The next time life starts to overwhelm you, don’t give in to the frenzy. Make the conscious decision to take an alternate route. A more scenic one.
So you take your vitamins, but do you wear them?
There were times when my relationship with my mother was rocky if not downright caustic. She did not understand me and frankly I did not want to understand her. But time has a way of changing things…
How to buck the trends and create a wardrobe you'll love season after season.
No matter how old we are, there’s one thing we consider at every age… what will we choose to do with our finite amount of time on this earth? At every age, our answers evolve, but they always reflect what we deem important in life at that moment. As we grow older, our answers are distilled down and become the essence of our purpose.
Many of us are concerned with being efficient. In an effort to save time, we tend to choose what is useful to us. When something is useful, it often helps us get where we want to go - faster. But is the “useful” option always the best option?
In 10 years, in 50 years, in 100 years, what will clothing and accessories look like? What will it be made of? How will people shop for it? And perhaps most importantly... what will be the catalyst of change?
Last week, BuDhaGirl HQ moved to a new location in Dallas, TX. Our new space is bigger, brighter and absolutely beautiful. Today, we're taking you on a virtual tour of the office - have a look!
Earlier this week, we watched in horror as Notre-Dame went up in flames. A champion of ruin and repair, the cathedral has taught us something very special, about the importance of faith and reverence.
A rainbow is not only the perfect intersection of light and water, it’s a metaphor; a metaphor for that moment in which you can finally appreciate the past and what you’ve been through.
No matter how old we are, what we’ve been through or what we’ve learned along the way, at some point or another, we all ask ourselves the big question: “Why am I here?”
Have you ever felt as though you have absolutely no control over a situation? When you’re put in this unavoidable quandary, how do you react? Should you fight it or let it flow?
Is how you see greatness in yourself directly related to how you view greatness in others?
A few summers ago, I was walking in London’s Hyde Park with my husband and two children when I observed the most extraordinary thing…
From reduced stress to increased creativity, engaging with nature can change our lives - especially during difficult times. These are the top five ecotherapy techniques that we can do every day!
Could the smallest, most insignificant parts of our day ultimately impact the success we enjoy in our lives?
In honor of International Women’s Day, we’re introducing you to some of the most important women in the BuDhaGirl Tribe.
Steve Jobs once said, “Things don’t have to change the world to be important.” If that is so, what is the threshold of importance in our society?
From cooking, to getting dressed, to decorating your house, in every aspect of life, you have the choice between doing something with presence and style and not doing something with presence and style. Nowhere is this choice more evident than in travel.
Aging isn’t about deterioration. It’s a wonderful, yet challenging process of becoming… becoming real.