Issue #93 Back on the wagon. Again
Goodbye wine lunches, hello walking meetings. Desks are clean. Teeth are being flossed again. Water consumption returning to normal. In the next few weeks we’ll be testing plant-strong recipes in our new Instapot and will share the winners soon. If you have any vegan/vegetarian recipe favorites, please share with us here. After a rollercoaster of summer experiences-—some magical, some emotionally brutal—we’re ready to dust it all off, roll up our sleeves, and get back to work.
The What List
September 6, 2017
by Gina Pell + Amy Parker
100% Editorial picks. No pay for play. Ever.
The Book — If you’re going to read only one enlightening book this year make it Onlyness. Nilofer Merchant, our featured Perennial this week, is a global thinker and visionary who teaches us to draw power from our successes, failures, personal history, and unique experiences in order to make our dent in the world. We were so energized and inspired by her wise book that we immediately bought copies for friends. If you’ve been feeling stuck or humdrum about your life direction, this book ignite your flame.
The Speech — We skipped Madonna’s Woman of the Year speech last year because she can be hit or miss, depending on the accent. Well, shame on us. We clicked on it by mistake this weekend and were completely blown away by her heartfelt honesty, vulnerability, candor, and power. This might be her greatest moment on stage.
The Limits — How To Set Smartphone Limits for Your Kids. It also helps if we’re not constantly on our own devices.
The Eats — There’s a great video series by Epicurious Editor, Anna Stockwell called No Recipe Required that shows delightfully simple methods to prepare beautiful, tasty meals.
The Stream — Several friends are going to the Mind Body Green Revitalize conference this weekend, which is focused on the Future of Wellness but we’ll be tuning into the livestream on Saturday, Sept 9th. Watch the trailer.