Our friend, Elizabeth Kendig, has launched a much needed new platform in an effort to make healing and self care accessible to the masses. And good news: readers of The Fold get to experience it for free!
Casey Keasler of Casework Interior Design takes on a home renovation of her own and offers professional tricks, tips and advice to solo dwellers interested in remodeling their space.
On the cusp of Mother's Day, The Fold's Arts & Culture Editor Nora Gomez-Strauss spoke with women about the creative aspect of mothering and also the layers of their own creative endeavors and the impact motherhood has made.
We chatted with the founder of Every Mother Counts, Christy Turlington Burns, about the impetus behind her advocacy and the maternal healthcare crisis the US is facing — and what she is doing to combat it.
We spoke with energy healer Tiffany Jane Challis on how to harness and promote intuitive healing. She gave us a lesson in alternative self-care and tips for walking the path to spiritual wellness.
The #ShoutYourAbortion movement is giving women the space to raise her voice. We spoke with SYA founder, Amelia Bonow, about the evolution of the organization, dispelling misinformation on abortion services and stories, and what we can all do to right now to hold those accountable who are working to strip rights to women's health.
It's our spring literary edit! For April we are featuring a few dynamic female authors who speak their truth, highlight the humor in the absurd and ultimately share stories we can learn, laugh and grow from.
Jessica Yellin has created a unique space in the media landscape, presenting a concise, calm and noiseless version of the news via her Instagram platform. We spoke with Jessica about her debut fiction novel, Savage News, making mid-life career pivots, and how we can all distill our news consumption to get the facts that matter.
Today, in our wellness edition, we discuss the benefits and sources of free-radical fighting antioxidants. See which of your favorite foods and spices contain this hard working compound, and learn how you can begin incorporating them into your diet every day.
Sometimes the most effective remedy to turbulent times is no more complicated than a delectable, rich sauce to accompany your favorite comfort food. In our newest food series, we explore the many ways in which we relate to food: the recipes we know by heart, the dishes that inspire us and the flavors that elicit rich memories.
Child bearing can be a beautiful choice, but also one that many women wrestle with. We recently sought the perspective of a 40-year-old friend who has chosen to not have children, today she shares her experience and offer insights to anyone curious about her decision.
We're taking another look at some important women from history and present day to continue our celebration of Women's History Month. From Shirley Chisholm to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, the contributions of these women are many and have helped pave the way for our future.
Pulling from her own personal experiences with insomnia, our resident wellness guru Lisa Levine discusses the struggles of this affliction and the proven techniques other sufferers can use to ease the mind and bring on the restorative rest we all need to function.