LifestyleMar 14, 2022

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Written by All Sorts Of
Photographed by Karyn Millet

In this series, we’ll be sharing all sorts of things we’ve bookmarked and saved for the week ahead. From our favorite articles, to delicious recipes we’ve discovered, to books we can’t put down, to podcast episodes that make traffic on the 405 bearable — we’ll have it all right here. After all, who doesn’t want to start the week off with a little bit of inspo? Be sure to leave a comment with your favorites of the week, too!!

Design Credit, Feature Image: Intimate Living Interiors



How You Can Help the People of Ukraine via Refinery 29 // A roundup of organizations to support and donate to in order to help the people of Ukraine at this time.


We Can Do Hard Things with Glennon Doyle // A good listen to keep it real. Glennon Doyle, author of Untamed, discusses life’s not so pretty moments and how we can persevere during times of uneasiness. P.S. take a look at Apple Podcast’s “Stories of Strength & Hope” collection celebrating Women’s History Month.


The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett // A #1 New York Times Bestseller and 2021 Women’s Prize Finalist for good reason. “Looking well beyond issues of race, The Vanishing Half considers the lasting influence of the past as it shapes a person’s decisions, desires, and expectations, and explores some of the multiple reasons and realms in which people sometimes feel pulled to live as something other than their origins.”


Red’s Favorite Spicy Tuna Poke Bowls via Half Baked Harvest // A great family or solo dinner to add into the weekly rotation! We love an easily customized dish that can make the whole fam happy, and this is just that! Add in whatever you’d like, or take out what you don’t…it’ll still be delish.


Leith Planter from Shoppe // The perfect thing to welcome in the spring season. With a fitting saucer to catch any overspill, use in the kitchen to grow you favorite herbs or anywhere else in your home to bring the best of the garden indoors.


UNICEF Ukraine // “The war in Ukraine poses an immediate and growing threat to the lives and well-being of the country’s 7.5 million children. Humanitarian needs are multiplying by the hour as fighting intensifies. Children have been killed. Children have been wounded. More than 1 million children have fled Ukraine as families desperately seek safety and protection. UNICEF is working to scale up life-saving support for children and their families.”

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