The Best This Year | A 2015 Roundup

The Best This Year | Coming Om

Check out the best of what I read, watched, and listened to this year.


//  Heidi Grant Halvorson’s talk about why the world receives us the way it does is an invaluable resource for all areas of our lives.

// My perspective grew so much broader, and my morning commute so much more enjoyable, thanks to Cheryl Strayed and her tiny beautiful things.

// Invisibilia’s The Secret History of Thoughts gives a whole new perspective on how our thoughts can shape everything.

// How To Live Well and Die Well With Greg Hartle is one of the most important, honest, and thought-provoking conversations that I’ve had the pleasure of listening in on.

// Jenni Remembered, from the Strangers’ podcast, is the final in a 3-part series that helps put life and loss into true perspective




// Who needs cable when there’s Becoming Nia, That Guy, and all of the other really good stuff from Black&Sexy TV?

//  For me, this year in music has been ruled by powerful, reflective, and opinionated women, like

Jazmine Sullivan,

Sara Bareilles,

Lianne La Havas,

Alice Smith,

Azealia Banks,

and Kimberly Nichole.



// Creative inspiration can come from many different places. I got it here — thanks to the amazing artistry of William Catlett — and I’m sure you will too.

// Myliek Teele’s story is a lesson in how to  show up in life authentically and with a purpose.

// Bob Goff speaks on The Art of Living A Noteworthy Life in a way that makes me want to be more and do more, right now.

// A indispensable cheat sheet from Susan Cain to help us all bust through fear in order to show up as  our greatest selves.

See you in 2016.

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