Photo by Danny Rozenblit featuring Nata Sarafinchan
We're slowly making our way into April already, but here are some favorites from March.
Maison Du Soir: Though not very affordable for a frugal student like myself, I've admired the sleepwear made by these guys for some time and they make sleeping dreamier than ever!
Pink House Organics: This handmade product brand aims to bring natural and beautiful into your house. They carry all sorts of face, body, and hair products, and their Instagram account is super cute, too!
@apricotberlin: Jess Schwarz and Tiago de Silva are photographers and cinematographers who post eye-catching lifestyle portraits and videos that will do more than inspire you. Check out their website here!
Tapestry Magazine: I love the aesthetic and overall benevolent character of this magazine. Tapestry is mainly a religious magazine, but they provide words and images on topics beyond that, such as lifestyle and fashion.
The Ivory Game: This documentary is about the illegal ivory trade happening throughout the world. Don't judge because it's a documentary, though, because there is a lot to learn and much compassion needed in this topic.
The Crown: This Netflix original focuses on the royal family's life during the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. Even if you're not familiar or interested in this side of politics, there is still enough drama to keep you hooked.
Passionfruit by Drake
Coloring by Kevin Garrett
do re mi by Blackbear
Breathe Life by Jack Garratt
Pursuit of Happiness (nightmare) by Kid Cudi, MGMT, Ratatat
Bear: Bear is a writing/productivity app for both the iPhone and Mac. It's easy to use, and allows you to keep all your writing in one accessible space.
Black Bean Burgers: Good for anyone, whether you're vegetarian or not! All you need to do is mash a can of black beans, add eggs, and cracker crumbs (to hold it together), mix in some spices and voilà! - pan fry them and you're good to go.
The Catcher in the Rye: It's certainly not new, but after reading it for the first time this month, it's definitely a novel everyone should read. It's relatable, valuable in lessons, and when you're finished, you can hop on the band wagon and say, "yeah, I've read that - no big deal."