Happy Friday. It’s a hot one here, as I am sure it is for many of you around the country (and world). Not sure if anyone else is feeling this way, but the constant barrage of climate disasters has been weighing on me heavily. I’ve been holding on to a lot of stress, and this week I tried something new, a practice called TRE, which is series of exercises that assist the body in releasing deep muscular patterns of stress, tension and trauma. It was kind of a game changer for me and I was shocked at how quickly I felt a sense of calming and relief. As someone who can struggle with talking about things that stress me out, it was a really incredible practice to calm my nervous system.
This summer is flying by and I can not believe it’s almost August. Trying to slow down a bit and savor these last few weeks. Wishing you all a great weekend.
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Don’t miss the Lake Pajamas Summer sale. Tons of styles at up to 50% off. The pima sets and robes are my favorite!
Apparently the buy now, pay later bubble is about to burst. (The Atlantic)
Laser scans reveal 60,000 hidden Maya structures in Guatemala. (Smithsonian Magazine)
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Feeling the animosity between generations? Why we love to hate on them. (Business Insider)
Have you heard of vacation anxiety? (The Cut)
A new experience from Spotify and Taylor Swift uses listening data and personal preferences to pinpoint your truest Era identity. (Vanity Fair)
Is this the summer of terrible men? (Glamour)
Get an extra 30% off sale at ABLE with code LASTCHANCE. Love this sherpa liner jacket for fall and these shorts are great for summer.
Here are the marital issues that can come up while raising kids. (Mother Untitled)
Girl power and the economy. (Axios)
Any resident of NYC can tell you how truly terrifying it is to get dripped on in the subway. Here’s what is in that water. (Curbed)
Joyce Carol Oates on the secret to immortality. (The New York Times)
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