3 Things | October 2018

3 Things | October 2018
Each month in our newsletter, CURRENTLY, we list a few of our favorite monthly finds from podcasts to travel inspiration to home goods.
Rebekah’s  3:
  1. What is saving your life right now?  I love this simple question that author and “spiritual contrarian” (as she calls herself) Barbara Brown Taylor often asks and I so appreciated the rich conversation she had with Oprah on Oprah’s Super Soul Conversations podcast. They discuss walking through dark seasons, spiritual practice, and much more. Listen to the full episode here or anywhere you listen to podcasts!
  2. Currently living in this insanely comfortable, stretchy cotton crop from ARQ that I purchased recently and I’m already planning to buy another. I know we’re headed into the cold months but I’m loving this for lounging at home, sleeping in, morning yoga, wearing under sweaters, etc. ARQ is also making a wide strap bra and underwear in the same style!
  3. I’ve been eyeing a couple of Canadian artist Kayla Gale’s original paintings and figurative charcoal drawings for my walls at home. I highly recommend taking a look at her work! I also love the idea of gifting her 5” x 8” letterpress prints which are both incredibly affordable and absolutely stunning on handmade paper!
Sarah's 3:
  1. Earlier this month, Tanner and I got the chance to visit Spain for two weeks. We primarily spent time in San Sebastian (in the Basque region) and on the island of Menorca where we stayed at Hotel Tres Sants for our first night there and wished we could've stayed longer. It was the perfect boutique hotel experience and we would recommend it to anyone going. The building itself dates back to the 4th century and the history comes through everywhere. A few favorite features were the indoor plunge pool, the rooftop terrace and lookout over the city, and the amazing communal breakfast (all for a very accessible price).
  2. Rebekah alerted me to the Storq warehouse sale last week and I was lucky enough to snatch up one of their lightweight cotton caftans before they sold out for a fraction of the normal price. Like all of their pieces, it was designed especially for pregnancy and nursing but I am in neither season currently and loving it just the same.
  3. In an attempt to keep a broom more accessible in my kitchen, I went on a search for a slight one that could easily fit in the narrow gap between my refrigerator and the wall and found this one. It's extremely lightweight, the head angles and can fit anywhere, the handle is height adjustable, and the horsehair bristles are short and easy to keep clean. I know not everyone takes pleasure in having the perfect broom but if you get it, you get it.


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