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What We're Obsessing Over This Week

Some of our current obsessions of the week, designed to nourish each pillar of your life.

 

MANTRA OF THE WEEK

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@rmdrk always for the daily Instagram hug.

 

PRODUCT LUST

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captain blankenship's GOLDEN WAVES SEA SALT SUMMER SPRAY // Stroll through a sunbeam and watch your organic glam make heads turn...

 

SONG OF THE WEEK

Head Full of Dreams // Coldplay

 

BOOK CLUB

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Be Here Now by Ram Dass // More a work of art than a "book", Ram Dass has given us a forever bedside table friend to reach for when we're feeling a little less than in balance. Every page is kaleidoscoped with integrated lessons of the Oneness of us all (I mean, just look at that cover art...), reminding us of what's really important: love love love!  

 

RECIPE YOU MUST MAKE THIS WEEKEND

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Sun Tonic + Moon Tonic from Free People //  Waking from a slumber is like a daily rebirth — and it’s not always easy to make that transition. Similarly, when we transition from a day filled with thinking and moving and doing (and doing and doing), it’s not always easy to shake off everything we’ve just experienced in order to fall into a peaceful sleep. Alas, two homemade drinks — one to energize you in the morning; one to relax you at night.

 

GET BACK IN YOUR BODY 

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As part of our 4-Week Transformation, we tapped our sister Ally Bogard to provide challenger's with five of the very best self-love meditations of all time. Not in on the Transformation this week? You can still get one of our all-time favorite Ally meditations on S-Life Mag — to get you back in your body, out of your stressful mind, and to cultivate a vibrationally harmonious relationship between a thought regulated body and grateful spirit.

 

YOUR FRIDAY NIGHT COCKTAIL CONVO STARTER

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Why Do Anything? A Meditation on Procrastination // "Idleness, then, reveals an experience of nothingness. While nothingness tends to occupy a central position in Eastern traditions like Buddhism and Taoism, we in the West typically shun it; after all, one of the most characteristic branches of Western philosophy is ontology, the study of that which exists. Perhaps the most intriguing form of idleness is one nearly all of us are intimately familiar with: procrastination."

 

FRIYAY! GIF OF THE DAY!

 

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