In this series, we share 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 podcasts episodes that make traffic on the 405 a bit more 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!!
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Matthew McConaughey Returns // Matthew McConaughey is a Golden Globe and academy award winning actor, author and producer. Matthew returns to the armchair expert to discuss how he decides to slow down or speed up in life, how he wants to address conflicts people are struggling with, and how he approaches the aging process. Matthew and Dax talk about the differences in their alcohol tolerances, how taking a break from acting changed their perspectives, and how they deal with feelings of imposter syndrome. Matthew explains what he is jealous of, how he’s become so self-aware, and what he thinks of the impersonations people do of him.
The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry by John Mark Comer // How to Stay Emotionally Healthy and Spiritually Alive in the Chaos of the Modern World
Skillet Creamed Street Corn Chicken // Bringing us all the flavor with this Skillet Creamed Street Corn Chicken. Pan-seared chicken in a creamy, spicy, street corn sauce that’s truly delicious. Made with chicken cutlets, fresh corn, spices, and cream, then served up dip-style with grilled corn, spicy chili butter, and salty crumbled Mexican cotija cheese on top. This dish is totally delicious, especially with rice, avocado, and tortillas on the side for soaking up all that creamy corn sauce. A quintessential summer dinner that everyone will love
THING TO BUY—
Tomboy Shirt by Sézanne // Amber’s favorite top for all occasions right now!
Homeboy Industries // Homeboy Industries is the largest gang rehabilitation and re-entry program in the world. For over 30 years, they have stood as a beacon of hope in Los Angeles to provide training and support to formerly gang-involved and previously incarcerated people, allowing them to redirect their lives and become contributing members of our community.