Is the spa industry growing, staying level, or declining? Spa trends offer interesting insights into the direction our wellness culture is taking us. Can you guess at least one trend for 2015 in the spa world?
What do active aging, Kathmandu and the our new booklet, 34 Guilt-Free Strategies to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain have in common?
What happens if you bring together brands, bloggers and non-profits for a conference billed as “the first eco-wellness social media conference?” Shift. Shift is what happens. At the inaugural ShiftCon event this past weekend, hundreds of people came together to further the national conversation about the way we eat and live, and how that impacts our health and the environment.
Starting tomorrow and ending on October 12, I have pledged to walk at least one mile per day as part of the Miracle Marathon to benefit Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. That is 27 days of me walking and you donating. If you don’t, I might sing in public. Then you will want to pay me to stop.
Santa Barbara, the land of wine, women, and Sean – Connery, that is. In an Aston Martin. Driving through wine country. Ahhhh, such is the life I lead. Well, sort of. This past weekend, Alexandra tasted wine, drove an Aston Martin, toured El Paseo and the Funk Zone, and even got in a beach walk.
My sister and I want to offer the healthiest, most relevant, helpful sessions possible that attract those who hire speakers and those who listen to them. Below are titles and descriptions of some of our presentations. Which two or three speak to you most?
We are about to start a four week DietBetter. You get 4 weeks to lose 4% of your starting weight. At the end of the 4 weeks, whoever’s hit their 4% goal is a winner and splits the money pot. The amount in the shared pot depends on the number of people who join up.
Whole Foods in Santa Barbara held a One Wine Spring Release 2014 event, and I was invited. One Wine is a collaborative effort between the So. Cal. Whole Foods markets and specific Central California winemakers. The wines selected to be part of the One Wine label are not only affordable, but also produced locally, by hand, in small batches, and support the local economy and land stewardship.