Books, Binges & Blogs: March 2018 Edition
The Last Black Unicorn
BY TIFFANY HADDISH
Growing up, Tiffany used humor to win others over and help her succeed in school. She has since turned her gift into a career as a stand-up comedian and actress.
This book was recommended to me by my dear friend Abeer, whose opinion I basically take as law. It's an easy read, written in the same tone of voice in which Haddish speaks. Tiffany continues to gain popularity in Hollywood, which doesn't at all surprise me given how hilarious she is. I'm excited to keep reading and see what other stories she shares with her fans,
A NETFLIX ORIGINAL
I started watching LOVE a couple years ago when it first came out. I wasn't sure what to expect, and still haven't decided definitively whether I really like this show or not.
LOVE follows a group of friends in L.A. who are navigating their early thirties, their careers, and their love lives. In its most recent season, main characters Mickey and Gus deepen their relationship (even though all they ever do is fight.)
If you watch the show, I'd love to hear what you think of it!
I've practiced yoga off and on for years but never had the courage to officially join a studio. Ultimately, I wound up practicing at home more often than not (thanks, Yoga With Adriene). However, after attending last month's Om Brewers event, hosted by one of Up's instructors, I fell in love with group fitness and really wanted to further explore yoga.
Have recommendations for me? I'd love to hear what books, blogs, and shows topped your list this month!