Favorites

My latest and greatest favorite things – updated monthly!

Online:

Anita Wing Lee  – If you love travel and living according to your heart instead of the expectations of others check her out! I’m currently working through her Funded & Flow course, and I can not recommend it enough.

Tiffany Han‘s Podcast & Work – Tiffany is a total delight, and a total girl boss! Her podcast “Raise Your Hand and Say Yes” has be very inspiring to me lately, and I’m excited to dive into the rest of her work

Cute Overload – Hands down my favorite site on the internet. Unfortunately the “cuteporters” stopped posting in January 2016 (I’m still recovering from the loss), but the archives are gold!

You Made it Weird Podcast  with Pete Holmes – Funny people talking about all the things we’re taught to avoid – relationships, sex, God, religion, weed, etc.

Katie Dalebout‘s Podcast & Blog – Katie is a mentor and a friend who I absolutely love. She covers body image, spirituality, and everything in between.

Summer Innanen‘s Podcast & Work – Body acceptance rebel on a mission!

Christy Harrison‘s Podcast & Work – Intuitive eating! Health at every size!

Isabel Foxen Duke‘s Blog – Helping me heal my relationship with food one kick ass post at a time.

Kim Anami‘s Blog and Courses – Kim’s work around sexuality has been incredibly eye opening for me. If you have any shame, pain or guilt around sexuality and relationships check this chick out!

Tara O’s Work – Another bad ass woman challenging sexual norms.

This American Life, Snap Judgement, Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me, Planet Money – Podcasts. Yeah, so I really like NPR.

Arrested Development – My current Netflix obsession.

My Crazy Ex-Girlfriend – TV show. Hilarious!!!

Offline:

Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert – This, the Eat, Pray, Love author’s latest book about creativity and inspiration is absolutely wonderful. If you are a creative soul, and I believe we are all creative souls, check it out!

The Last Season by Eric Blehm – I picked up this book a couple weeks ago and finished it in four days! It’s that good.

Seven Years in Tibet by Heinrich Harrer- The book, not the movie (No offence, Brad).

Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer – Another true, timeless, and gripping adventure story!

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austin – A classic, and one of the few books I go back to time and again.