3 Rad Lifestyle Podcasts for the #Resistance

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from murverse.com

BBs! Shit, resisting can be hard. First, you have to batter your earholes and eyeballs with terrible news about the Administration all the live long day (because you are woke and engaged… I see you!), and then even when you’re tryna chill with your squirrel-friends, something comes up. It always does, because a lot of the garbage coming out of DC these days lands right on your doorstep, and if not yours, your neighbor’s, your family’s, your friends’, or some person’s in your community. That’s the other part: even if you stop listening, you can’t stop living it.

Hell, if you know a woman, she’s about to be a pre-existing condition. SO NEAT.

So this post isn’t about political podcasts necessarily but are SUPER rad, values-based, and make us feel just a bit better about our world. These folks are out there both doing their thing AND going on record that Trump sucks, his swamp sucks, and their garbage policies suck. They’re doing something with their platform to fight back for immigrants, women, people of color, victims of gun violence, police brutality, and rape, the LGBTQIA community, true religious freedom, and all the other beleaguered communities out there whose voices will not be silenced.  Continue reading →

In Season Beauty: Skin Care for Colorado

As a prep for this weekend’s GRAMMY’s, check out Colorado’s own Stefanie Soifer, whose product line In Season Beauty is featured in performers and presenters’ grab bags. So cool!

Stefanie comes to the business of beauty and skin care with a simple set of guiding principles: be honest, be up front, and be forthright.

isblogo“It’s hard,” she says. “There’s plenty of people out there that aren’t like that, but they at least help me learn the lesson that doing the right thing is worth it.”

Her brand, In Season Beauty, is the culmination of her life’s work of creating things that smell and feel incredible: as a little girl, she’d scour her family’s cabinets perfecting facial recipes to test on her mom, and spent time in bath & body shops smelling every pot, bin, and jar. This would later morph into her first jobs in independent retail shops, creating and selling oils, lotions, and soaps.

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