Link Love From Across The Interweb July Edition

On the last Friday of every month join us for Link Love From Across The Interweb. A collection of all things amazing. Inspiring articles, favorite finds, cool companies, and absolutely incredible people doing absolutely incredible things. Up to something amazing? We want to know. Share in the comments below for a chance to be featured on next month’s edition of link love.

THE LINKS:

It’s been a rough couple of weeks, both nationally and globally. We imagine you’re feeling the “heaviness,” too. In a world filled with so many wonders and so many heartbreaks, the only “response” that makes any sense to us is: “Love even more.” Wise words from Alexandra Franzen.  

Choosing optimism and finding modern love with Lewis Howes and Ravi Patel. Incredibly refreshing, fun and absolutely hilarious — we highly recommend giving this a listen. We’ll be watching this next.

Incredibly interesting but hardly surprising read on where Americans and nutrition experts disagree. “No food elicited a greater difference of opinion between experts and the public than granola bars. About 70 percent of Americans called it healthy, but less than 30 percent of nutritionists did."

Amp up your innate allure. Your zodiac style guide awaits.

Russel Brand is on spiritual fire and it's perfect.

Soon, you’ll be able to swim in a pool full of sprinkles (for real), the Museum of Ice Cream is opening in downtown New York!!! O-M-G.

A mystical travel guide to Sedona, AZ. (One of my absolute favorite places on earth.)

10 rules for students, teachers, and life by John Cage and Sister Corita Kent.

“A good way to become very popular is to be on your deathbed. Everyone wants to stop by, drop off a casserole (I’m in the Midwest), say the deep and meaningful things they always meant to say, have a poignant moment, a cinematic hand squeeze. A deathbed is really not the time for that, though. If you’re worried about making sure people know how you feel, go ahead and do that right now. This can wait.” This article by Nora McInerny Purmort.

Actually everything by Nora McInerny Purmort.

Breaking the habit of being yourself.

Not just for hippies: the totally not-weird self-hypnosis technique virtually anyone can use.

Throwing it out to the Universe that we’d really like to visit Tulum.

“Do you know the story about the two stone cutters? When asked what he’s doing, the first man replies, “I’m cutting this stone into bricks.” When the second laborer is asked what he’s doing, he replies, “I’m building a temple.”” Danielle LaPorte and the Big Real behind everything we do.

These cosmic sweet potato chocolate truffles and these roasted cherry chocolate ice cream bars.

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We did this thing where we only posted to the blog once a week. We really liked it. Here’s what went down:

Fresh coconut whipped cream, a tutorial.

Everything you really need to know about diet, health and nutrition.

How to pull yourself out of a workout rut.

Spirited Nutrition 101 + the secret to kickass health.  

As always, if you’re up to something amazing, we want to know! Share in the comments below for a chance to be featured on next month’s edition of link love.

Forever on vacation,
Erika & Jess

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