Issue #66 A Fortune Cookie for the Soul
Monday was another rainy day so after our morning meetings we opted for a little research into Korean Day Spas, a growing trend in America modeled after traditional Korean public baths. If you’ve never been, and don’t mind being scrubbed au naturel amidst strangers letting it all hang out, Yelp one in your city and give it a try. You’ll feel brand new and baby soft in ways you never thought possible. Here’s Amy’s take as a first-timer.
The What List
February 8, 2017
by Gina Pell + Amy Parker
100% Editorial picks. No pay for play. Ever.
The Zen — We’ve written about Daily Om in the past and have purchased several courses that start at $10. It’s worth the price for their daily emails alone, which brim with wisdom and enlightenment like a fortune cookie for the soul.
The Dinner — Amy made this one-pot garlic chicken and veggies recipe in her slow cooker and was met with a standing ovation at her last dinner party. Comfort food at its healthiest and most delicious.
The Watch — What’s Coming To Netflix in February 2017 Is Better Than Valentine’s Chocolates.
The Kids — If you have kids or know kids, here are two cool things you (and they) should know about: 1) Rockets of Awesome, a smarter way to shop for kids and 2) Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events is a clever, surreal show for the whole family starring Neil Patrick Harris like you’ve never seen him.
The Tan — Lizzy K., our friend and aficionado of all things beauty wrote in last week to let us know about her new favorite product called SkinnyTAN, a self-tanner + cellulite cream combo that works wonders.
– Emily Dickinson