Each week, I round up some of my favorite self-care resources from around the web. Ideas for healing, joy, justice, and well-being. These are the self-care tips and resources that I believe in, that I use in my own life. I hope they serve you.
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From around the web:
Everything that Catherine Just does is beautiful and her courses are no exception. Jump on her list to know about the next round and peep her exquisite work.
I love playing board games with friends – it’s a lovely alternative to happy hour – and these looks so great: Bloc by Bloc (coming soon) and Suffragetto (a historial board game, recently rediscovered!)
I don’t wear much makeup, day-to-day, but when I want to femme it up, eyebrow pencils are one of my favorite tools to look super put-together. (Really, I can’t believe I waited as long as I did. I’m smitten.) This one from Jane Iredale is great.
Marina Abramović: Advice to the Young – on the drive to create, the value of failure, and all kinds of other brilliance. She is one of my very favorites.
If the Swedish tradition of fika isn’t my kind of self-care, I’m not sure what is:
“fika, the twice-daily ritual (used as a noun or a verb, in case you were wondering) in which you stop what you’re doing and go have coffee and pastries. And those pastries are mostly kanelbullar, a Swedish take on cinnamon buns, unfrosted and often with other spices like cardamom mixed in.”
Count me in.
Resources from me:
Books for Self-Care
Self-care goodies on the cheap – because if it isn’t accessible, it’s not radical.
I love the idea of Real Self-Care as an activity book for your summer break. If you take your copy someplace fab, will you take a picture and email it to me at ? I’ll find an awesome way to thank you, pinky promise.
In my life:
Playing fetch with my cat. She loves these springs.
Coconut water smoothies with spinach and blueberries. Also, these popsicle molds are getting a workout.
Creating beautiful awesomeness for my upcoming workshops.
After nearly 9 years of swearing to me that he hates it, my husband is finally on the kombucha train. He loves the Gingerade flavor from G.T.’s. Go figure.
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