Link Love From Across The Interweb (July Edition)

A curated collection of inspiring articles, favorite finds, and absolutely incredible people doing absolutely incredible things. In other words, everything and everyone we’re currently obsessing over – plus a handful of random reads from the WWW we bookmarked to share.


Pic via  instagram

Pic via instagram

The products, practices, people, and places we’re currently vibing with:

Break your phone addiction with #30screenlessnights; or by breaking your phone. Which, speaking from experience, works, but can get very, very expensive.

An insider’s guide to Tulum, Mexico brought to you by Erin Starkweather for Cap Beauty. The perfect spot for a LBB retreat. You in?

Lauren Spencer King’s “hang like a local health conscious artist” guide to Paris for Free & Native. Also a perfect spot for a LBB retreat.

Are you sensing a theme here? We’re 100 percent coveting a getaway. Here’s even more travel envy, let’s call it travel inspo: 3 Weeks In Bali + The Ultimate Vegan And Vegetarian Guide by Rita and André of Cocoon Cooks. This guide is SO detailed! Bookmarked, pinned, and manifesting a trip in 2018. Who’s in?

On the homefront, Pressed Juicery Freeze has made it’s way to Boston! Located on Newbury Street in the Back Bay area, Pressed Juicery is now serving up their swoon-worthy soft-serve frozen treats. If you can’t get here, no problem. Just book your flight today, and in the meantime, check out these 8 dairy-free frozen desserts that put fro-yo to shame.

While we’re on the subject and sufficiently hungry… our must-makes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert.

All the more reason to leave your phone at home. A new study by the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin, shows that just being in the same room as our smartphones reduces brain power.

Non-vegans arguing for veganism on the Huffington Post in a completely non-pushy, “I do not bash how you eat so do not bash how I eat” kind of way. More of this please.

The Fancy Foods Show is a thing (news to us, too). What do you think of this year’s trends? ‘Souping,’ gochujang, bougie $25 bottle table water... which can stay, and which ones have to die?


It’s the summer of self-love! Catch up here:

How to Actually Enjoy Your Long Weekend, a guest post by our favorite literista.

Is it just us or do beach days tend to bring out your judgey-ist, self-sabotaging, body-shaming, inner appraisers, too? Checkout: What NOT To Do At The Beach, from the girls who have done them all (even #8).

“Self-love is not linear or a straightforward point A to point B type of trajectory. It’s more like an ongoing, expansive, alchemy-esque process. It’s a journey that takes time, practice, and patience. It can be messy, and hard, and frustrating at times. (What kind of transformation isn’t?) And when you’re in it, it can feel nearly impossible, but when you’re on the other side, it feels a whole lot like magic…” We call it self-love alchemy. Read the full post here.

And finally, show your body the love it deserves on the daily. 6 of our favorite foods to eat for daily detoxification and total body vibrancy. How to detox without deprivation.

Your turn! What were your favorite happenings this month? Let us know in the comment section below and spread the love by forwarding this post to two friends. We have a TON of cool things coming up so get excited. You know we are!

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