With thousands of high-tech devices and apps flooding the meditation market today, find out whether using technology to find your zen can help or hurt your quest for inner peace.
Meet Molly Hayward, the female founder behind Cora, a period supply company that’s putting women and girls first and simultaneously doing good for the world.
Self-care has moved from taboo and self-indulgent to necessary for success in our fast-paced, hard-driving world because it’s become central to our creativity, our passion, and our sanity. Here are five subtle ways to practice it without drawing attention to yourself.
Connor Woolpert has found a way to do what every person consumed by wanderlust dreams — finding a way to make a living traveling. The explorer bug bit Woolpert, now 23, early. From a young age, he traveled with his father — hiking, surfing and camping all […]
Jeremy Blum, 28, self-described “mad scientist” and perennial inventor, is a leading light in the electrical engineering, robotics, and systems architecture fields. He served as a technical lead for the Google Glass project and he’s currently Head of Electrical Engineering at Shaper, a San-Francisco startup […]
The heat is already rising off the jewel-coloured cars in front of the new Palm Springs Ritz Carlton and its not even 8.30am. Its September in the Coachella Valley and the summer heat is yet to release its vice-like grip. Before me are six V12 […]
I’m standing on the deck of the Dracula Club, looking out over a massive, lake-filled valley covered in snow and ice. The temperature hovers right below freezing, but the sun bears down on the crystalline trees. “Three, two, one. Action!” Jeremy Hart, the owner of Inc […]
The Fun Cup came to Miami for one weekend in January. There I talked with Scott Speed and Tanner Foust about the future of driving and the whacky world of European Bug racing
Porsche is opening its newest Porsche Experience Center in Los Angeles this week in the hopes of bringing more than the avid car enthusiast into the German-sports-car fold. The 53-acre plot of land in Carson, California, just a few miles from LAX, is Porsche’s fifth Experience Center facility and only its second in the U.S. Porsche hopes the new Experience Center will offer fans of the brand, potential customers and their families, and businesses a place to experience the “core of the Porsche brand.”