Interview — (12/11/20)
ClientEarth v. Climate Change
Earth, meet your lawyer: James Thornton.
Culture — (9/21/20)
What Is A Mother?
How does this inspiration transpire in the history of art?
Culture — (7/22/20)
BWB’s NYC Summer Brunch Hop
Put away your passport and pick up your pocketbook! BWB is going brunch hopping and you’re invited.
Culture — (6/1/20)
5 Ways to Look Out of Your Window
“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.”
Story — (5/20/20)
Happiness du Jour: Part Deux
Our favorite foods and films to reconnect you with your feelings.
Story — (5/13/20)
How Normal Will Normal Be?
A few assumptions, maybe even suggestions, of how things will change when we are free of this pandemic.
Culture — (4/29/20)
A Private Cultural Tour of Europe
Once the children are asleep or the parents away, with your favourite drink in hand and a locally flavoured meal, switch on your magic carpet and join us for the ride.
Editor's Picks — (4/13/20)
7 Cultural Centers to Virtually Explore Now
Part of the stay at home club? You can still revel in the arts—online, that is.
Story — (4/3/20)
Your Quarantine Horoscope
Here’s what your sign says about how you should be spending the extra time at home.
Story — (3/23/20)
Patagonia’s Partnerships & Parkas
Join some of Patagonia’s environmental partners — and snag a pullover fleece while you’re at it!
Story — (10/23/19)
Around the World in Coffee Cafés
Whether you are buying fresh coffee beans or taking a cup to go, your trip to Italy, Ethiopia, Colombia, or Vietnam is just a subway ride away.
Interview — (10/15/19)
When in Turkey… Detox
Clémence travels to Turkey in hopes of detoxing her mind, body and soul. Here’s how and why you might do the same for yourself.
Culture — (10/8/19)
A New Yorker’s Guide to Shanghai
Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in NYC anymore.
Story — (10/2/19)
Paris vs NYC
What’s that first je ne sais quoi that gives successful French femmes their flair and how do American women start their days with star-spangled spunk?
Culture — (7/10/19)
Whether you’re in need of a healthy salad or a luxurious facial, BWB is here to guide you through the latest offerings in the British capital.
Culture — (7/17/19)
4 Unique Wellness Activities to Try Now in New York City
Take a break from your regular yoga class and try one of these out-of-the-box wellness experiences to switch up your well-being game.
Culture — (2/25/19)
Self-love and self-care don’t have to be grounded so much in materialism. There are plenty of sustainable practices and products to consciously treat yourself with a look-good, feel-good sensation that reverberates all around.
Story — (2/20/19)
Women We Love
Please join BWB as we take a brief intermission from men and shift the focus toward these fierce ladies who are slowly but surely changing society’s expectations of what it means to be female.
Culture — (2/6/19)
Moments Over Material: A Tailored Experiential Gift Guide
This year, opt for an intangible gift that both you and your significant other can enjoy together while creating new memories.
Culture — (1/14/19)
A Healthy Tour of Paris
Don’t get lost in translation. Here are BWB’s favorite spots to lighten up in the City of Lights and kick off the year in style!
Interview — (11/26/18)
Wild Moments with Philippe Chantecaille
Explore the edges of the world with photographer Philippe Chantecaille, from Kenya’s vast savannas to Norway’s icy glaciers, and marvel at the exotic beauty of their inhabitants.
Culture — (6/12/18)
Ageless Beauty the French Way
In Ageless Beauty the French Way, Clémence weaves together three generations of wisdom, which she supplements with insider tips from top beauty experts in an easy-to-follow beauty guide.
Culture — (7/23/17)
Our Go-To Well-Being Guide
Debunking misconceptions about healthy living
Culture — (7/19/17)
What’s for Dinner?
Laurent Chevallier and Claude Aubert’s French guide to making healthy food choices
Culture — (5/31/17)
Los Angeles: Where Everyone is Welcome
Discover Los Angeles
Culture — (5/23/17)
Culture — (5/17/17)
EWG’s Guide to Healthy Cleaning Products
Culture — (4/13/17)
Culture — (2/14/17)
The Sleep Revolution
In her latest book, The Sleep Revolution, Arianna Huffington argues that the only way to move forward is to close our eyes and get some rest.
Culture — (1/2/17)
NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS
Culture — (12/20/16)
Culture — (9/13/16)
Culture — (7/6/17)
Must-see galleries and exhibitions this summer.
Culture — (10/26/15)
The Inside Story of Our Body’s Most Underrated Organ.
Culture — (6/23/16)
Healthy Belly, Healthy Me
Culture — (3/15/16)
A to Z of D-Toxing
The Ultimate Guide to Reducing Our Toxic Exposures.
Culture — (3/15/16)
Finding the Supermodel in You
In her book, Claudia uses her honest, open voice to talk about what it means to grow up as a child model.
Culture — (10/18/15)
Caudalie’s Mathilde Thomas on The French Beauty Solution
Culture — (1/25/16)
The Blue Zones Solution
Blue Zones are the places in the world where the people live the longest.
Culture — (9/17/15)
The Honest Life
In her book Jessica Alba explores her definition of an “honest life”.
Culture — (9/3/15)
Green Kitchen Travels
Bon Green Voyage: Around the World with “Green Kitchen Travels”
Culture — (6/1/14)
I Quit Sugar
With her book I Quit Sugar, Sarah Wilson gives us a guide to cutting the sweet stuff from our own diet.
Culture — (6/10/15)
A Healthy You
Do not pack your suitcase for the summer without this book!
A Healthy You gathers the advice of leading experts on nutrition, fitness, skin care, beauty and aging.
Culture — (6/14/15)
The Ranch at Live Oak
Culture — (6/5/15)
Food & Life
A treasure trove of nutritional information and alternative health tips. Its quality ingredients: writers Dr. Nadia Volf, a medical expert, acupuncturist and Joël Robuchon, impressive award-winning French chef.
Culture — (6/5/15)
Pétition en faveur d’un plan Marshall contre l’échec scolaire
Culture — (5/29/15)
Sleep for Success
This comprehensive book discusses current psychological and medical research on what happens when we sleep – and when we don’t.
Culture — (4/10/15)
Eat, Taste, Heal
This book is an excellent guide to Ayurvedic philosophy of health and nutrition and includes many delicious recipes.
Culture — (3/16/15)
with Natasha Corrett
Honestly Healthy is more than a cookbook, it is a guide to promote balanced and healthy living.
Culture — (12/7/14)
At Home in the Whole Food Kitchen
Culture — (11/3/14)
The book is a history lesson, a whimsical romp through French culture, a cookbook and a work of art all in one.
Culture — (9/20/14)
BWB’s link of the month
This month at BWB we have loved reading this article from Bloomberg News that highlights the benefits of meditation.
Culture — (9/11/14)
Coming to Our Senses
By ‘coming to our senses’ we learn to appreciate the present moment, we learn to savor the senses.
Culture — (8/25/14)
The benefits of coconut oil for your brain
The benefits of Coconut Oil for your brain.
Culture — (7/22/14)
Gena Hamshaw is the mastermind – and masterchef! – behind beloved blog Choosingraw.com.
Culture — (7/6/14)
Alejandro Junger’s new book Clean Eats is a celebration of great tasting foods with more than 200 recipes from Chef Frank Giglio and guest stars such as Gwyneth Paltrow, Zoe Saldana, Donna Karan, Cameron Diaz or Orlando Bloom
Culture — (9/3/14)
Meditation For Beginners
Here is the book by author Jon Kabat-Zinn for those of you who are eager to learn more about Meditation.
Culture — (6/15/14)
Revive book by Frank Lipman. Stop feeling spent and start living again.
Culture — (5/1/14)
The Body Book
Whenever a movie star decides to share their beauty secrets, we are more than eager to listen. This month, I read The Body Book by the sparkling Cameron Diaz and I liked it.
Culture — (7/13/14)
The Omnivore’s Dilemma
Michael Pollan, New York Times bestselling author, tells us the secrets behind what we eat in this must read Omnivore’s Dilemma.
Culture — (5/1/14)
The Benefits of Nuts
The Harvard Gazette tells us about the health benefits of nut consumption on many chronic diseases.
Culture — (5/1/14)
The Dirty Life
Kristin Kimball describes, with complete honesty, her first year on the farm and the shift in her existence. From her daily life in Manhattan to daily life on the farm.