Required Reading: March 18

Required Reading: March 18


Required Reading is a section on the blog through which I want to share the best articles I’ve discovered on the Internet. Articles that tell inspiring stories of great people, of unknown people, of seemingly ordinary occurrences that can have extra-ordinary repercussion in your life. Articles that will help you improve your life, to live it to the fullest, articles that bestow wisdom and change how you see the world. Basically, stuff that you should be required to read. 

Along with articles, I have decided to also include a book suggestion in each iteration. This month I have chosen "Note to self" by Connor Franta, a beautiful memoir in which the author talks about depression & therapy, social anxiety, self-love, relationships, loss, acceptance and finding who you are. What makes the book special is how intimately the author manages to share his experiences in the rather short essays that often include poetry and original photography. 



Sea2See turns plastic into eyewear 

Break up with your phone 

The magic behind a lymphatic massage

10 ways to naturally heal fatigue

The fashion industry and cultural appropriation 

This fascinating look at the romantic life of surrealist Dalí

This article on boys and their brokenness 

The impact of our busy lives on our body's

Kehinde Wiley’s Portrait of Barack Obama blew my mind

Love these 5 hacks for slow yet productive living 

Kindness is sexy, start today with these 20 acts of kindness

Organise your wardrobe

4 positive changes to make in your life

31 perfect things that won't cost you a dime

The secret behind making a lot of money - quit your job

A fascinating read on eye-contact with strangers on the road

The single most effective action to practice being present in the moment

The single most effective action to practice being present in the moment

ootd: Call me by your name

ootd: Call me by your name