Over the years, being "well" has become less about making it to your morning spin class or nailing your juice cleanse and more about chasing an authentic communion with your spirit, your body, and the world around you. An abstract goal at first glance, mbg's You. We. All mantra adds some structure: We need to take care of ourselves so we have more energy, authenticity, and passion to pay forward to our communities and the planet.
As healthy living continues to become more outward-facing, the spaces we inhabit are falling behind. Most homes—from high-rise buildings to suburban family estates—are tailored to the individual instead of the collective. Attached garages mean we don't need to walk outside to get to our cars, and apartment floor plans make it totally normal to never see your neighbors, let alone socialize with them. But that's about to change.