WLHQ

Posted by Olivia on May 15, 2013 in Yoga
~By Olivia Millman, Social Media & Speakeasy Ass't Producer This morning I awoke to birds chirping.  It’s something so simple and it’s happened to us all, though it’s not a usual song of this New York urban jungle.  My brain processed the sound before my eyes opened and for a few moments I peacefully laid in bed, awaiting reveille to blow from the morning bugler at summer camp....
Posted by Abbey Ley on May 1, 2013 in Inspiration
~ By Wanderlust Art Director, Abbey Ley                                              As Wanderlust Festival's Art Director, I have a great responsibility at my fingertips. It's my job to create unique imagery that intrigues and captures peoples' attention, inspiring them to learn...
Posted by Jodi on April 17, 2013 in Inspiration
~ By Jodi Blea, Director of Partnerships & Special Projects  I’m the master of the timeline. I love a good spreadsheet and get a thrill out of managing deadlines. So why is it that I’ve requested to postpone my contribution to the Wanderlust blog not once, but twice?  For months I’ve struggled with creating content that is worthy of my sharing it with thousands of mindful...
Posted by Jeff Krasno on April 8, 2013 in Mindfulness
Today we turn our WLHQ column over to Wanderlust co-founder, Jeff Krasno, who shares what is currently teaching him to live in the moment.  Between conference calls and being a busy soccer Dad, you might be surprised to learn where moments of mindfulness can be discovered.    "Last fall, I became assistant coach for the Purple Panthers, my 8-year-old daughter’s soccer team. I didn’...
Posted by admin on March 27, 2013 in Community
I love my co-workers. One of my favorite things to tell people when they ask about my job is, "Well, I work with my best friends, " and not much more needs to be said. I even love them when they drive me crazy - and crazy is a word used often this time of year. As we all dive into the weeds with summer crunch time, we could all use a bit of desk dancing and lip syncing to help us relax. My main...
Posted by Katie on March 20, 2013 in Adventure
As a native New Yorker, I am stoked to be working here at Wanderlust Headquarters.  I spent last year working for a public health NGO in Zimbabwe, where I was fortunate enough to be able to travel all over the southern continent.  One of my last stops was to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro—something I’m sure many in our Wanderlust community have done or are hoping to do in the future.  As we...