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Like lyrics to music—Corie's poetic interpretations of yoga poses have gifted me with another delicious layer to my own at-home practice. "I could have become a harp today, but that is not my song" still sticks with me when I attempt Bow Pose and remember that, while it's important to dream, it's just as poignant to embody the human we are today.
I’m actually not one for poetry, so when I do stumble on a poet who rips my heart out so I can physically see that it’s a living beating thing, I pay absolute attention. Andrea’s work is beyond mortal. I could lock myself in a room for months just to pour over their past work. My faith in humanity is rescued every time Andrea performs a piece for us muggles.
The highlight of my current life phase is reading anything and everything by Mari Andrew. She interprets the smallest of nuances around her and turns them into breathtaking moments of clarity and creativity. She's tapped into the undercurrent of our hidden foundational architecture as humans, and it's like I get a secret code word to get a quick peek every time she posts. 11/10 definitely recommend.
Draw or Die is an empowering read for anyone who needs a swift kick in the creative ass. Bonesick literally started because I got introduced into D.J.'s world. Read this one and you might tumble into your own Next Thing.
I follow a lot of food people on the socials, but Snacks is the only one I obsess over so much that I need the feed in my inbox too. Justine's recipes are as elegant as they are approachable. I kinda hate cooking, but I do it for Snacks.
A quick morning dose of fresh air packed into a 1-2-3 punch of philosophical musing, quirky illustration, and hip tune. The perfect combo to start your day. Plus, there’s the Friday Field Guide which invites guest writers to introduce you to their little corner of the world.
Every piece Tobi writes makes me think, makes me want to join the discussion. I love his luscious way of describing his experiences and the corners his brain is willing to sniff. It’s a lovely little breather from the humdrum. For those looking for that sabbatical – literally or figuratively – when I tuck in for a Tobi read, I feel like I’m on sabbatical myself!