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Does anyone else feel a sudden shot of joy when they put on something colorful? We do 🙋‍♀️. And as we've learned from @aestheticsofjoy: The brighter the color, the better.⁣
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A few of us went joy-hunting in our closets this week and just put on the first bright piece of clothing we found. (@megagirl you win for the brightest pick).⁣
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Link in bio for more inspiration.⁣
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This weekend, we’re donating 25% of the profits from our entire goop x Juice Beauty skin-care line to @DirectRelief, which helps doctors and nurses on the front lines of COVID-19 relief. And if you want to donate directly, link in bio for the organizations that need support to help vulnerable communities during this pandemic.⁣
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The promotion runs from March 27, 2020 to March 29, 2020 (the “Promotion Period”). During the Promotion Period, 25% of the profits from the sale of each item will be donated to Direct Relief to support those working on the front lines during this unprecedented health crisis.⁣
Family counselor, school consultant, and educator Kim John Payne shares tips, guidelines, and resources to help parents and children adjust to this new normal. Kids feel safe when they sense their parents are in charge—especially in uncertain moments, says Payne. Start smallish: Declutter your home. Remove obvious triggers. Creating a calming environment can reduce feelings of disorientation, says Payne, which he believes are at the root of so-called misbehavior. For kids who are currently out of school, Payne says, it’s important to set up rhythms and rituals at home that mimic the structure they’re used to. But also: Be easy on yourself. Embrace boredom. It’s a doorway to deep creativity.
We’re all trying to adapt to this new normal together—while also supporting others from afar. Which is why we asked several women to share what they’re doing, how they’re dealing, and what cozy items they’re doing it all in. Link in bio. 📸: @brookandpeony
Many homemade foods freeze well, and whenever we make a little extra: Our future selves thank us. So we asked @caitomalley to give freezer favorites like lasagna, chicken tenders, and dumplings the special treatment with a creamy cauliflower bechamel sauce, gluten-free panko breading, and a veggie-packed dumpling filling. Link in bio for freezer-friendly dinner recipes you can make once and eat twice.
PSA: Streaming comedy albums can be incredibly therapeutic if you’re looking for a good laugh (and some entertainment that doesn’t require looking at a screen). Link in bio for a few of our favorites. 🎨: @bengilesart
Even when the only thing between you and your next endorphin high is a few lunges down the hall, it’s best to have a game plan. We've rounded up more digital workouts we’re currently hyped on—and performance-minded looks to pair with each one. Link in bio.
Who doesn't love a burger? These vegan and gluten-free ones are easier to make than they look (they take less than 15 minutes) and are a great dinner or lunch staple for all you vegetarians out there. #goopRecipe below.⁣
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Cannellini Bean and Quinoa Burgers⁣
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1. Place a large frying pan over medium-high heat and drizzle with olive oil (about 2 tablespoons). Add shallots and cook for a minute, until they begin to soften. Add garlic, fennel, and cumin and cook for another minute until the herbs are aromatic and the garlic softens. Remove from heat and cool.⁣
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2. Place the beans, quinoa, and bread crumbs in a large mixing bowl. Add the parsley and cooled shallot mixture and set the pan aside (but don’t cleanit—you’ll use this later to fry the patties). Combine everything with your hands, mashing the beans so that the mixture turns into a paste. (If it’s feeling a little wet, add more bread crumbs.) Season with salt and pepper.⁣
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3. When combined, form the mixture into small patties, about the size of your pal
Is vitamin C helpful in supporting a healthy immune response? The short answer is: Yes. But what you probably really want to know is: Are there benefits to having extra, beyond what you get from a typical diet? We had the same question. So we asked our senior director of science and research, Gerda Endemann, PhD, to break it down for us. Link in bio for her full column and answers to our most pressing vitamin C questions.
Something productive that requires zero action: growing out your eyebrows. If this sounds like your kind of project, brow whisperer @KristieStreicher gave us five tips to achieve her infamous feathered brow look at-home. Link in bio for her complete guide.
”This is an extremely simple pantry congee, cooked in the pressure cooker. If you don’t have a pressure cooker, you can let it simmer all day on the stove. And if you don’t have all the ingredients, just improvise with what you’ve got! Swipe to see what I made with the odds and ends I found in the fridge and the pantry.” —@seamusmullen. ⁣
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And ⬇️ is Seamus’s quick how-to on how to throw it all together. ⁣
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Turmeric and ginger congee⁣
Step 1: Add everything except the scallions and gomasio in the pressure cooker.⁣
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Step 2: Cook on high for 30-40 minutes until rice is extremely overcooked and turns into porridge. Alternatively, bring it to a boil in a large pot on the stove and then let it simmer away all day until you’ve got soupy, porridgey-rice. ⁣
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Step 3: Finish with scallions and gomasio. Some cilantro if you’ve got it. Maybe a squeeze of lime or lemon. And if you’re feeling it, a poached or fried egg on top does just the trick. 😋⁣
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The last time you felt completely free. The last time you laughed, so hard. The last time the world seemed magical. How it felt when you were surprised by a simple pleasure. These are the kinds of things Brooklyn-based designer and writer Ingrid Fetell Lee wants to know about. ⁣
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Lee has found that people lose touch with the feeling of joy entirely; we don’t even really register the fleeting moments when they come. Her goal: to help you find that feeling again and learn practical ways to bring it to the surface as often as possible.⁣
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As tempting as it is to stay in your pj’s when you’re stuck at home all day, changing your clothes to suit your activity—just as you would if you were leaving the house—is a surprisingly effective mood booster. If you need inspiration, link in bio for our favorite lounge-worthy looks for staying in. 📸: @allylwalsh
“A therapist once told me: ‘Get out of your head; it’s a bad neighborhood.’ And I find the best way to get out of your head or shut down your inner asshole is to go 'beauty hunting,'" says @JenPastiloff, author of On Being Human. ⁣
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Pastiloff gave us three ways to combat negative self-talk, and one tool is to rediscover beauty. Here’s what she means: Notice and name the five most beautiful things around you the very moment you’re catching yourself in a loop of negative thinking. The practice requires you to really pay attention, she says. It asks you to look for beauty instead of finding faults. Link in bio for more of her tips.⁣
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If there was ever a time to get creative with sweet potato, it's now. This shakshuka sweet potato recipe is satisfying and delicious. #goopRecipe below: ⁣
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1. Preheat oven to 400°F. Line a sheet tray with parchment paper. Wash, scrub, and dry the sweet potato. Poke the sweet potato thoroughly with a fork, then cook for 45 minutes to 1 hour, until it’s soft on the inside (timing will vary depending on thickness and size of sweet potato).⁣
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2. For the shakshuka sauce, warm a medium skillet over medium heat. Add olive oil, onion, and bell pepper. Cook gently until onions start to caramelize and peppers are very soft, about 15 minutes. Add garlic, cumin, and paprika, and cook for about 3 minutes until everything is well combined and garlic becomes fragrant. Pour in tomatoes and season with a pinch of salt and the black pepper. Stir and simmer until tomatoes have thickened, about 10 minutes.⁣
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3. Once the sweet potato is done, cut it lengthwise about halfway through to create a pocket
Raise your hand if you're looking for a way to get rid of the weight of negative emotions you had to carry around last week. 🙋‍♀️
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Enter: purge emotional writing, a 12-minute exercise from Habib Sadeghi, DO. It’s as satisfying as it seems.⁣
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12-Minute Writing Exercise⁣
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1. Before you begin, get a notebook and pen and find a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed. Sit down and set a timer for twelve minutes.⁣
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2. Open your notebook and simply start writing about whatever is disturbing your peace. It could be your health, job, finances, personal relationships, or anything else. Don’t think about it too much—just start.⁣
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3. At the end of twelve minutes, stop writing. Immediately take the pages to a secure, nonflammable area like a concrete patio, your driveway, fireplace, or barbecue and set them on fire.⁣
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Link in bio to learn more from Sadeghi.
“I tell clients there are two roads to orgasm," says sex therapist Stephen Snyder, MD." The low road is where you’re not very aroused at all, but with the right friction in just the right place you can maybe squeak out a climax. And then there’s the high road, where arousal builds and builds until it’s like water going over the dam. The intensity of the orgasm is usually proportional to how excited you got along the way. So when you test-drive a new vibrator, take it out on the high road."⁣
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Link in bio for our full conversation with Dr. Snyder about how best to put your favorite vibrator to good use. 🎨: @ineslongevial
PhD-level witchery. A society that throws out any object that sparks joy. Women who know their way around a revenge plot. A misunderstood mental health study. Zadie Smith. And different ways of seeing anxiety, age, and ourselves. All these new and old books that we are reading seem seem to have a theme: subversion. Link in bio for the complete list.
On today’s #goopCommunityOfficeHours, we are talking to @drjenniferfreed about the astrology of 2020 and what we can learn from it. See you there at 4 p.m. PST/ 7p.m. EST. 
P.S. you can also listen to our #goopfellas podcast with Freed: What Psychological Astrology Can Teach Us about Ourselves. (Link in bio.) 🎨: @hollytheillustrator
In this special episode, Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Matt Richtel highlights what he learned about the immune system while researching his latest book, An Elegant Defense. He shares how these lessons apply to us today as we try to slow the spread of the coronavirus and stay healthy. Our immune system, says Richtel, doesn’t need a boost as much as it needs balance. “Stress, sleep, and nutrition are the three ways we best understand to keep our immune system in balance,” says Richtel. Just listening to him made us feel a little less stressed. Link in bio to listen to the full episode.
“Anyone can benefit from acupressure, and anyone can do it,” says acupuncturist Mary Jane Neumann, who gave us the breakdown on acupressure points and how to best activate them at home.⁣
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One well-known pressure point, Hegu, is traditionally used to relieve headaches. It’s located between the thumb and forefinger on the back of the hand—you can find it by pinching in that V-shaped junction between your thumb and forefinger. When you press firmly, you should feel a dull, achy sensation; that's the arrival of qi. ⁣⁣
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Important tip from Neumann: You’ll want to press that point for about twenty minutes, about the same amount of time you’d spend stimulating the point during a simple acupuncture treatment.⁣
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Link in bio for more powerful acupressure points and how to use them.
Gratitude for even the smallest of things can feel really good. 🍃Link in bio for a six minute guided meditation with @GustavoaPadron.
The beauty of online workouts is that they can be accessed anytime and anywhere (like @megagirl here, doing an online @aloyoga class in her kitchen) with enough space for a yoga mat and a solid Wi-Fi connection. There are a ton of options—many with free trial periods—so the key is finding one that brings a little joy into your day and motivates you enough to get out of bed. Link in bio for our updated list of online workouts. 💪
For creative, resourceful, pantry-led cooking: We’ve gathered some of our favorite recipes that rely on the old standbys (beans, rice, pasta, and canned tomatoes, to name a few). We hope these recipes inspire you to make something new while using up what you’ve already got. Link in bio for the guide. If you have questions about substitutions, drop them below for our food editor, @caitomalley. 📸: @jessiemaysnyder
Like most of you, we’ve been indoors and looking for different ways to move our bodies. So we asked body alignment expert @loroxburgh to send help: Here are three moves to help open your hips and release your lower back. Swipe to practice her favorite equipment-free stretches.⁣
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P.S. Link in bio for Lauren’s free online workout programs #goopcommunityofficehours
During the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s our responsibility to wash our hands, self-isolate whenever possible, and follow local government guidelines for slowing the effects of the pandemic. We can also do our part by supporting others in our communities—and worldwide—who need additional help during these difficult times. Swipe to see how you can help and link in bio for more resources. ➡️⁣
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We will be updating this list regularly: Drop a comment if you have additional suggestions.⁣
De-cluttering is about more than just ridding yourself of stuff. Sometimes it can feel really, really good. In a world where we often have little to no control, organization offers us an opportunity to create order and tranquility in our homes and our lives, says professional organizer @shiragill. And if your goal is simply to feel good, you don't need to overhaul your entire space: All you need to do is start.⁣
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Here are two things you can do right now:⁣
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1. Start small: Most people try to organize their entire home all at once—when that doesn’t work, they get overwhelmed and give up. Start small. Tackle a closet, a surface, even a drawer.⁣
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2.  Find a place for everything: Consider the items you frequently lose or misplace. Assign each of these items a designated home.
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Our shakshuka–huevos rancheros hybrid uses green enchilada sauce instead of the more traditional red chili sauce. It’s tangy, savory, and packed with veggies—and it comes together in about 20 minutes. #goopRecipe below: ⁣
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1. In a 9-inch skillet, heat about 2 tablespoons of olive oil over medium heat. Add the onion and zucchini with a pinch of salt. After about 5 minutes, once they’ve softened a bit, add the green chilies. Let that mixture simmer together for another few minutes. Then add the green chili enchilada sauce and kale and cook for another 2 minutes or so.⁣
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2. Once the kale is just slightly wilted, make 4 small wells in the pan. Crack the eggs into the wells and cover the pan. Let the eggs cook for about 5 minutes, just until the whites are cooked through.⁣
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3. Serve with refried beans and warm corn tortillas.
"Psychological trauma comes to everybody," says psychiatrist James Gordon, MD. "It’s not something that happens only to people who’ve been in a war or people who’ve been in the most abusive families imaginable. It comes to all of us."⁣
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Learning to stay and relax in the present moment is an antidote, he says. But creating those moments of stillness can be extraordinarily difficult. One tool he uses is called soft-belly breathing, a practice he outlined for us below. ⁣
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Link in bio to listen to his full podcast with Elise. 
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Start by allowing your breathing to deepen. If it feels comfortable, let your eyes close. ⁣
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You’ll be breathing in through the nose and out through the mouth with your belly soft and relaxed. Perhaps say to yourself, “Soft,” as you breathe in, and “Belly,” as you breathe out. ⁣
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You’re concentrating on the breath, on the word “soft” as you breathe in, and “belly” as you breathe out. Focus on the feeling of the belly softening.⁣
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It’s easy to get anxious about the things we can’t control (and it’s also easy to get anxious about the things we can control). ⁣⁣
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When we asked psychotherapist Jennifer Freed and mindfulness teacher Deborah Eden Tull about how to befriend our anxiety, here’s what they had to say: ⁣⁣
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“Anxiety is contagious. When we are nervous and worried, we pass it on to others through nonverbal cues like tone of voice and facial and physical gestures. This, along with less obvious factors like our heart rate, blood pressure, and stress hormone levels, can influence others’ inner states. ⁣
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The good news is that we have absolute choice in how we meet anxiety. The human mind is a meaning-making machine, and this machine is fueled by the attention we give to story. Returning to well-being has to do with both our ability to be more aware of the stories we create and our willingness to make conscious choices when anxiety gets triggered. The journey begins by learning to pay closer attention from present-moment awareness a
The goop team is working from home at the moment—which we’re grateful to be able to do. It’s an adjustment for us, so we’re revisiting this story where we asked creative professionals how they arrange a productive work-from-home space. (Link in bio.) 🎨: @kathrynselbertillustration
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These are certainly strange and unprecedented times as we collectively try to hold the polarity of both our profound interdependence on one another as well as our intense vulnerability. These are challenging and untested waters. But we also feel optimistic that we will come through this stronger and better together, even absent a clear path for how to proceed.⁣ ⁣
Effective today, we are closing the doors of our permanent stores in New York, San Francisco, Brentwood, and London along with our pop-up in Aspen until April 1. Our pop-up in Palm Beach will stay open for the time being. It’s a fluid situation, and we will keep you updated. We will be paying all of our temporary staff for hours missed, and our full-time and part-time employees will be unaffected.⁣ ⁣
We will be keeping our e-commerce lights on while our team works from home and practices their social distancing. We are very aware of what is going on, and we are working overtime to bring you stories, recipes, and podcasts that will both
We think of fear as negative. But reframe the way you think about your own fears, and they become opportunities to be courageous. Psychotherapists Barry Michels and Phil Stutz gave us five paradigm-shifting steps for harnessing our own fear—and leveraging it—for good.⁣⁣
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Here’s the five steps (link in bio for the full explanation):⁣⁣
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1. Accept it: Fear is part of life.⁣⁣
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2. Identify it: Every fear is an opportunity.⁣⁣
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3. Feel it: When you’re afraid, don’t think about or analyze the fear.⁣⁣
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4. Face it: When you move through fear, it diminishes.⁣⁣
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5. Practice it every chance you get. 🎨: @carolinemorin_
Cauliflower makes a (surprisingly simple) gluten-free pizza base, especially when it’s mixed with a generous handful of parmesan to get those crispy edges. And topping pizza is one way to make the most of what you have on hand—while also, just maybe, experiencing a little joy #goopRecipe below: ⁣
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1. Place a pizza stone or upturned baking tray in the oven and preheat the oven to 220°C (430°F). Lightly grease and line a 26 cm (10 ¼ in) pizza tray with baking paper.⁣
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2. Bring a large saucepan of water to the boil. Line a colander with muslin (cheesecloth) or a clean dish towel.⁣
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3. Place the cauliflower in a food processor and blend until finely chopped into tiny grains.⁣
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4. Cook the cauliflower for 1 minute, so it still has a bite to it but is not completely raw. Pour into the prepared colander and set aside to drain and cool slightly.⁣
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5. To prepare the pizza sauce, heat the oil in a small saucepan over low heat. Cook the garlic until softened. Add the tomatoes an
Here is one of @eliseloehnen’s favorite lines from @glennondoyle’s new book Untamed: “When a woman finally learns that pleasing the world is impossible, she becomes free to learn how to please herself.” We loved this sentence, too, and so many others. Get your copy and hit the link in bio to hear Elise’s conversation with Glennon on The goop Podcast. #goopbookclub
Ground and ease into the day after you wake up (or anytime you need a few minutes to reconnect and self-soothe) with this ten-minute guided meditation from @KateWaitzkin. Link in bio to listen.✨📸: @zeewipark
Mindful breathing can help ground the nervous system, reduce stress, and promote a deeper connection to the body. Breathwork practitioner @Ashley_Neese shared a 90-second session with us that you can lean on when you notice you're feeling overwhelmed. 
The Extended Exhale Practice

1. Take a comfortable seat or lie down.

2. Breathe in and out through the nose for a few cycles to settle in.

3. Next, bring your attention to your exhale for three rounds of breath.

4. Begin to extend your exhale by 2-3 counts.

5. Repeat if needed.

6. Lastly, bring your awareness to your body and notice how you feel after your practice.

A note from Neese: As you practice extending your exhale, you might naturally increase the length by more than 2-3 counts. That is a sign that your nervous system is regulating.
We're doing what we can right now—social distancing; trying to keep ourselves and our communities healthy. And yet: We're finding everything beyond our control to be overwhelming. @EllenVoraMD’s podcast reminds us how we can start holding space for the full human experience (even when it’s a little scary). ⁣
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Link in bio to listen to her full conversation with Elise. 🎧
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P.S. We want to hear from you: What type of content would be the most helpful from us? How to deal with anxiety, recipes, DIY beauty? Escapism? Let us know in the comments.
The question on everyone’s mind right now seems to be: How can I stay healthy? With flu season in full swing and more developments coming every day on the novel coronavirus, it’s helpful to be informed, prepared, and vigilant for your health and for the health of those around you. While you may want to get some basics (canned foods, groceries, hand sanitizer), we don’t necessarily recommend buying out your local Costco’s toilet paper supply to plan for Armageddon. What doesn’t hurt: following preventive guidelines to stay healthy, practicing social distancing, and doubling down on your immunity arsenal.⁣
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Link in bio for resources from the World Health Organization and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, plus tools and research from our wellness editors.
The founder and CEO of Girlboss, @sophiaamoruso, has a few hard-and-fast rules for foolproof entertaining. The first? Talk to everyone and be the most welcoming. And: “Keep it cool with cocktails. It gets hot in Los Angeles, so @KetelOneBotanical is a great option to keep things feeling fresh in the summer,” she says. Link in bio for her secrets to making hosting so much easier.
You don’t have to love golf to love Scottsdale—but you should definitely be into relaxation. The city has lots to see, including some spectacular design, incredible desert hikes, and lots of great art. The food is amazing, as are the spa treatments and the museums—not to mention the margaritas. Link in bio for a weekend Scottsdale itinerary. 📸: @thomas.bullock
Dark chocolate, cacao nibs, chia seeds, coconut flakes, and pink Himalayan salt turn this kid-friendly classic into something much more sophisticated. #goopRecipe below: ⁣
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1. Heat the chocolate and coconut oil in a double boiler over medium-low heat. Once melted and well combined, remove from heat.⁣
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2. Set up a station with a sheet tray lined with parchment paper, the cooled chocolate sauce, the sliced bananas, and a small ramekin of each topping. With a fork, gently lower each piece of banana into the chocolate. Once it’s covered, hold it over the bowl for a minute, allowing the excess chocolate to fall off. Then set it on the parchment-lined baking sheet. Finish with a pinch of the topping of your choice.⁣
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3. Once all the bananas are dipped and topped, let them set in the freezer for about an hour before serving.
Breaking into the clothing-care industry wasn’t exactly what German-born sisters Theresa and Corinna Williams had in mind when they first moved to Brooklyn. Like many great ideas, @celsious_social—New York’s first sustainably minded laundromat-café-shop—was born out of pure necessity. Link in bio to read their story and shop their @eileenfisherny looks (one of our favorite sustainable fashion brands).
The clinical studies are IN, and now, even if you’ve got sensitive skin, you can exfoliate, smooth, and retexturize skin overnight️! Our new #GOOPGLOW 5% Glycolic Acid Overnight Glow Peel works its glowy magic while you’re catching 💤, and it’s okay for sensitive skin! ​⁣
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Here’s how it works: ​⁣
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✔️You smooth the peel over your clean face, neck, and chest (places that typically suffer the most sun damage) before bed.​⁣
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Link in bio to get the glow. ✨
“When we see a woman who stepped out of line, we want to put her back in her cage,” says Glennon Doyle. The New York Times–bestselling author of Untamed and founder of Together Rising joins Elise Loehnen for a conversation about the moment she decided to stop abandoning herself. Like many of us, Doyle spent the majority of her life feeling like she had to be “good.” And then she quit pleasing so she could be free. Doyle is sharing a recipe for bravery and a new definition: Being brave is not being afraid and just doing the daring thing anyway, says Doyle. Being brave cannot be judged by anyone else. It can only be felt by you. “Being brave,” says Doyle, “is hearing to your inner voice on the inside and speaking it on the outside.”
Oh, snap: Your favorite-fitting track shorts have officially gone chino. They’re elevated enough for your nine-to-five, flattering for Friday-night dinners,  and—ahem—nothing short of perfect. Tap to shop #Glabel March.
Longevity is a topic we discuss a lot in the #goopHQ, and we all take different approaches mentally, physically, and emotionally to make sure we feel our best for the longest possible health span. In episode 4 of our Netflix series, #ThegoopLab, GP tries ProLon, a five-day fasting-mimicking program that is designed to mimic the effects of fasting while you're still eating food (yes, we just said fasting and food in the same sentence). The program was developed by researcher Valter Longo, PhD at the University of Southern California’s Longevity Institute.
We had our wellness director try it out to tell us what to expect. Link in bio to read about her ProLon journey. 📸: @farrahpower
For all you modern-day moon lovers: Here’s how to align yourself with each phase, according to intuitive @Aarona.Lea. (Note: Today is the full moon; we highly suggest journaling). 🌝⁣
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New Moon = New Beginnings ⁣
The new moon is also known as a dark moon (because you can’t see it). It’s the part of the moon cycle that calls for introspection, clarifying goals, and acknowledgment of growth. ⁣
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Waxing Moon = Time for Action ⁣
This is when the light of the moon starts to expand. Use this phase to bring your intentions to life. ⁣
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Full Moon = Completion ⁣
This is when the moon is the brightest and most full. It exudes high energy and is a time for transformation. ⁣
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Waning Moon = Conscious Endings ⁣
The moon will start to dim and be less bright during this stage. This is a great time to withdraw and reset. ⁣
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Link in bio for Lea’s moon rituals tips. 🎨: @anayala
These noodles are extremely easy to make. Great on their own, they also happen to be the perfect vehicle for pretty much any raw or cooked veggie. #goopRecipe below:⁣
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1. Cook the noodles according to the package directions.⁣
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2. While the noodles cook, whisk together the tamari, mirin, and sesame oil in a large bowl. When the noodles are ready, drain them and add directly to the bowl with the sauce; toss to combine. Let cool for about 10 minutes, then add the scallions and a little salt, if desired.⁣
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* To make the furikake, use your fingers to crumble the nori into very small pieces into a bowl, then add the remaining ingredients. Store in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 3 days.⁣
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No concealer. No mascara. No blush. We love makeup, but we also love not wearing makeup, too. And we love a barefaced selfie: We're going to make a point to share some from goop HQ—and you all—every Monday. Tag us and we’ll regram. #GOOPGLOW