Reading List | January 2016

Each month I’m sharing my favorite books, blogs, podcasts, playlists and more of what’s inspiring me at the moment in this “Reading List” series…

{Currently} on my nightstand:
1. Ayurveda for Women by Dr. Robert Svoboda
I admire Dr. Svoboda greatly in his approach to eloquently sharing complex topics in a way that’s simple yet layered with information and meaning. Each time I read about Ayurveda, even from an introductory level, I sink deeper …

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