This Sunday was dedicated to making my lunches for the week. My problem this week, though, was that I was bored with all of my regular lunches and I wanted to try something new. As I was leaving the office … Continue reading

I have a genuinely insatiable sweet tooth, so when I was tasked with making a recipe from the new No Meat Athlete Cookbook by Matt Frazier, I knew the first thing I’d try would have to be his calorie bomb … Continue reading

Here at The Experiment, we know how amazing moms are—and just how challenging being a mom can be. Whether you’re shopping for a mom-to-be, a brand new mother, or a veteran mom, you’re sure to find a gift for every … Continue reading

My parents always tell the story of when they brought my older sister home from the hospital. Happily, my Grandma came to stay for a few nights to help out the new parents. They were giving my sister her first … Continue reading

Whether it be a grief of our own or that of a friend or family member, it is a fact of life that all of us, at some point in our lives, will have to come to terms with grief. … Continue reading

This guest blog comes from Mary Ellen Hannibal, author of Citizen Scientist. Mary Ellen Hannibal is an emerging voice in environmentalism and a sought-after speaker connecting the scientific community to the concerned public. Her writing has appeared in The New … Continue reading

When is the last time you dreamed of a better world? Dr. Sanduk Ruit and Dr. Geoffrey Tabin had the same dream, acted on it, and began giving the gift of sight through the charitable work of the Himalayan Cataract … Continue reading

We are so excited to see our newest book The Happiest Kids in the World: How Dutch Parents Help Their Kids (and Themselves) by Doing Less by Rina Mae Acosta and Michele Hutchison making headlines! Happiest Kids spills the secrets … Continue reading

I like to think I’m a good cook in that I absolutely love to eat. I stand by that I will try (almost) any dish once, so, working with cookbooks is like being a kid in a candy shop for … Continue reading

It’s the sweetest mathematical day of the year! Pi Day is the celebration of the Greek symbol Π, the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant—the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter—which is approximately 3.14159… … Continue reading