Issue #97 – 5 Non-Obvious Tips from Head to Hootie
A big thanks to everyone who came out to our San Francisco Shop Up. It’s always a thrill to meet our awesome Perennial readers (of all ages) in the flesh. New Yorkers, we’ll be hosting a Shop Up with our new Parisian fashion partners in November so stay tuned. And for those who live outside these cities, we’ll always pass along the deal like the promo code THEWHAT15 for R|Label, and find a way to come to your city in the future. Today’s issue is a wake-up call for your body and mind. Enjoy.
The What List
October 4, 2017
by Gina Pell + Amy Parker
100% Editorial picks. No pay for play. Ever.
The Teeth — Check out 5 things GP learned from her dentist appointment yesterday such as charcoal teeth whitening, the danger of your sparkling water habit, and more.
The Ten — We’ve been trying to cultivate a meditation practice at The What HQ but, for some reason, it’s been difficult to maintain. Here’s a fairly easy exercise we discovered in the article Can 10 Minutes of Meditation Make You More Creative? from Harvard Business Review. Everyone has ten minutes, right?
The Belly — Here’s what we’re making tonight: A Nutritionist-Designed Dinner To Calm Inflammation And Heal Your Gut from mindbodygreen.
The Bits — There’s an absolutely fascinating, active thread going on in our private Fb Women’s group about Bacterial Vaginosis and other ailments in Ladytown (yup, we just went there). And men, we’ve got something for you too: 5 Food to Eat, and five to avoid, for a healthy prostate.
The Feet — We’re constantly yammering on about how much we love Hoka One One running shoes, you’d think we work for them (we don’t). But, we now wear Hoka Recovery Sandals after exercising, heel-wearing, and around the house. Some friends complained about the style but the high rubbery arch is like a foot massage for sore feet. Available for women and men.