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!
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.
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.
We are dying to try these stunning CBD holiday cocktails crafted by DRAM Apothecary founder, and herbal alchemist, Shae Whitney. In an enlightening interview with the small business owner, we uncover the secrete to managing holiday stress without a hangover, the basics of CBD and her journey to open the first wildforged bitters company in the US.
The photos and details from our one year anniversary celebration in Brooklyn!
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).
Both Easter and Passover are coming up this weekend, along with a special full moon. Here's a look at how these rituals are all anciently entwined, with simple suggestions celebrating accordingly.
Our spirituality editor invites us to honor the latest Wiccan holiday by creating a "Book of Shadows," inspired by an awesome ancient goddess.
December 21st will be the shortest day of the year and the start of winter. Here are a few ways to commemorate it, inspired by ancient Yule traditions.
Here's an alternative way of looking at what's typically called the new moon, with a few ideas for simple rituals to bring energetic cleansing.
This upcoming Wiccan holiday urges us to honor our ancestors who have passed away, plus the more personal, internal "deaths" we experience on a regular basis. Here's how to celebrate thoughtfully.