There is science behind the practice of gratitude. UC Davis psychologist Robert Emmons has written extensively about this and shows us that when we take time to reflect on what we are thankful for, we experience more positivity, feel more compassion, express more kindness, and may even experience better sleep and immune response.
Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 8th and an important day for all of us. #AlembikaWomen know that celebrating mothers is not just about honoring those who have given birth and raised children—but about motherhood in every form.
I could wax poetic about crinkle in all of its fabric-of-the-moment glory, but you can simply take a gander at this new little group’s fun-loving forerunner in THE EDIT: COOL CRINKLE—when you are done here (ahem).
Lisa is a serial knitter, foodie and collector + the CEO of Artful Home. We caught up with her to get a little inside scoop before her Alembika Zoom Café event on Friday, May 6th. Here’s what she had to say.
I am so pleased to introduce you to our new column in Alembika Magazine called THE WELL, where we discuss mental and physical wellbeing, and the many ways in which we nourish ourselves.
May marches in and we’re celebrating with two fabulous Alembika Zoom Café events in one week—both featuring Female Leaders who are truly inspirational. Join us for one or both events—we love seeing your faces!
Welcome to The Well, Alembika Magazine’s newest column, where you’ll find content that supports wellbeing—from accessible mind-body practices and navigating health care to sharing positive pro-age attitudes and nuggets of inspiration for empowered living.
Stress happens. Anxiety, too. What matters is how you recognize and deal with stress-triggering moments. Fortunately, there are many practices for maintaining a sense of calm in the face of trying times.
It’s a beautiful thing when fabric doesn’t need to be ironed. Or dry-cleaned. Or hung in the bathroom while you take a steamy, hot shower. …
Meet Katherine Marks, an Alembika Woman