We chatted with a few friends of GNI to learn what they're gifting themselves, their loved ones, and their communities this year.
We sat down with Sana to learn more about building a pantry with your budget, values, and traditions in mind.
In Issue #179, Alisha walks us through some of the weirdest purchases she's made in lockdown, because let's face it: when the world is falling apart, buying stuff — especially small, inconsequential, utilitarian stuff — can help.
Issue #178, Alisha shares some BIG news about the launch of a project the GNI Team has been working on for the past year and a half, from an idea I had 3 years ago when I first started the company.
In Issue #176, Tyler shares how Sunday Night Rituals have helped with her mental health lately (with some suggestions for your next SNR)!
In Issue #184, Minaa B., speaker, writer, and licensed therapist, shares two of her favorite ways to show oneself grace and unpack feelings during this complicated moment.
In Issue #182, Carolyn Rivkees, the voice behind @chronically_cheerful on Instagram, shares some small reminders that have helped her separate wellness from worth as she navigates chronic pain. She hopes they'll help you too.
In Issue #183, Alisha Ramos, Founder at GNI, fully endorses making "mini plans" this weekend (or weekday!) night.
Meena Harris's new children's book, Kamala and Maya's Big Idea, puts girls of color front and center as leaders in their communities.
There's a reason they call them Sunday scaries. Here's some food for thought if your Sunday evenings could use a little bit of a lift.
Who better to take over this week's issue of the GNI newsletter than co-authors of our August book club pick?
We sat down with Sam Irby, author of our April book club pick, to talk about adult friendships, book club snacks, and why she's probably staying in tonight.
We sat down with three therapists from Alma to talk about coping with the trauma and grief so many of us are experiencing right now.
Introducing Stay Home, Take Care: Your one-stop shop for taking better care of yourself and your loved ones as we make an effort to stay home to combat COVID-19.
We rounded up some resources to help you take better care right now — from indoor workouts we love to comforting things to read, watch, and listen to as you spend more time at home.
Wondering how folks make time to conquer their yearly book lists? The tools featured in this article will help you to build reading habits that will spark joy and challenge you at the same time.