This month's Lifestyles column features the secrets and science behind the world's best coffee drinks, a quick guide to opening your own online store and a charming DIY guide to book making.
This month's Lifestyles column encourages hands-on scientific exploration for children and adults alike.
This month's Lifestyles column encourages creative activism, clever gardening and animal awareness.
Tea drinkers, clever crafters and gardeners will love this month's Lifestyles column.
Looking for a new project? The three books in this month's Lifestyles column are full of fun, fresh ideas.
This month's best new lifestyles books include the ultimate crochet guide, a new manifesto for sharing your creative work, plus a how-to for gardeners who understand the importance of a few little bugs.
Vicki Robin transformed our relationship with money in her bestseller Your Money or Your Life, and now she’s set to do likewise regarding our relationship with food. Don’t be misled into thinking her new book belongs in the religion section, though, because Blessing the Hands That Feed Us is all about food systems: how they work, how they don’t and how they can be healed.
Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home begins with what could be considered an exercise in obviousness: “Look around you. If you’re at home, chances are you see room for improvement.” Whether this is the understatement of the year or a mere nudge to mindfully edit existing décor, author Julie Carlson of Remodelista.com has us covered. Literally, with ideas on how...
When textile designer and illustrator Lena Corwin lucked into a big, bright Brooklyn studio space, she invited some of her favorite artists to use it for teaching their own classes. Lena Corwin’s Made by Hand is the book version of this concept, wherein 13 of Corwin’s colleagues share techniques for a satisfying variety of homemade projects, from jewelry to olive oil soap, fabric...
How many times can we read about the brave soul who packs it up, packs it in and packs a punch by checking out of city life in order to—literally—buy the farm? The number of such volumes seems to be proliferating so rapidly that soon there might be more folks reading them by the natural farm-light of the setting sun than by Starbucks’ fluorescents. How does author Jenna...