The Old Edwards Lifestyle


This season of harvest and transition to a more sedentary time of year invites us to reset and experience life—and the winter holidays—from a new perspective. Drawing closer to our homes, ourselves, and our ready resources for thriving on a daily basis has given many of us a newfound appreciation for the bounty that surrounds us and its ability to nurture our bodies, minds and spirits. Turning back to the simplest joys, the heartfelt expressions and the spirit of togetherness -- even if we aren’t physically gathering -- can give us a renewed sense of peace, comfort and connectedness.

We’ve pulled together some of our favorite ways to shed our preconceived notions about celebrating the holiday season, and welcome in some new traditions that are grounded in nature, grace and gratitude.