food, self-help, memoir
The nightstand is already out of control this month, and it’s making it hard to leave the comforts of bed. A sure sign that fall has arrived!
We can’t remember weeknight cooking before Alison Roman, who has a way with chicken thighs, making Tuesday feel like Saturday, and irresistible titles like Nothing Fancy that say it all. In Aran Goyoaga’s gorgeous new gluten-free cookbook, Cannelle et Vanille, you’ll learn to bake all of the things without fear of inflammation—even if you aren’t GF. Speaking of pastries, meditation guru Adreanna Limbach’s Tea and Cake with Demons is a deep dive into self-worth, rooted in Buddhist principles that make us feel calmer by the page. JVN would surely approve. The Yassss Queen of Queer Eye darling who makes us happy with every heeled bootie strut is getting up close and personal in his tell-all, Over the Top. Sending him virtual hugs for this level of vulnerability. We talk a lot about manifesting that sh*t, but Gabrielle Bernstein is holding us to it in Super Attractor. She had us at do less, attract more. These are the essential methods for manifesting a life beyond your wildest dreams and yes, they include patience. Still stuck? Marie Forleo has your back—and a solution—in Everything is Figureoutable. The coach, cheerleader and BFF in one is impossible to argue with, and why would you want to?