My Sunday Paper: Volume 8
I'm packing again! This time it's the big suitcase that came out of the closet - the one I somehow managed to lug all over New York City for two months while trying to find an apartment there, and then lived out of for a while until the movers brought my stuff another month later. This trip won't be quite so dramatic...
There's some cool stuff happening this week. Part two of my series "Your Inner Athlete" for millennial expert Chelsea Krost will be posted tomorrow, and right here I'll be sharing something I've been reflecting on recently, about what it's like on the other side of our biggest challenges. Lastly, if you join my group juice cleanse by this Tuesday 3/11, I'll be able to share a discount code with you. Get the details here!
Without further ado, here's your round up of the internet's best. Happy reading!
J'adore Garance Dore, here she notices a new pattern in the fashion industry: the obsession with youth may be beginning to wane. Très interessant!
This women saved enough money to quit her job and move to Paris. Thinking, "a girl can dream!" to yourself? So did she - then she made it happen.
I love The Coveteur despite the fact that I find it sometimes kinda hard follow (the way its organized, maybe? I feel like I'm always going to miss something good.) Anyway, they've got SJP and they pictures are GORG! Shoe shopping, anyone?
This look on my favorite style blog, Atlantic-Pacific, is PERFECT for transitioning into Spring. Must get some cuffed overalls!
This is your body on...
...yoga: This is unreal. A radiology team takes an x-ray video to show you what happen within your body during a yoga sequence.
...oil: I'll be honest with you. I've heard a lot of people talk about oil pulling lately and I had the completely wrong idea of what that meant. Now I know, and I'm thinking of giving it a try? Have you? Would you?
That's it for today - I'm off to brunch. Enjoy a beautiful Sunday!!
I'll close with a fantastic quote from poet Robert Frost: "Education is the ability to listen to almost anything without losing your temper or your self-confidence."