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Weekly Favorites

The weekend is upon us and with that we thought we would share the things that helped entertain, motivate, nourish, and inspire us this week.

Friday Favorites

The newest brain (pun-intended) child of This American Life and Radiolab producers, Invisibilia is a fascinating podcast that explores human conditions and behaviors by delving into the deepest corners of our mind.

If you find yourself in Portland this weekend, stop by one of our personal favorite shopping haunts, Palace, this Sunday for their Lovers event. Sip champagne and fall in love with featured favorites Tiro Tiro,  Better Late Than Never,  Olo, Loyly, and aura photography by Radiant Human.

Speaking of Radiant Human, a few weeks ago a couple of friends and I stopped by the studio and had our auras photographed.  It was one of the most unexpected and fun experiences, and I have been encouraging everyone I know to go since the moment I walked out the door. She tours, so if you are not in Portland, look at the tour dates and try and find her in your city.

Take a ride around Los Angeles with Ed Ruscha in this interesting video that showcases the artist’s unique perspectives and quirks.

Two of our staffers just came back from New York and can’t stop raving about Buvette, a quaint French bistro in the West Village. I, in turn, can not stop looking at their website and dreaming of the day I can experience it myself.

Sarah Yates just wrote an honest and beautiful piece on her blog, A House in the Hills, discussing her own personal journey with health and diets, and all the different and conflicting information that we are confronted with. She reminds us that everybody, and every body, is different, and to listen to and honor yourself while finding what feels right for you.

Indulge yourself with Herbivore’s Coconut Milk Bath Soak. I don’t think this needs an explanation as to why we love it!

Complex, honest, and hilarious, “Women in Clothes” has been making the rounds among my friends and always seems to spark the conversation mirroring the one in this book – clothes, and our connection to them.

Alima Pure

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