We've been waiting months to write this one word, SPRING.
While the shift in seasons isn't here yet and we're still in deep hydration mode with our skincare, we are looking forward to longer days and adding some fresh finds into our routines.
This March, the HH team is oil-pulling with Living Libations' new Swishing Serum, planning artsy patio gardens and reading post-apocalyptic feminist literature.
Jenny: A Better Tomorrow single by Toronto rapper and producer Bearded Kingface
Rachel: Catching up on episodes of How I Build This with Guy Raz
Tara: Feist's new releases from Multitudes
Jenna: It Ends With Us by Collen Hoover audiobook
Nat: UMI Says by Mos Def
Julie: Watching the true crime series The Staircase with Colin Firth
Nat: I Who Have Never Known Men by Jacqueline Harpman. Her first novel to be translated to English from French. Speculative fiction forever.
Jenna: Sex Talks by Vanessa Marin
Tara: Creating a Garden Retreat by Virginia Johnson
Rachel: Excited to start The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel Van Dre Kolk (has been recommended to me so many times!)
Jenny: Art is Life by Jerry Saltz
Julie: The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid
Tara: Watching The Last of Us, getting out of the city for a few days and planning our new garden!
Rachel: My first sound bath class and a couple of 30th birthday celebrations!
Jenna: Spa retreat with my mom and sister.
Jenny: Celebrating Nowruz, spring cleaning and getting a new pair of jeans.
Nat: Making a bag on my very amateur sewing machine.
Julie: Lots of breathwork, blending Ritual Oil and walks.
Tara: Poached cod with coconut milk and greens and dark chocolate brownie cookies from Tsuchi Cafe.
Nat: Orange breaded fish + basmati rice + kale. I had a few oranges in my fridge that needed to be used so I grated the peel in my breadcrumb mixture!
Jenny: Chicken Noodle Soup and Banana Bread from Impact Kitchen.
Rachel: Clementines and my mom’s homemade tourtiere.
Jenna: Snack Factory’s mini gluten-free pretzels with hummus or in trail mix.
Julie: Lots and lots of homemade soups.