For me, feeding my curiosity is sacred. I’m a huge reader, and giving myself time to follow my curiosity is essential. Every Sunday I like to check out what the BrainPickings Cultural Newsletter has to offer, and have been introduced to so many interesting writers and ideas that way. I’m also really intrigued by the online Annapurna Living Community Carrie Anne Moss has created, bringing Kundalini yoga practices to such a wide audience, and creating a caring community, through her platform
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meet | tammy fender
Featured 10.9-10.15.17 | I am admittedly not quite as holistic as I'd like to be. I often don't eat organic, I have yet to try a turmeric latte and many of the products I've used on my skin have ingredients I can't pronounce. Except after meeting Tammy Fender, I'm not feeling so good about my choices. With more than 25 years of experience in botany, aromatherapy, medical science and chem, she's no ordinary aesthetician. In fact she's been literally cooking her own skin care in the kitchen forever (long before "natural" was a word anyone wanted associated with their moisturizer), and she's turned her passion for refined, holistic beauty into quite a business. She's got an incredible atelier in Palm Beach and a skincare line that she makes in small batches, with — you guessed it — only stuff that can be found in nature. And did I mention she literally glows from within? So I suppose this means I'll be going holistic now. Who wants to join me? Welcome to Tammy's week.