On Our Radar: End-of-Summer Edition

Here are a few things to do, see and think about as we savor the last of the long days of summer.
Image credit: Aran Goyaga

Image credit: Aran Goyaga

To do: Join us at Unfold, an intimate day of holistic healing and well-being. We'll focus on transformational work and healing to connect with your higher self. The event will take place at the gorgeous studio of Aran Goyaga (featured above) in Seattle, and includes insights, exercises and sessions from an array of amazing healers, plant-based menu from Sweetgrass Food Co, the "afterglow" happy hour + much more! Purchase tickets for the September 14th event here


To listen: Sleater-Kinney's new album is out, and it will be on repeat in our house. The Center Won't Hold, available August 16th, is being described as "often gently sparse and hauntingly, beautifully electronic."


To read: About Toni Morrison's work behind-the-scenes, and how "ditorial work brought her inside the system. It made her both a gatekeeper and a force for change...She enriched the landscape of publishing through the books she shepherded into print, but just as importantly, she began to alter its image within." 

Image credit: The Farewell, A24

Image credit: The Farewell, A24

To try: Create a feast to celebrate summer wind down. And then see The Farewell, a tender story of family deception, which often depicted how meals are consistently a way for the family to come together.

Njideka Akunyili Crosby Efulefu: The Lost One 2011 Acrylic, charcoal, colored pencil, collage and xerox transfers on paper ft.

Njideka Akunyili Crosby Efulefu: The Lost One 2011 Acrylic, charcoal, colored pencil, collage and xerox transfers on paper ft.

To see: The best summer exhibitions before they depart.

Image from Creative Spaces

Image from Creative Spaces

To buy: Creative Spaces, a collection of personal workspaces from a diverse group of creatives. "Poketo is painting a full-spectrum picture of these creative individuals, so as you're reading this right now, you can hold a little part of their creativity and humanity in your hands."  



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Raising Kids Who Are Actively Anti-Racist: Tabitha St. Bernard-Jacobs and Adam St. Bernard Jacobs Are Teaching Us How

"We’re both intentional about centering our parenting around justice and creativity and are also big believers in always being a work in progress."


June 2021 Tarotscopes

Dear Gemini: This month, stop putting off that choice you've been faced with and get to work figuring out what to actually do.

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A Conversation with Create To Stop Hate Founder and Artist, Janel Foo

"I’m proud of having a place for people that are looking for a way to support the AAPI community to come to get information and discover our huge community of artists, and I’m just proud of building this initiative that started as such a small, simple idea."


Youn Chang, Founder of OJOOK, On The Natural Beauty Hype, Why You Need Fewer Products Than You Think, And Her Minimal Beauty (and Makeup) Routines

"Refusing to buy something you don’t need and using everything you already own are the most impactful environmental acts."


Sleep: Uncovered - Zen Mamas Teresa Palmer and Sarah Wright Olsen on sleeping, dreaming, and wind-down rituals while pregnant and postpartum

Zen Mama founders, actresses, and entrepreneurs Teresa Palmer and Sarah Wright Olsen share what its like to sleep, dream, and how to find that elusive rest while pregnant with littles underfoot.


May 2021 Tarotscopes

Dear Taurus: Sometimes disagreement brings out the worst in people, but this month it is the impetus for real change - not because you engage in the head-butting but because it motivates you to actually do something about what's causing it.


Child's Pose: How To Become A Learner

"So how to become a Learner at work? Stop identifying by our skillsets, for starters. It is our being – our perspective and creativity – that is most valuable."

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You're Invited: Join Us for a Digital Dinner Party Benefiting Nourish!

Anti-racism is a state of being, and more importantly, a state of doing. So, what are you doing?