Stories I loved this week.
It’s finally spring and there seems to be a real lightness in the air here in London. Maybe it’s the crisp yet sunny days, maybe it’s the promise of warmth and lighter evenings. I know that I’ve been feeling in better spirits recently, though a combination of more sleep, better management of my food intake and more family time. Lots of kisses and cuddles from a bub can always lighten the spirit.
“Beyoncé doesn’t mention anything about her body, or weight, or pushing herself to her limits – instead she talks how running makes her feel, and what it has done for her mind.” I love this analysis of the video launching Beyonce’s new fitness range, Ivy Park. (The Pool)
How to choose the best produce. (Vox)
A fascinating piece on India’s menstrual product market and the taboos that still exists around menstruation in this country. (Broadly)
I put collagen into my morning smoothie and it’s nice to see more evidence of its benefits to the skin. Beauty really does start from the inside out. (Well + Good)
I’m trying out this chicken cacciatore recipe for a dinner party tomorrow night. (New York Times)
How not to lose yourself in motherhood. Lots of good advice here. It takes time and for me, it’s important to remember that mother is just one part of my identity. (Mother Mag)
We’re more honest with our phones than with our doctors. (New York Times)
What you don’t know about depression. (Kelly Brogan MD)