A trip to Seattle yields some great vintage rewards!
Summer Hirtzel: Traveler. She’s also a fantastic artist. Born in the valley of Northern California, this Hampshire College alum started feeling restless in her adopted hometown of Amherst, Massachusetts after her fifth year. She bravely shifted gears, uprooted, and took on the lifestyle of a traveler, seeking inspiration. She’s a poet. A student of art …
Like Grey Gardens but Not: Mothers and Daughters I have been thinking a lot about mothers and daughters lately. I blame it on four things: 1. I keep seeing the commercial for Flowers in the Attic coming on Lifetime. (One of my favorite books as a teenager, and man, what a mean mother) 2. I’m …
This is the story of me hating myself and the story of you loving yourself.
My new favorite city is Asheville, NC for its food, architecture and, evidently, more food.
It’s Saturday, and the weather outside (if you’re in New York, that is) is certainly frightful. The best thing you can do under such indomitable hardship, or maybe just in general, is to curl up with Netflix or a few good DVDs. If it were me, it would also undoubtedly involve wine and cheese, but …
I rarely meet a vibrator that does the job all by itself. But the G-Vibe? This thing is wild.
Go bat-shit crazy because why not.
Choose a word that summarizes your goals and guiding intentions for 2014 and share it in the comments, tweet at us at @LunaLunaMag with the hashtag #Word2014.
I’m a 26 year old woman with a pet hamster.
This week is about taking the imperative to lay the groundwork and let go of feeling like you’re back at ground zero. Your Weekly Tarot for 12/29/2013-01/04/2014.
Five simple and stimulating whisk(e)y cocktails to ring in New Year’s. Make them at home or order at the bar.
Knowing what you want is hard, and it’s taken me a long time through both painful and joyful times of reasoning. Now, I know what I want out of life and I’m happy to say that I’m pleased with the person I have become.
Hey, you! Be nice to yourself, cause ain’t no one gonna do it for you.
Once the holidays are over, it’s easy to slip in a post-holiday funk. Some people may feel let down after focusing one’s energy on having the best Christmas party ever–presents galore, champagne dripping off the walls, music pouring from overhead speakers. Others may feel depressed for the opposite reason: the holidays represent a time of …