Related No.6

This week, despite having multiple finished posts ready for your reading pleasure, I’m going to keep you in suspense just a little longer. Why? Because this week, I’m feeling a little bit more interested in being inspired than sharing. There’s something about the changing of the season that makes me feel more like listening than talking or writing. So here’s a few things that have been lighting me up lately, and I hope you’ll share what’s inspiring you in the comments.

1. Read Essential Ayurveda by Subhra Krishnan. I picked up this book at my yoga studio and it was the perfect introduction to Ayurveda. I’ll be talking more about why I loved it very soon, but why not get a head start on all of the lovely beauty and health tips about staying balanced year-round?
2. Adopt a plant. I just bought a little rosemary plant to add to my apartment’s greenery, and I have to say that buying a plant really brings out your inner optimist. Now just to find the perfect container for it…
3. Sign up for a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) share! April and May are prime time for securing a farm share and getting delicious, freshly picked produce every single freaking week from summer into winter. Have no idea what I’m talking about? Read this. Then look up what’s available in your community on LocalHarvest.org.
4. Email me your career questions. I’ve been getting quite a lot of requests for career advice from many of you interested in working in sustainable fashion or a CSR department full-time. I will be putting a post together on my experience, so please email me if you’d like to make sure your question is answered.

*A little extra: Attend the book discussion of Maria Eugenia Girón with Kate Black on April 7th at the Brooklyn Fashion + Design Accelerator. The event will celebrate the launch of Girón’s new book, Sustainable Luxury and Social Entrepreneurship: Stories from the Pioneers, based on her experience in the luxury world.

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2 comments

    • Rebecca

      I highly recommend it! The first Ayurveda book I picked up was actually “Absolute Beauty” but it was a bit too overwhelming as an introduction. I recommend this one if you’re like me and really just starting to learn about Ayurveda. I’ll be writing more on this soon too so watch for that post!

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