Monthly Archive:: August 2014

Labor Day

Labor day marks the last day of summer for most. Kids go back to school, pools close up, and the summer outfits get packed away. But not before a last outing or traditional picnic to celebrate the holiday. Labor day is celebrated on the first Monday of September. A United States holiday to celebrate the

A fresh back to school start

So the kids are finally heading back to school (Thank God)! You’ve got all your back to school supplies purchased to make it a successful academic year,  but why not make it a healthy school year too with a fresh back to school start on good nutrition and wellness. When you’re out getting school supplies

Some Rose Water in my Ice Cream, If You Please

Why certain cultures take to certain things is sometimes obvious and at other times more obscure.  A Czech loves beer, the Turks a powerful brew of coffee, and the Dutch crave peddling a bicycle.  So it goes.  The patterns of culture are often shaped by the resources around them and how they use them in daily life.

ALS Bucket Challenge

If you haven’t noticed the recent overwhelming amount of social media coverage of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge then you’ve really been out of the loop! Millions of superstars, average joes, former presidents, and now even the fabulous Woolx team have taken on the challenge! The challenge consists of donating money to ALS, videoing yourself

Top 5 Apps For The New College Student

If you’re a parent sending your children off to new beginnings and new experiences at college, you’ll be glad to know that there are now handy phone apps that will make life a little easier for them. Listed are the top 5 apps for the new college student. First on the list is the app

An Artist’s Landscape

The beauty of an unplanned city is the fact that it is unplanned.  Free from rigid concepts of what a street is supposed to look like, or the style of a building, humans without authoritarian oversight generally let their creativity carry the moment.  In many places in the world there exist cities built on what came

Woolx Lightweight Merino Wool T’ Review

A great review of the 100% Australian Merino Wool 17.5 micron Short Sleeve T-shirt. Read the whole review here:  

American Adventure Month

August is National American Adventure Month. What does this mean? This month celebrates vacationing in the Americas. Whether traveling in luxury or in primitive conditions, tourists are encouraged to explore South, Central and North America. Experiencing the Americas in a variety of ways unlocks new worlds for all travelers. Read more: Put on your

Review of Woolx Merino Wool T’s and Boxer Briefs takes a loom at the Woolx 100% Merino Wool Short Sleeve T-Shirt and the 100% Merino Wool Boxer Briefs. Read the entire review here:

A City on a Hill

The great wonder of wander in the world is stumbling into the physical wonders themselves. The idea of taking a sojourn to see the marvellous creations of civilization is a relatively new thing on this planet.  People didn’t rush out in droves to see the Pyramids or Ephesus until very recently. For instance, the people living around the