meet savvy eco-new mom, clothing designer Nicole Bridger, a vancouverite who brings global sensibilities to her feminine clothing that traverses yoga and casual luxe clothing.
Where to stay? Always a good question. This time, I used the well-edited list at Tablet Hotels to book a hotel and discovered the aptly named Good Hotel in San Fran’s SOMA district. Why so apt? As Tablet points out, “That’s “good” as a noun, not an adjective. San Francisco’s Good Hotel is less about being a good hotel—it certainly is that, in its unassuming way—and more about doing good.”
I know we’ve chatted a little bit about goals and goal setting this year already at Yogue, but the newness of this year is still with us and I’m happy to share some insights and experience from a fantastic writer, yogi, activist, enlightened dynamo and friend of Yogue, Kimberly Wilson, a.k.a. The Tranquil Hip Chick. Here’s what she has to say about the magic of the start of this year.
I’ve been thinking a lot about the passing of time and our rituals to mark the passing of time and even though this calendar we follow is purely arbitrary, and really a new year could be any day of these 365 days that mark our circumnavigation of the sun, there is something powerful about a collective people celebrating this start of something new.
I am back in the Pacific Northwest, where the ocean wears a dusky blue-grey cast and today the sun though low to the horizon is shining that ethereal golden light, the light that cinematographers cherish.
Balancing the desire realm with the practice of renouncing the material world in yoga… at YOGUE.
Stretching through the confusion surrounding eco yoga mats and finding the best one for you.
Shubh Diwali 2009 everyone. “Tamaso maa Jyotir gamaya” – Lead us from Darkness to Light.
Eco style from Pina Styles in Ucluelet, BC. Sustainability at the edge of the Pacific Ocean in Canada.