We’re so excited to share that Fitbit has officially partnered with Ayesha Curry, New York Times bestselling author, chef, restaurateur, and fitness enthusiast, to develop Ayesha Curry’s Premium Summer for Fitbit Premium. The series includes exclusive, original content for Fitbit Premium, with a focus on Ayesha’s passions: food and fitness.
If you’re one of many who have had to make the adjustment to working remotely, you probably know by now that it can be harder than it looks. Maybe you haven’t gotten the whole “morning routine” thing down just yet, or at this point, you may be feeling like you’re stuck in a rut with your daily routine in general. It’s easy to feel that way, and if you do, you’re certainly not alone—but that doesn’t mean you can’t break out of the rut and set yourself up for success as much as possible.
I’ve always been a very tactile person—a lover of the little things in life, the small pleasures, the tiny spark of joy that comes from turning a page or inhaling a favorite scent that brims over with memories. It’s about the quality of stuff, not the stuff itself; and if that high-quality something makes your life easier while traveling, then all the better. That’s where Alta Andina comes in.
Prepping for an international trip can be hectic, to say the least. You’ve got a million different things to remember (not to mention remember to pack), before adding some glorious new stamps to your passport and setting foot on foreign soil. Who wants to be that person who abruptly realizes, while standing in line at airport security, that they’ve forgotten their passport at home? Certainly not I.
Picture it: Palm trees silhouetted against a pristine powder blue sky dotted with fluffy clouds. Shades of shifting green everywhere, the fragrant smells of coconut, hibiscus and thriving greenery rising to meet you as you navigate bumpy dirty roads cut into swaths of jungle itself.
This is Costa Rica, where “Pura Vida” reigns supreme.
If there was one simple thing you could do each and every day to make yourself happier, and improve your health at the same time, wouldn’t you do it? Well, it’s a good thing there is—and it’s as easy as having a laugh.
Most of us are familiar with the dreaded afternoon slump. You know, that time of the workday, usually taking place between 2 and 3PM, when our eyes cloud with exhaustion and we hunch over our desks and to-do lists, asking ourselves repeatedly, “Why?” Okay, so we’re being a little dramatic. It’s true, however, that a constant sense of exhaustion is all too pervasive in today’s world.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year again, and you know what that means—time to start tackling your holiday gifting list!
Change your perspective, change your life.
From New York Fashion Week to your Versa 2 band, the new Fitbit and Kim Shui line has officially arrived. If you’re familiar with fashion, you know that the colorful and eclectic styles of New York-based designer Kim Shui are on the rise. But even if you’re not, it’s easy to see that the designer prides herself on being innovative and inclusive—something she says really drew her to working with Fitbit as well.
Chances are you’ve heard of positive affirmations, even if you haven’t incorporated them into your own daily life. But what exactly are these confidence-building mantras, and how do they work?
Would you make your next getaway a pint-sized one?
I am not the first writer to fall in love with the fantasy of the City of Lights, nor will I be the last. Even in January, the cobble-stoned streets are alive and well, the very alleyways themselves bustling with art, love, history. Paris in the rain is just as magical as Midnight in Paris would have you believe; and from almost every vantage point of the city the Eiffel Tower rises unbidden from the fog like some great mechanical beast.
Located a mere hour and a half's drive north of San Francisco (that's about 65 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge), the charming town of Healdsburg, CA, is the perfect wine country weekend getaway.
2018: The year of experiential travel. Whether it's staying in a gloriously outfitted glamping tent or renting an airstream RV or tiny home and taking it on an extended road trip, there are endless options for those looking to make their travel just as much about the experience as it is about the place they choose to stay.