What it means to be healthy is varied and subjective, but where you live can contribute to your overall wellbeing. According to a new report published by wellness app Mindbody, some cities are serious #goals.
They say trends come and go, but in the world of houseplants, we believe succulents are decidedly here to stay. That’s why we’re over the moon for this latest discovery: Greenovia dodrantalis, also known as “mountain rose,” according to Southern Living. These pint-sized succulents, which come in a pretty pink hue as well as the typical blue-green shade, look exactly like roses thanks to their tightly packed leaves arranged in layers.
In Amsterdam, a floating neighborhood is being built on a canal. The project is a collaboration between architecture firm Space & Matter and a team of consultants. Known as Schoonschip Amsterdam, this residential area has been in the works since 2010, and the team expects to complete the project in 2020. The floating neighborhood offers a sustainable solution for high-density urban areas (a greener alternative to high rises) as well as low-lying areas that are at risk due to rising sea levels.
You may have done a great job splitting up all your stuff or maybe you feel pretty good about the custody setup you both agreed to, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy having your ex living right around the corner—especially if your lease isn’t up for another year. Not to worry—stepping outside of your apartment won’t always spike your anxiety. If you follow these six tips we promise your next bump-in won’t be as awkward as the last one.
Every now and then, I Google the address of my childhood home just to see if it’s on the market. I don’t want to buy it, make no mistake. It’s more that I’m forever curious to see if any interior photos have been posted so I can take a virtual walk around the place I spent 21 years of my life. But that’s as far as I’ll take it. In fact, I’ve never thought of driving up to the house and asking the current owners if I could do a little nostalgia tour.