ANALOGIES and OXYGEN: On Self-examination, Perseverance and Evolution
"Something in us shifts. It’s time to get profound, our subconscious says. It’s time to get out of your own way, the ego is told. Lean into this. Go slow. Speak clearly. Listen with love. Stay open—stay open."
A Mental Health Self Care List In The Time of Quarantine From Photographer, Food Stylist and Recipe Developer, Julia Gartland
Quarantine self care suggestions for everything from home fitness to books to shows to stream to food to make from NYC photographer, Julia Gartland.
On Traveling Alone: Why I Did It & The Lessons Learned
"Traveling alone isn’t just a different way to see the world, it’s also a way to be reminded of how the world sees you."
Navigating Self Doubt With Healers Founder, Elizabeth Kendig + A Well Deserved Self Care Gift For Readers of The Fold!
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!
Hungry Hearts: In Praise of Emotional Eating
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.
The Wheel Of The Year: Celebrating The Summer Solstice
The longest day of sunshine is a perfect opportunity to celebrate the start of summer, and we've assembled a few ideas for doing so (both alone and with family or friends).
The Wheel Of The Year: Celebrating Imbolc With An Old-Meets-New Journaling Ritual
Our spirituality editor invites us to honor the latest Wiccan holiday by creating a "Book of Shadows," inspired by an awesome ancient goddess.