This month, I chat with Texas-based interior designer Sarah Fultz. Sarah discusses how spaces are deeply connected to our overall wellness. This is more crucial than ever with the increased amount of time in and around our living spaces. She shares her number one tip for creating a sleep sanctuary, and why finding our specific, natural aesthetic is so important for our health.
When it comes to wellness, we are not perfect, we are human. Quarantine has thrown a curveball into our wellness routines and rituals, and our team has felt the effects. Here are the good wellness habits we have broken, the poor habits we have developed and how to get back on track.
Have you thought about why you engage in the wellness activities that you do? Does the fear of aging make you buy creams or innovative bed linens? Does the risk of skin cancer make you apply sunscreen? Do swollen morning eyes or vulnerability to sickness make you go to bed on time? These questions and more flooded my mind after talking to Nicolas Ronco, a captivating advocate for sleep.
Anxious and can’t sleep? Stressed out at work? Feeling depressed? Try out yoga nidra, a deep meditative practice! Katie Stewart, a yoga nidra expert, reveals the common fallacies around the art and how to use it for sleep.