Stories I loved this week.
How has your week been? Since we booked a short break to Formentera in September, I’ve been dreaming of white sands, Spanish wine and fresh seafood. I cannot wait for this lovely holiday and really feel like holidays have become so precious since my son was born. I love the opportunity to spend long stretches of time with my little family, eating, exploring and chilling out, away from the hustle and bustle of London life.
7 things you’re doing wrong in spin class and how to fix them. Definitely guilty of #2 and #4. (Well + Good)
An amazing profile of Serena Williams. (The Cut)
Really excited about Mayim Bialik’s new website, Grok Nation. I may not agree with everything she writes, but I love her honest, intelligent and straightforward style. And I love this analysis of the site versus other celebrity lifestyle sites here. (Lainey Gossip)
Six great tips on how to keep healthy on a budget. Abel & Cole is a great option in the UK for inexpensive organic fruit and veg. (The Chalkboard)
Mexico bans free baby formula to increase low breastfeeding rates. This is important, as fomula marketing has become very unethical in its subversive and repeated undermining of breastfeeding. (The Guardian)
I love the idea of yoga in schools and seeing benefits in children’s self-regulation, attention and fitness. I recently learned that my 2 year old son has been practicing yoga at nursery, to my utter awe and delight. (Goop)
I’m currently phoneless (dropped my phone in the my loo by mistake!) so this made me laugh a lot and made me realise how much I pull my phone out for no real reason. l(New Yorker).