We are taking this opportunity to slow down, spend some time at home, focusing on self love and the simple things that make us happy. We have marvelled at the loving support we receive from our incredible Auguste family and reflect with gratitude for all of you. You bring us such joy, we wanted to return the favour and share with you a few things to be enjoyed at home.
When taking time out for yourself, to relax and unwind, sometimes you just need ease and comfort to whisk you away…what better way to do so than with a classic and easy baking recipe? You know the one your great grandmother passed down to her mother, who then passed it down to your mother who's now passed it down to you; the one that only requires 5 ingredients, most of which you have around the house, even if you over poor or under poor, it will still taste delicious. Our friends over atRussh Maghave put together a list of easy baking recipes that we are loving and we know you will too.
Keep that tush in shape withFluid Form at home, because down time doesn't always mean lying on the couch in your PJ’s. With over 160 pilates classes to access online, ranging from beginners to advanced, reformer to rehabilitation, and prenatal to postnatal; we love Fluid Form. This modern approach to pilates offers a warm, supportive and encouraging coaching style centred around healing instead of hammering.
From the bestselling American author Celeste Ng,Little Fires Everywhereis a riveting novel that traces the intertwined fates of a picture-perfect family and an enigmatic mother and daughter who upend their lives. Little Fires Everywhere explores the weight of secrets, the nature of art and identity, and the ferocious pull of motherhood.
From the successful podcaster that brought us Criminal, Radiotopia has moved away from true crime and focussed on true love in their latest podcast,This Is Love. It investigates life’s most persistent mystery - how romance, obsessions and relationships drive us. Serenade your ears with this beautiful listen.
The newHBOseriesThe White Lotushas finally filled the void that Big Little Lies left when it concluded. This miniseries is a superb satire about inequality, as rich guests rub shoulders with downtrodden workers on a holiday from hell. Like Big Little Lies, a mystery fatality is at the heart of the series, with more twists and turns that will have you hooked from the beginning. Get watching!