Links I Love | The Beauty Vitamin Checklist

UGH 😑 I’ve been in such a creative rut and it seems like I’ve had blogging block forever 🙁 How do you get inspo? Lately I’ve been reading a ton of wellness-y things and I’ve come across a bunchhhhh of amazing articles on the internet. I’ve curated a few of my faves. They’re totally worth reading (especially Vogue Contributing Editor Molly Guy’s article + The Beauty Vitamin Checklist on Harpers Bazaar!!)—check them out:


1. The Beauty Vitamin Checklist

“Navigating the supplement aisle and cracking the code of which vitamin does what for your hair, skin and nails can be overwhelming, so we tapped beauty and health expert Tracy Piper of The Piper Center to take the guesswork out of it and give us the ultimate cheat sheet” via Harpers Bazaar

2. Five Things Every Successful Women Does Before Bed

“Five before-bedtime habits successful women employ nightly ” via The Zoe Report

3. 40 Things I’ve Learned in 40 Years by Molly Guy

“Vogue Contributing Editor Molly Guy turned 40 on February 21. Here are 40 things she’s learned along the way” via Vogue

4. Who Says Cocktails Can’t be Good For You? Three Reasons to Drink to Your Health

“Just ask chef Marcel Vigneron of Los Angeles’s new plant-based restaurant Beefsteak, where the free-spirited cocktail menu includes an option to spike the juices and superfood smoothies. “It’s a great way to detox while you retox,” he says, referring to the antioxidant punch that a jigger of fresh-squeezed pomegranate or a dusting of turmeric can bring along with the expected buzz” via Vogue

5. Yoga For Everyone

“It’s time to roll out your yoga mat and discover the combination of physical and mental exercises that for thousands of years have hooked yoga practitioners around the globe. The beauty of yoga is that you don’t have to be a yogi or yogini to reap the benefits. Whether you are young or old, overweight or fit, yoga has the power to calm the mind and strengthen the body. Don’t be intimidated by yoga terminology, fancy yoga studios and complicated poses. Yoga is for everyone” via New York Times

6. The One Wellness Habit That Can Transform Your Relationship

“But before you start imagining a breakup, take a (deep healing) breath. And try the simple approach researchers are recommending to zap these thoughts before they blow up into battles: “everyday” mindfulness” via Well and Good

xo Melissa

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    Carolyn Holl

    Awesome list, especially the “healthy cocktails”.


      Thank you Carolyn! I so want to try those cocktails 🙂