[MONDAYS ARE FINE] OCTOBER 2
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1. After an amazing couple of weeks celebrating the launch of The Working Woman's Handbook in London and Paris, it feels good to be back in New York City. The US publication date is set for October 12, and naturally we're starting the celebrations in NYC. Join us in the stunning High Line room at The Standard High Line on October 12 for a live Group Chat featuring some of the women featured in the book, plus cocktails and good vibes for all. Get your ticket now!
2. While I was in London, I had the thrill of seeing The Working Woman's Handbook in some of my favourite bookstores includingArtwords on Broadway Market and the shop at Tate Modern (eeeeek!!) I'm also loving seeing the book in your homes and bags - so please dotag me and #theworkingwomanshandbook if you have a pic to share.
3. Montreal-based author Durga Chew-Bose speaks to The Creative Independent about the Power of Uncertainty.
4. Seven natural anxiety remedies, rated by Australian journalist and wellness specialist, Sarah Wilson. Big co-sign on the yoga and magnesium.
5. Some helpful business advice from The Coveteur's co-founder Stephanie Marks, who basically attributes her success to the support of the strong tribe of women around her. Wise words.
6. Feeling overwhelmed by your Q4 To-Do list? Alain de Botton offers a kinder, gentler philosophy of success.
Just in case you missed the announcement above, we're celebrating the US launch of The Working Woman's Handbook with cocktails and conversation at The Standard High Line, and obviously you're invited. Get your ticket here.
Running October 12-26, Jamaican Intuitives at Highgate Gallery offers rare chance to check out an exhibition of contemporary works from some of Jamaica's most prolific artists.
Irving Penn's stunning retrospective relocates from New York's The Met to the Grand Palais in Paris. Don't miss it!