[MONDAYS ARE FINE] JUNE 26
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1. Good morning from London! Our Work Party with Sharmadean Reid is sold out which means we've raised almost £500 for those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire. Thank you so much for your support! As always, you can watch the livestream of the mentor interview on our Facebook page - I'm going to focus my Q&A with Sharmadean on the ways we can all use our personal and professional platforms for the greater good.
2. Special thank you to our friends at fabulous London fitness studioFRAME, who will be providing breakfast to fuel our Work Party session from their in-house cafe. They've also very kindly provided a complimentary class at one of their numerous London locations to all of you - just create an account here, put the class of your choice in your basket, and use the promo code 'FRAMEWW' when you checkout. Thanks FRAME!
3. In case you're not familiar with the FRAME story and/or you're interested in getting involved in the fitness or wellness industries in general and/or you just want to hear a smart woman talk about how she built her business, listen back to my Q&A with FRAME's co-founder Pip Black which we recorded live at Topshop in January.
4. Further inspo over here: Elle's round-up of the 'Radical Women Who Are Resisting by Existing', including my wonderful friend, Naomi Shimada.
5. Beauty podcasts - they're a thing now. The Coveteur offers a round-up of the best place to pick up industry tips and insider tricks.
6. For some reason I never tire of reading about people's morning routines. Here's one featuring New York pastry chef Natasha Pickowicz via my fave food site, Healthyish.
7. Summer has arrived pretty much everywhere and damn, it feels good, doesn't it? New Yorkers, get some inspo for the best ways to spend your sunny weekends via The Strategist.
8. Words to remember, no matter how healthy (or not so healthy) your bank balance is looking: You are not what you earn.
9. "Work is my self-care." An interesting take on a much-discussed buzz term, via The New York Times.
10. Oliver Burkeman makes a case for scheduling.