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That Start-up Life: An Interview with MISFIT Juicery

“In the particular lies the universal.”- James Joyce. We sat down with Ann Yang and Phil Wong of Washington D.C.'s MISFIT Juicery to talk about passion, purpose, and process. Ann and her business partner Phil  shared their aspiration for...
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Sacrificial Salt

Oysters purify the sea, filtering gallons and gallons or water through their small, slinky, sacrificial systems. When oysters are full of toxins, it’s because they have filtered these poisons out of the water, purifying the oceanby absorbing...
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Brush it Off

Brush your teeth, brush your hair, brush it off… Brush your skin? Yup. Every morning, before coffee. I promise, you’ll become addicted. Dry skin brushing is practiced in Ayurvedic healing as well as Japanese, Korean, American Indian, and...
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Red Bricktown Won’t Fall Down

Bricks are what rioters use to smash windows, what they throw at their aggressors, who are most often armed with more than clay. Bricks are also what I think of when I picture my hometown, St. Louis. Not for the recent riots taking place just...
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Coral Uprising

Red coral necklaces are an important component to the traditional folk dress of this region. In many cultures, coral was a protective stone worn as a talisman to protect the wearer against evil spirits. ...
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Remember When?

Think about how you filter the world around you, how the intention you assign to an action and the way you recall your own actions creates the particular way you view the world. Your perception of your experience also builds your perception of...
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The Gift of Good

Girls love gifts. Good gifts remind us of a special event or were given to us by a special person. The great ones are both. And the best ones come in multiples. ...
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