The RAD Stuff is a little series where I share the best of what I've been reading, browsing, and enjoying online (and beyond) lately -- hope you enjoy, too!
“I struggle with anxiety pretty terribly in the fall. And it’s okay if you do too.” // These thoughts on seasons changing and anxiety? So good. Really helpful.
I want to do ALL the home detox things… yes plz.
Did you see Cultivate What Matters is having their biggest sale of the year? Even PowerSheets are on sale when you buy a bundle! If you’ve been on the fence, now’s your chance — just in time before the new year!
Oh, and if you’re curious about oils at all… this might be the time to dive in! I’m offering $25 back (!!) on premium starter kits (read more about all that’s included here!) and word on the street is a bunch of other popular oils will also be on sale too… let me know if you’re interested!
All about a vegan, gluten-free pumpkin chocolate chip cookie recipe.
Just bought this magical thing again… my eyebrows have never looked better. (Shout out to everyone with thick, wild eyebrows! I’m with ya.)
These are SUPER helpful questions to ask your doc before starting any new meds for your mental health — these would be so helpful to take to your next physical or psychiatrist appointment!
The very best Twitter thread of all time: the books of the Bible as gifs. AMAZING.
A thank you note every day of the year… such a beautiful idea. This has me thinking about ways I can intentionally love people and express gratitude beyond just during Thanksgiving season… maybe a year long project for 2019?!
A few things my bookstagram followers said they wanted to see more of: posts about where to start reading certain authors (I’ve done Anne Lamott, C.S. Lewis, and Wendell Berry so far — who else would interest you?!), book flights (find all of them here!), and reviews (always). Anything else you’d like to see in regards to bookish content?!
Hope you all have a lovely Thanksgiving! And, maybe this year, you take some time to actually examine the history of this day and the truth about its origins? Here are some great resources to get you started. (If you don’t follow Kaitlin Curtice on Twitter, I highly recommend doing so.)