The best gifts are the ones that strike that fine balance between form and function, design and usefulness. Here's our gift guide for travelers, full of beautiful and useful things to go inside suitcases.
Sometimes there’s nothing else for it - you simply need to disappear from the world as you know it for a bit. To refresh. To recalibrate. To bask in some sunshine. To help you out, we rounded up a series of luxe tropical islands you might want to consider shipwrecking yourself on.
The flights are outrageously overpriced, the airport will be way busier than usual, and stress levels are usually running high around the holidays. It’s a recipe for delays, long lines, cancellations and epic emotional meltdowns. Here's our survival guide.
It’s an ancient medicinal herb that’s been around for centuries, used for more than 3,000 years in Ayurvedic medicine. So why is Ashwagandha suddenly enjoying a resurgence as a trending ingredient across the globe?
Here, we have put together some of our favorite some natural methods to help you stay awake a little longer through the day even when you feel jet lagged AF, so you don’t look so lame to your international friends or business colleagues.
Okay, we’re going to be straight with you from the beginning: There’s no known cure for jet lag. All the scientists, in all their years of research, haven’t (yet) hit on one definitive thing you can do to stop it happening. But it’s not all bad news. There are still things you can to do to make your jet lag easier to deal with.
There’s cabin pressure, cosmic radiation exposure, oxygen deprivation… and germs. So, so many germs. If, like us, you’re weirdly fascinated by the hidden world of air travel no one ever talks about, read on. But - a word of warning - you can’t unread this once you see it. And we suspect it will change the way you feel about flying. Forever.