The Year in Food
Written by Kimberley Hasselbrink, The Year in Food offers seasonally inspired eats. The recipes are refreshing and un-intimidating. The site is a reservoir of inspiration, plus she tweets and has a drool-worthy pin board 🙂
Flow Yoga Mexico
Flow Yoga Mexico is a website that blends yoga philosophy, yummy quotes, and incredible artistic prints created by Gregory Ryan Klein. Looking for a theme for your next yoga class or a sweet thought to start off your day? This site is ripe with inspiration for both your left and right brain.
East of Eden by John Steinbeck
Ok. So I realize this book is a classic and has had a profound impact on American culture. That’s exactly why you should read it, suddenly all these things people say, lyrics in songs, and concepts you thought YOU came up with are suddenly illuminated in the text. Yoga instructors, this is a must, this book speaks to humanity and to the ever present inquiry into what is reality and can we affect it?
We ♥ the way this email publication and website looks and feels like a magazine. Not only does Tasting Table offer quality articles about food and wine, it pays impressive homage to cocktailing. Be ahead of the trends and get your foodie on!
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
The Alchemist is the perfect literary companion for travelers. Paulo Coelho simplifies ancient philosophies on the secret to happiness and fulfillment. You won’t be able to get enough of Coelho’s poetic prose, buy your own copy because every page will be dog-eared and annotated with your personal epiphanies. Soul searching never seemed so right.
Joshua Onysko, the founder and CEO of Pangea Organics is a visionary worth following. His commitment to making a positive impact on the world and willingness to take risks has earned him public speaking gigs across the globe. He is quotable and radical, but as he says himself,
The fringe predicts the future.