I am the one who used to blog, but then suddenly disappeared for a few weeks….
It’s never intentional. Life gets busy- my mother has been sick again, I’ve been trying to spend more time with my family, and we’ve started a few new projects.
When I haven’t been with my family or working, I have been traveling quite a bit. One of the places I visited last month was New York City.
As I made a stop into the Saks on Fifth Avenue, a transformation on their second floor
knocked my socks off caught my attention.
Saks- Justin Bridges Photography
Gone are the racks and racks of clothes on this floor- though they still have some active wear and accessories for sale.
It has become a Wellness Floor called The Wellery, and I loved what Saks has done with it.
In a world where I feel like I am trying to find a balance because I am being pulled in 10 different directions, I actually felt my blood pressure drop as I walked around.
If it wasn’t for my girls urging me onto the escalator, I probably would have circled the space a few more times.
I don’t claim to be the most healthy, but I do love the thought of trying.
With the exception of a juice bar, this floor has Everything. From a nail salon, to bikes, to exercise classes, to salt rooms, to dermatology services, to gym bags and activewear, it’s all there.
And it SPOKE to me.
I’ll take a green bike, please…. The Wellery, Saks Fifth Avenue, NY
The Wellery offers Salt Rooms. Has anyone tried this before?
The Wellery, Saks Fifth Avenue
It is such a new, innovative way to position a clothing store, but it got me thinking…..
Health and wellness are not just what you eat and if you exercise. Living Well is a way of life-
I have talked here how a healthy lifestyle is one that encompasses all facets of your life, not just a few areas.
It carries over to how your home makes you feel when you walk through the door. Does your home stress you out or make you feel at peace when you walk through the door?
Living well is taking all of the chaos life throws at us and keeping it all in perspective.
Keeping perspective when life doesn’t give much of one.
I understand- with a sick mom, children, and quite frankly, hip and female issues, life is not always rosy…
But I am going to continue working hard to be the best version of myself that I can be. Warts and all.
So how can you live well? Does it involve tweaking your home so it works and functions better for you and your family?
If you need help creating a customized space, email us at email@example.com. We would love to hear from you.
Here’s to a well-lived life, despite all the chaos life may bring-
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If you’d like to read more about The Wellery, read this Domino article here.