Friday, May 26, 2017

CURRENTLY CREASING №14


C U R R E N T L Y   C R E A S I N G
A collection of weekly reads to guide you through your days . . .

1 | Sex toys for women created & powered by women . . 
2 | An incredibly touching and raw account of depression, childbirth, and motherhood by Laura Miller. I've been simmering in her words and those of Jessi Klein in the closing chapter of her book, where she dives into the trials of "trying" (as she calls it, a euphemism for "fucking" or the sad opposite of it). I admire these women for speaking their experience so others may find their voice—to simply hear their own or share it with others.
3 | Naturally-dyed & carefully-sewn children's clothes that'll make you wish you were as cool when you were seven-(AND A HALF!)-years-old.
4 | Coveting this EMPOWERED sweatshirt hand-embroidered by Rwandan women with 100% of proceeds going to benefit education programs in Rwanda and Ghana (thanks to Natalie for this find!)
5 | Big & bold handmade pink mugs so you can scream you're a millennial
6 | A line of quality knitwear carefully crafted in Spain

7 |  The one yoga benefit you've never heard of

8 |Two deals to make your life easier: three free smoothies at Daily Harvest with the code thirlby 
AND 50% off discount when you use the code THIRLBY50 at Care/Of vitamins
9 | Where stress gets stuck in our bodies & how to release it
10 | These satin and again, millennial pink, slides for only $20

the T H O U G H T  O F  T H E  W E E K

"That we find a crystal or a poppy beautiful means that we are less alone, that we are more deeply inserted into existence than the course of a single life would lead us to believe."

—JOHN BERGER