As the first season of the year comes to a close, there’s no more perfect time to look ahead. This issue will have you excited for what’s to come, with decorating advice from designer Laura Hodges to refresh your space for spring, indoor and outdoor gardening tips, a trip to a math-centric museum, and the ultimate Pi Day recipe!
After a long winter for some our of friends up north, you might be looking to update your living space. Or if you have the pleasure of living in a more tropical environment, it’s a perfect time to infuse some new energy into it all. A home refresh from designer Laura Hodges has plenty of ideas for how to do just that—and, as an extra bonus, be sure to check out the design tips at the end of the feature to achieve a similar look in your space.
So, if you’re looking to spruce up your interior or exterior, adding fresh plants and flowers is a great way to do it. Tips for cultivating a strong and healthy garden for any size space, including instructions for setting up an herb garden, can help you welcome spring with open arms. Plus you get a bonus for trying new tastes in your home cooking!
And for those of us who are always looking for a mental challenge, add a trip to the National Museum of Mathematics in New York City to your calendar. This educational mecca isn’t all addition and subtraction—it has interactive puzzles and mind-bending exhibits, and even holds a special Pi Day celebration in the middle of the month.
And no Pi Day celebration is complete without a slice or two! With layers of creamy toffee, bananas, and whipped cream, English banoffee pie is a delicious way to enjoy the day.
No matter what your March has in store, be sure to make the most of it! After all, life was meant to be lived! So embrace adventure, and challenge yourself to try one new thing each month this year!
American Lifestyle March Issue