While some us may have been hoping for a robotic dog or an automatic laundry folder under the tree (no really, that’s a thing!) others (woman raising her hand emoji) are more than ready for a little break from technology. So, let’s all put down our new Pixel 3s together and take some time to get reacquainted with the analog world. Each of these 5 relaxing activities offer all sorts of benefits so what do you have to lose? Instagram’s not going anywhere, we promise.
While the beginning of the year is a great time to try to let go of bad habits, New Year's resolutions are also the perfect time to try something entirely new.
And if you’re not ready to jump out of an airplane or you can’t get the time off work to travel around the world, how about experimenting with a few new ways to enjoy your favorite cookie dough? Read on for some deliciously daring ideas…
Spinach artichoke dip. Cheese puff towers. Coconut shrimp bites.
Ah, the apps that dance through our heads right along with sugarplums. With about a billion parties and delicious landmines everywhere you look, the holidays are a great time to take advantage of a different kind of app. You know, the techie ones you have way too many of on your phone already.
With the December holidays in full swing, (slow your roll, Hanukkah!), the idea of
giving back is on our minds. We adore spreading joy and love all over the world through our dough, but, overachievers that we are 😏, we always want to do more.
That’s why we’ve connected with the Food Recovery Network, a spectacular national non-profit that brings college and university students together to fight food waste and hunger.
How does it work? We thought you’d never ask.