Hurom Makes Slow Juicing Your New Favorite Ritual (+ 3 Recipes)

While juicing at home is the far more economical choice, in choosing between the effort of dealing with an older model juicer versus just shelling out $$$ for a juice that didn’t require 20 minutes of clean up, the decision was pretty clear. Until now.

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Five Mini Travel Rituals with Elizabeth Rowan

Flying to foreign lands, eating strange new foods and exploring new cultures is adventurous and gratifying, but it can take a toll on our well-being.  Here are a handful of useful tips that will keep us mindful and grounded along the way.

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For Women, By Women: The Beauty Chef’s Carla Oates

Carla Oates is no stranger to Free People — she’s granted us several interviews about her famously successful brand, The Beauty Chef, and now she’s here to empower YOU to follow your gut.

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Why You Should Consider Athena Club Natural Tampons

We dutifully drink green breakfast smoothies and eat quinoa bowls for lunch and exercise and carefully read skincare labels and get enough sleep and track how much water we’re drinking and yet, once a month, many of us put something inside our bodies that goes against a lot of what we demand in every other aspect of our self-care journey: tampons.

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Wellness Encyclopedia: Cordyceps

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that food can be your first line of defense against fatigue and occasional stress – both of which can affect energy levels during your workouts and recovery time after your workouts. But what about adaptogens? Like cordyceps?

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Serene Saturday: What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up?

Do you remember the first time someone asked you that? I was about 6 years old and spent my time playing outside and daydreaming of unicorns – my biggest responsibility was cleaning my plate at the dinner table. 

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