Love Food, Will Travel

By Danielle Spano Every region has its own climate, architecture, language, history, unique style and flora and fauna. These characteristics help to shape how a society lives, but nothing can give you a true taste of a region’s culture like its local cuisine. The concept of food tourism was introduced in 1996 by Dr. Lucy [...]

Charcuterie Boards

By Natalie Richoux Translated from French, charcuterie means delicatessen and that is precisely what this board is! A charcuterie board must have a variety of cured meats, cheeses, olives, figs and baguettes, but often fruits and vegetables are added accouterments. Impress your guests at your next party with this guide to making a great charcuterie [...]

A Standing Ovation

By Ashleigh Braun | Photos Courtesy of Manufacturers While using a standing desk may be a nice and healthy alternative to sitting all day long, eight hours spent on your feet can get uncomfortable! Having a nice, cushy mat or a balance board to stand on while you work can help take the ache away, [...]

Learning To Lead

By Nicole Irving As an entrepreneur, I have screwed up on occasion with a capital “S.” I was certain I was the only one in the world to do so. But, alas, I was not. Author Kristen Hadeed, CEO of Student Maid, recounts her screw-ups and how they became the building blocks to her career [...]

7 Superfood Products for a Super Beauty Routine

By Ashleigh Braun, Lizzie Vasquez and Nicole Irving Don’t leave your superfoods at the dinner table; welcome them into your beauty routine. These super fruits and veggies will give you the glowing skin and hair you have been craving! G.M. Collin Anti-Aging Instant Radiance Eye Patches $50, and The apple extract in these [...]