I had to take a break from these because I've needed my weekends more for rest than I usually do. Now I'm back into the swing of creativity, at least for the time being, so I give you the first Sunday Paper of Spring!
Binge on This
Netflix has a new show out starring Coach Taylor that will give you a new "in your face" family drama thrill. Bloodline is on my to-watch list for sure. My gal pals at Sakara Life tell the Coveteur (and us) how to eat our way to healthy skin and hair. I'm in! My favorite instagram account to follow, @hotdudesreading (on the subway, mostly, with humorous commentary!) has partnered with Banana Republic to bring you hot dudes who are well dressed and reading. This makes me miss my daily subway rides in NYC...
Less of This
Remember that scene in Mad Men where Don teaches a very young Sally to mix cocktails? This is like that, only you're a grown up. I'm not entirely sure how I feel about shaving my face, but I am intrigued by this conversation and the benefits that could have on my skin. Would you try it?
Let's Make History
Now this is cool: There's a new app that makes your phone buzz when you approach places where women made history. There's a new study that gives us additional proof that working out can improve your body AND your brain. No surprises there! I might be catching this late because it's from the Oscars but I love this video of Hollywood women giving advice to young girls.
I wish I had known when I was younger that I was going to be successful and have a great life when I got older—have a house, be able to do stuff for my friends and my family. If someone had told me that when I was in my 20s waiting tables, I would have been so much more relaxed—and so much less angry. I would have said, "Oh, my gosh, this is going to be great." I would have looked forward to getting older instead of thinking, I'm never going to do anything. -Chelsea Handler
Read her whole article on getting older. Right now.