As recently as a year ago, if you asked a stranger in your spin class what “CBD” was, chances are, they would have had no idea what you were talking about. Now, it seems like it’s all anyone in the wellness world wants to discuss: Which tincture have you been putting under your tongue to de-stress? Have you tried a balm for muscle pain after long runs? Which cafe is serving the best CBD latte this week?
It’s the question I can’t stop mulling over: Should I start a podcast? I have to admit, I’m very tempted. The content I’m listening to these days is so good—I love the idea of throwing my own voice into the mix to share a regular download about the things on my radar. My big question to you: If I started one, would you listen? And is there anything in particular you’d want to hear more from me about? I’m all ears. In the meantime, I thought I’d share the favorite podcasts I subscribe to—and love listening to the most right now.
This post was sponsored by Steelcase, who also furnished two SILQ desk chairs for our review. All opinions are my own.
When I talk to people about my business (and the many reviews, blog posts, speaking engagements, and TV segments we manage every week), many are surprised to find out that my full-time team is just Danielle and I— and that we work from my home.
From the Shop
KitchenAid 7-Quart Pro Line Stand Mixer
Sony DPT-RP1 Digital Paper
Mulberry Silk Sleep Eye Mask
Tech companies have been making the process of investing money easier for quite a while. Now, they’re turning their attention to disrupting a more basic part of your financial life: your checking account and debit cards. (Thank goodness, because this Clare V. tote I’ve been eyeing is NOT going to buy itself!)
It goes without saying that we spend a lot of time with our devices. Not just our smartphone, but our laptop, tablets and more. All are increasingly intrinsic to our day-to-day workload, but also to our kids lives (ugh, Fortnite), which is why it’s more important than ever to be aware of any potential risks. Case in point: blue light tech damage and EMFs.
Full disclosure: A fitness tracker is not usually my thing.
Reasons: First, the aesthetics are often terrible: Gold-plated plastic, lots of rubber, and clunky casings that I never care for. Second, I’m a bit of a minimalist when it comes to jewelry. I barely want to wear real bracelets, let alone layer “smart” ones in into the accessory story. Third, comfort is always an issue: Wear them too lose and they can’t capture your heart rate or sleep patterns; tighten them, and… they’re too tight and sweaty and I tug them all day. Sleeping in them? Forget about it. Too bulky to be comfortable.