Trick Mirror by Jia Tolentino
A collection of nine essays that has been described as enlightening, eye-opening, and unforgettable. "This is a book about the incentives that shape us, and about how hard it is to see ourselves clearly through a culture that revolves around the self..." Find the book HERE.
Cod With Brown Butter Tomatoes
An easy and healthy weeknight dish. Straightforward, simple, delicious. Our new go-to. Find the recipe HERE.
Idun’s own Megan McCarty has created a delightful emailer called Night Vision. It includes excerpts of poetry, short stories, and general life musings ranging from hilarious to poetic. Subscribe HERE.
Building Black Bed Stuy
“The Building Black Bed Stuy Committee was formed in response to stagnant growth when it comes to accumulating black wealth and gentrification…Our mission is to protect, preserve, and liberate the black community within Bed Stuy and beyond. Our focus is to help provide financial aid to existing businesses and organizations within black communities. By investing in black businesses and organizations that help to uplift the black community, we can start to build economic power.” Support Building Black Bed Stuy HERE.
Supreme Being Tea by LOAM.
As the fast pace of fall approaches, it is important to include moments of calm and rejuvenation in our daily lives. Supreme Being Tea is a specific blend of plants designed to support the nervous system. It focuses specifically on the parasympathetic nervous system (rest and digest functions) and the enteric nervous system (esophagus all the way to rectum). This tea is meant to calm anxieties all while boosting your immune system. Find the tea HERE.
The Walker / An Art of Changes: Jasper Johns Prints
“In celebration of the artist’s 90th birthday, An Art of Changes surveys six decades of Johns’s practice in printmaking, highlighting his experiments with familiar, abstract, and personal imagery that play with memory and visual perception in endlessly original ways.” Discover more HERE.
Charli XCX album: ‘how I’m feeling now’
Dahlia Brue’s current favorite album. A more experimental tone than past albums yet continues to bring the same “bubblegum bass” and “hyper-pop” we love. Listen HERE.