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Griffith Observatory, Los Angeles


Wakiki, Hawaii

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By now we've all heard at least a little something about the benefits of submerging the body and mind in anti-gravity, float-filled bliss; and Moon Pod brings that into our homes and daily living. Donned as an 'anti-anxiety float chair', this state-of-the-art bean bag doubles as a recliner and napping lounger to deliver a full-body weightless experience. The design is backed by years of sleep, anti-anxiety, and anti-stress research to provide endless, body-beneficial comfort when it's needed most. Pick one up below for a lifetime of extreme comfort at home. 

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When Ruth Reichl was eight years old, she curled up on the floor of a used bookstore with a pile of vintage Gourmet magazines and fell in love. It was “Night of the Lobster,” an article set in Maine, that did it. “I could hear the hiss of a giant kettle and feel the bonfire burning as the flames leapt into the night. The fine spicy fragrance of lobster was so real to me that I reached for one, imagined tossing it from hand to hand until the shell was cool enough to crack,” she writes in her new memoir, Save Me The Plums, out this month from Random House. “I had always been an avid reader, but this was different: This was not a made-up story; it was about real life.”

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