The Week of November 3
V O T E
By now you probably know who the candidates for governor are - Martha Coakley and Charlie Baker - but do you know the ballot questions? Tomorrow, Massachusetts residents have the opportunity to vote on some important issues. Make an informed decision by brushing up on the questions. While we encourage you to vote anyway you find appropriate - we also hope that you will support better recycling measures in the state by considering a 'yes' on question 2.
E A R T H
At some point over the past few months I discovered The Tree Kisser on Instagram. They have the cutest animal-friendly and vegan-themed shirts and totes. I kind of love the Kale-afornia girl tote. And this tank is perfect for yoga!
If you haven't already been to one of the free lectures at The New England Aquarium, there are some really great speakers coming in the next few weeks - check out the schedule and make reserve your seat.
Interested in connecting with powerful, motivated women in the energy industry? RSVP for Thursday night's New England Women in Energy and the Environment Annual Meeting and Networking Event (free!).
R E A D
Fun fact - you can listen to a month of unlimited audiobooks for $1 through audiobooks.com. I'm currently doing the month-long trial. It is the perfect way to kill time while waiting for the T or to make the work day go faster.
Gather with your friends to discuss Donna Tartt's The Goldfinch, our latest discussion guide is out. Our next read is The Vacationers - so head on over to the Boston Public Library website and reserve a copy.
S L E E P
This time of year is always surprisingly busy. Make sure to stay healthy by getting enough sleep - something that we always forget to prioritize while concentrating on diets and fitness instead. Start with these 12 Tips for Sleeping Soundly.
Getting to sleep can be tricky when you're wound up - next time it happens, try this relaxing breathing trick.