Wednesday, November 29, 2017


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 . . .

2 | Thoughtful & budget-friendly ways to express gratitude

3 | Notable children's books of 2017 by the New York Times for the little ones' Holiday gifts

5 | As I mentioned before, I've been making it a priority to return to my English major roots & rekindle my passion for reading beyond books related to my line of work in wellness. 

I couldn't put this book down over Thanksgiving & I'm now reading this and this. If you need a mental escape into magic realism and the unconscious, these books are it. Need a shorter read? Here's Scheherazade from the New Yorker

6 | What to do about men dominating industries, a not-new phenomena  

7 | Don't know what to get for a loved one this season? Consider donating for a cause they care about in their name, such as National Immigration Law Center or Planned Parenthood to name a few

8 | Another reason to go as zero-waste as possible

9 | Linguistic research on babies & why we need to be careful of our words even around newborns

10 | Why mushrooms are the anti-aging food

11 | A how-to guide, for memorising Shakespeare to blush without shame

13 | Stocking stuffer or bedside table read: the most moving yet digestible new release of the most moving contemporary spiritual leaders

the T H O U G H T  O F  T H E  W E E K
"Youth is happy because it has the ability to see beauty. Anyone who keeps the ability to see beauty
never grows old"

—Franz kafka