“I sold my consulting firm to focus more fully on creative projects,” Roth tells Thrillist over the phone. “I was running a blog, and I was fostering a community of women I like to call SuperShe’s. When I saw the island was for sale, I had the money from my business. It just felt right.” She neglected to mention the fact that her firm sold for $45 million dollars, which explains the island’s wildly chic Vogue-approved cabins, and the luxury Swedish beds ($150,000-a-pop).
Once on the island, women will participate in fully programmed days filled with yoga (occasionally to the musical stylings of Drake, who is, notably, a man), meditation, networking, kayaking, and forest bathing. “Women don’t enjoy enough together, there’s always been men’s clubs, they play golf,” says Roth. “It’s where ideas are made. But when you get a bunch of strong-willed women together, magic can happen.”
Unlike in college, you will not drink in excess with these women until declaring your love for one other in the bathroom of a local bar. Instead, you will cleanse. “It’s a time for recalibration without distractions,” Roth explains. In place of Natty Light, you will consume things like almonds. The on-site chef promises paleo breakfasts, farm-to-table dinners, and ayurvedic healing through food.