Issue #88 Eat Now. Worry Later.
In addition to flipping our lids that it’s August next week, we can’t stop talking about the many indulgences we’ve partaken in this summer. It’s like a broken record around here so we’re going to get zen about it and simply enjoy these last few weeks sans guilt. Come September, we’ll get back to the biz of getting shipshape across the board. In the meantime: Relax. Enjoy. Repeat.
The What List
July 26, 2017
by Gina Pell + Amy Parker
100% Editorial picks. No pay for play. Ever.
The Eats — While we’re in an abundance frame of mind, might as well make this Grilled Ribeye with Rosemary Potatoes tonight. And for the vegetarians in our family, this summer pasta always hits the spot and gets over 2000 five star ratings on the NYT.
The Goods — Tina Sharkey and Ido Leffler, our good friends and entrepreneur extraordinaires, have launched a revolutionary online grocery called Brandless. Buy better food and household staples at a mere $3 for every product in the store. Brandless is one of the most exciting, humane new business models on the web today. We’ve already ordered our essentials. A+
The App — We’re not fans of pushing weight loss. Clearly. But, a reader recommended the RUNNING for weight loss App and we just started using it last week. It’s been awhile since we had a consistent running practice but the app makes it really easy to stick with. So do these shoes.
The Work — Great article on Harvard Business Review called How People with Different Conflict Styles Can Work Together. And if you work from home and don’t have these pesky people problems, here’s how to stay motivated.
The Party — We are planning some great events in New York and Los Angeles this Fall. If you live, or have friends, in either of these cities email us here and get your email on our permanent invite list. We’d love to meet you in person.