Cooking, Reading, Moving, Oh My!
It can take a village to keep us—and the kids—occupied these days. So, we checked in with Team AGJ to see what's doing the trick.
See what's inspiring us, keeping us happy, and entertained during the time of Covid.
While we continue to navigate this new normal, one thing is certain: something to smile about is all we can really hope for.
That's why we're back at it, in an attempt to help anyone else out there who's looking for something to spark joy. So once again, we've polled Team AGJ to see what's helping to get us through these weird COVID days. Read on to see what they're watching, reading, cooking, obsessing over, and more—bringing it straight from our homes to yours.
Keep checking back as we continue to reveal even more of our favorites during this (extended) stay at home.
City of Girls by Elizabeth Gilbert
It's a nostalgic but deeply studied look at pre-war New York City theater world.
What I'm Grateful For: Disney+
Real Talk: 2 parents working from home + one 5 yr old + one 2 yr old - school - nanny = a lot of Disney+.
We're back at it, in an attempt to help anyone else out there who's looking for something to spark joy.
What I'm Buying: Masks
I'm so proud of so many of my fashion industry peers for stepping up to make PPE. I've bought some from Tracey Feith, Heather Taylor, Citizens of Humanity, Hedley & Bennett, Baggu, Clare V.
What I'm Making: Barrett Prendergast's Banana Bread
Like just about everyone else in quarantine, banana bread sounded too good to pass up. This one is just as good as you'd expect coming from the crazy talented Barrett.
How I'm Moving My Body:
Nine Treasures Yoga - Online Classes
Tej has been my favorite yoga & meditation teacher for over 15 years. Because her studio is so far from my home, I only usually see her on the weekends. The bright spot of this pandemic is getting to tune in with her on the daily from my living room. She's the golden sunshine keeping this engine running.