understood that gymnastics was more fun to do, rather than to watch. He had grown up watching his brother practice the sport, but it wasn’t until Nemer completed his first practice, that he became soulfully addicted.
Not many states north of the border can seamlessly conquer authentically explosive barbeque; that mouthwatering type culpable for midsummer night cravings. So, for an island that relies on importing around 90 percent of what it eats–physically, and culturally disconnected from mainland style–you can say that bringing barbeque to Hawaii may be venturing into uncharted waters.
Though Palm Springs is a mere two hours from the crowded freeways of Los Angeles, the landscape, climate, and pace of this popular destination make it feel worlds away. After touching down late in the evening at LAX with my friend and favorite road trip buddy, Kris, we picked up our brand new 2018 Chevrolet Equinox and began our journey to find new roads into the desert.
Spain is fortunate enough to mother a handful of world renowned cities bursting with flavor, culture, history, art, salsa, sangria, nightlife that puts even NYC to shame, and beaches that provoke pure bliss. There is truly something for everyone, especially for those that seek out its tiny isles floating in the Balearic Sea. Read more “48 Hours to Get Lost in Ibiza (And It’s Not All a Party)”
As the founder and CEO of modelFIT, you can imagine Vanessa Packer’s daily routine is ever-changing. After following the New Yorker around her city routine, there was no doubt in this initial assumption. Throughout this ever-changing routine, there was, however, a surprisingly serene composure that engulfed her. Read more “Music, Mantras and Macrobiotics: A Day with modelFIT’s Vanessa Packer”
Summer has arrived, and so you want an experience: somewhere fresh, fun, and far-from-here. Summer, the season for new beginnings, when the Vitamin D-infused light has a certain ethereal quality: Sunsets seem sweeter, work less taxing, and margaritas become daily treats (though this doesn’t have to be seasonal). The air simply feels different and becomes one that inspires thrill seeking and spontaneous wanderlust: Ah! warm, welcoming, beautiful, summer. Read more “5 Music Festivals To Put On Your Radar This Summer”
Having a daily routine means relying on products that are top-tier quality. But, take that routine on the road and you switch to cheaper, more convenient options that aren’t always the best for you–and certainly aren’t ideal for the environment. Read more “Purposeful Packing: Save the Planet with these Environmentally Friendly Travel Essentials”
Summer has a tendency to conjure up the sleepless nights, daily adventures and nature-filled memories of stay away camp. The fresh air adventures by day and fireside chats by starry night are something that lose tangibility as adolescence is left behind, but that doesn’t mean those days have to be gone forever. Read more “Leave the Tents at Home with these 3 Luxury ‘Adult Camp’ Getaways”
Life is a beach, literally, at least for photographer Morgan Maassen. Known for his unique and dreamy surf photos, Maassen truly has been around the world and back. While Maassen was born and raised in Santa Barbara, Calif., he rarely find himself in one place for long. Read more “Morgan Maassen is Chasing Waves with a Camera in Tow”