Peace of Mind

Oh, how we wish we could simply hand you peace of mind. So! We’re offering up the next best thing: Pema Chödrön’s Compassion Cards, a beautiful deck to help you live mindfully every day; Pick Me Up, a journal with a pep talk on every page; Sit Like a Buddha, a pocket guide to meditation; and There Are More Beautiful Things Than Beyoncé, a poetry collection as daring as its title. Last but not least, you’ll also get a one month credit for Headspace, the app hailed for making meditation simple and accessible.

To enter, please leave a comment below telling us one thing that helps bring you peace of mind. The winner will be chosen at random on Friday, March 10th. Good luck!


  • City Vape •  February 27, 2022

    Has anyone ever vaped Infused eLiquid Eliquid?

  • Emma •  March 11, 2017

    A really hard spin class. I can’t think about anything else at all!!

  • Anne •  March 10, 2017

    Doing something nice for someone else.

  • Meave •  March 10, 2017

    The first light of day

  • Susan •  March 10, 2017

    reading, running, cooking at home

  • Savannah •  March 10, 2017

    Hatha Yoga

  • Elle •  March 10, 2017

    I can’t wait for Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s new book! Writers like her bring me peace of mind.

  • Maris •  March 10, 2017

    A cup of tea, warm fuzzy blanket and a romance novel

  • Deb •  March 10, 2017

    Oops double entry. Sorry!

    What brings me peace is knowing that there is a bigger force watching over us. We shouldn’t worry about anything. Really. We are well taken care of if we just believe in it.

  • Deb •  March 10, 2017

    Haha! Grace you made me lol!

  • Grace •  March 10, 2017

    cats! or cat videos! cats are the best people in the world 🙂

  • Isabelle •  March 10, 2017

    I like to think that every moment is meant to bring us peace.

  • Emma •  March 10, 2017

    I love waking up slowly in the morning. Then I have a cup of green tea with lemon. Afterwards I sometimes take a bath or do some yoga. When it’s nice out, I eat an apple or hard boiled egg in the garden. Not when it’s windy though. I feel that ruins the mood. Otherwise I would say that is the perfect peaceful moment.

  • Seta •  March 10, 2017

    Pick me! I love books!

  • shantell •  March 10, 2017

    yoga and meditating

  • Nickie •  March 10, 2017

    I love Pema Chödrön!!

  • Alex •  March 10, 2017

    Making sure our voices are heard. Online and in real life.

  • Sarah •  March 10, 2017

    There’s no moment like the now! I enjoy it!

  • Saada •  March 10, 2017


  • Rapha •  March 10, 2017

    When it’s dark, and a little cold out, but warm inside, I like to light a candle and binge watch something like House of Cards on Netflix.

  • michelle b. •  March 10, 2017

    when i need peace of mind i turn my phone off

  • Kelho •  March 10, 2017

    I love my grandpops. I see him once a week and we cook together. He tells the best stories about life and what really matters. He’s 87 and super sharp. I hope I’m like him when I’m old.

  • Eve •  March 10, 2017

    This Headspace subscription you’re giving away.

  • Shai •  March 10, 2017

    Poetry! But I don’t read nearly enough of it… 😉

  • nicole •  March 10, 2017

    moving my body

  • Lune •  March 10, 2017

    oils, lavender

  • Frankie •  March 10, 2017

    Paying my bills on time! 😉 😉

  • Carol •  March 10, 2017

    petting my cat and hearing it purr

  • Paula •  March 10, 2017

    Reading a good book.

  • Nies •  March 10, 2017

    I never thought I would say this…

  • Steve •  March 10, 2017

    There’s nothing better than spending time with my grandsons. They give me hope for the future!

  • Pete •  March 10, 2017

    Does checking my email count??

  • Morgean •  March 10, 2017

    Listening to Nina Simone. She was the best. I love her music so much!

  • Jenelle •  March 10, 2017

    Turning my phone off!

  • Wes •  March 10, 2017

    Reading a great book, duh! 😉

  • Hana •  March 10, 2017

    To be honest, not much these days.

  • Andrea •  March 10, 2017

    sunshine and fresh air!

  • Nina •  March 10, 2017

    a glass of wine

  • Simone •  March 10, 2017

    Having a good long chat with my Bestie. She gives the best advice.

  • Giancarlo •  March 10, 2017

    Crossword puzzles! At least they take my mind off of things and I learn something new.

  • Nar •  March 10, 2017

    I like sitting with my crystals and burning sage

  • Lissy •  March 10, 2017

    Reading about and reading books by awesome women, like Gloria Steinem

  • Jenna •  March 10, 2017

    Rumi said: as you walk on the way, the way appears. I have it printed out on my fridge. It’s a great reminder.

  • Melissa •  March 10, 2017

    Baking something yummy for my daughter!

  • Pat •  March 10, 2017

    Walking on the beach. I’m lucky to live close to one!

  • Marc •  March 10, 2017

    Simple things like a book with a cup of coffee.

  • Eddie •  March 10, 2017

    Yoga and breathing deeply.

  • Paul •  March 10, 2017

    Hiking does the trick for me.

  • Stella •  March 10, 2017

    Stargazing is the best

  • Kahlana •  March 10, 2017

    I have been meditating every day for the last two weeks. I love it.

  • Jesse •  March 10, 2017

    Watching Planet Earth puts things in perspective.

  • Celia •  March 10, 2017


  • Brit •  March 10, 2017

    I journal and try to focus on positive thoughts.

  • Jason •  March 10, 2017

    Talking to my husband after a long day at work

  • Mel •  March 10, 2017

    Contributing to charities that do important work like Planned Parenthood and the ACLU. I don’t live in a big city. Being a member helps me to stay informed and I can support the organizations from afar.

  • Julia •  March 10, 2017

    I have a “mind over matter” tattoo on my arm. It helps me to remember what’s important.

  • Edith •  March 10, 2017

    Reading anything by Maya Angelou

  • Kyla •  March 10, 2017

    Deep breathing and restorative yoga

  • Micky •  March 10, 2017

    My garden! Especially in the Spring.

  • Elana •  March 10, 2017

    Chocolate Chip Brioche. Warm.

  • Sabine •  March 10, 2017

    I’m not kidding you, knitting is the answer

  • Lea •  March 10, 2017

    My book club!!

  • Jess •  March 10, 2017

    Calling my Senator

  • Brett •  March 10, 2017

    Reading travel books.

  • Jazmine •  March 10, 2017

    Cooking at home or having a dinner party with friends!

  • Rebekkah •  March 10, 2017

    Working for change.

  • Thelma •  March 10, 2017

    Planning a weekend getaway with my girls!

  • Nat •  March 10, 2017

    I love making lists. It’s a little lame, I know, but it calms me down 🙂

  • Ben •  March 10, 2017

    Walking my dog

  • Emily P. •  March 10, 2017

    Viola Davis’ speech at the Oscars!!

  • Matthew •  March 10, 2017

    Viewed from space, Earth looks like nothing more than a speck of dust in the Solar System.

  • Jill •  March 10, 2017

    Remembering my wedding day <3

  • Rolf •  March 10, 2017

    Honestly? Carbs. A lot of carbs.

  • Angie •  March 10, 2017

    Spending time reading to my kids!

  • Emily •  March 10, 2017

    Hearing my 7 month old twin boys laugh at each other.

  • Valerie •  March 10, 2017

    Cat snuggles.

  • Vivi •  March 10, 2017

    Knowing that I have a strong support system. They mean everything to me.

  • Momo •  March 10, 2017

    Meditation and yoga. Nothing better to calm a mind at the end of the day!

  • Diana •  March 10, 2017

    Reaching out to my friends for some old-timey inane phone conversation.

  • Alana Benjamin •  March 10, 2017

    Reading in nature. By the sea. By the trees. In the grass. In the sand.

  • Jenae •  March 10, 2017

    The ocean. I always feel so grounded standing there, in front of its vast rhythmic waves.

  • Heather Rowland •  March 10, 2017

    Peace is watching my daughters asleep looking just like each other. I know they come from me and have the best pieces. They are the unstressed out version of me. They are pure joy.

    Also sending a sick friend a song that she can relate to. My best friend is currently going through a lot with her health. I can imagine it feels lonely. I sent her “skin” by Zola Jesus and we started sending lyrics back and forth to each other. It was like communion between sinners.

    Relatablily and unbridled joy.

    Thank you for the rad giveaway and what you do.

  • Betsy •  March 10, 2017

    My sweet rescue dog.

  • Francie •  March 10, 2017

    Walking mindfully

  • Katie •  March 10, 2017

    My little girl is a wild, crazy hellion, but somehow she makes me feel peaceful and happy.

  • Amanda •  March 10, 2017

    Journaling helps me work things out, or at least get them out!

  • Monica Acuna •  March 10, 2017

    A walk along the lake at sunrise.

  • Annalisa •  March 10, 2017

    Nature brings me peace of mind. It only takes a few minutes of feeling the wind, hearing the birds, and appreciating the way green leaves illuminate in sunlight to remind me that I am to part of life on earth. A dichotomy of complexity and simplicty that yet feels so right.

  • Christine •  March 10, 2017

    unplugging from work with a good book and some tea gives me peace of mind.

  • grace •  March 10, 2017

    a warm cup of tea, my rose quartz crystal, and getting lost in a good novel.

  • Annie Land •  March 10, 2017

    Lighting a candle calms me almost instantly! It’s such a simple thing, but the light and flickering affect me big time. I like to read by my candlelight sometimes before bed. The soft transition is super soothing and helps me turn off wandering thoughts.

  • Sana •  March 10, 2017

    A cup of morning tea in silence.

  • Diana •  March 10, 2017

    I am a huge introvert so peace of mind usually comes from getting alone time – swimming, taking a long walk, or reading. Ditching technology is an essential component.

  • Lindsey •  March 10, 2017

    Singing along to the radio brings me peace of mind!

  • Amanda Rodriguez •  March 10, 2017

    I believe people will always be creating, whether it be out of inspiration, out our love, out of pain, and even inspire of something. When things aren’t re awful it gives me peace that beauty can grow out of anything, we can create from anything and that brings both hope and peace of mind.

  • Caitlyn •  March 10, 2017

    Yoga brings me piece of mind! And a cup of tea

  • Bryn •  March 10, 2017

    Love your work!

  • Laura •  March 10, 2017

    Hiding my phone, reading poems by Rupi Kaur, remembering that all things are temporary. Also getting my butt to yoga

  • Claire •  March 10, 2017

    waking up with my dog sleeping on my feet or nestled up against me is the most comforting feeling, it helps ground me and remember to be so thankful for her sweet soul.

  • Melissa •  March 10, 2017

    I enjoy crocheting on my commute home. I find a seat on the train, pop in my headphones, and work on whatever project at the moment. It is meditative and relaxing, and making something beautiful is a joy.

  • Kelly •  March 10, 2017

    lavender baths, always

  • Christina •  March 10, 2017

    When I’m feeling overwhelmed or like a failure, I say to myself out loud, “Be gentle with yourself.” A boss told me that once, and it made such an impact on me.

  • Chiara •  March 10, 2017

    At home restorative yoga and a good palo santo burn 🙂

  • Kelly •  March 10, 2017

    Does a really good Sunday afternoon count as peace of mind?? 😉

  • Becky •  March 10, 2017

    Turning off notifications and taking a bath… With wine. Always wine.

  • Shay •  March 10, 2017

    Knowing that all that I need to accomplish is doable after the work of my brave ancestors and love of my parents.

  • Katharine Scrivener •  March 10, 2017

    Reminding myself to take one moment at a time and to be present helps bring me peace of mind.

  • Carla •  March 10, 2017

    Productive Saturday mornings (groceries, gym, etc) that leave the weekend wide open for relaxing 😉

  • Danielle •  March 10, 2017

    Listening to a good podcast with a latte in hand 🙂

  • Elena •  March 10, 2017

    Driving through the countryside on a sunny day with my favorite songs playing.

  • Nicole •  March 9, 2017

    Laying still with my eyes closed and breathing deeply often brings me peace of mind. Hopefully these books will too!

  • Jessie •  March 8, 2017

    A good, deep-in-your-bones breath.

  • Christine Royer •  March 6, 2017

    Essential oils, especially lavender.

  • Megan •  March 6, 2017

    Feeling connected, whether that’s spending time with my family (especially my cute niece), my dog or going for a walk along a beach or up a hill.

  • Emily •  March 6, 2017

    Sitting in front of the fire in the evening and reading something that isn’t on my phone or computer is a good way to give me peace of mind, and feel like a human as opposed to a news-consumption machine! Also great for that – giving my one and three-year-old kids a bath!

  • Micaela •  March 5, 2017

    Time at home reading, taking a bath, doing yoga, drinking tea or cooking. The most important point being: restorative self-care to face another week.

  • Sadie •  March 5, 2017

    Books and puppies

  • maroussia •  March 4, 2017

    the stillness of dawn, playing my uke and reading a gripping book

  • sarah •  March 4, 2017

    it gives me piece of mind that I have two damn good books coming in the mail!

  • alexis •  March 2, 2017

    the sun coming up every morning. A new day – a new chance

  • Martina •  March 2, 2017

    A really good cup of freshly brewed coffee brings me peace of mind in those hectic days. It might sound shallow, but just sitting there, really enjoying it sip by sip instantly eases me in the most stressful times. I could totally need more awareness and this pack seems to be made for someone who needs to start putting herself on top of her priority list.

  • Marina •  March 2, 2017

    Hug my grandparents!

  • sharon •  March 2, 2017

    sitting in a coffee shop enjoying my coffee with (or without) a book.

  • Julie •  March 1, 2017

    Watering my plants. It makes me slow down and feel calm.

  • Kara •  February 28, 2017

    I would say a long soak in a tub, but since I currently have no tub for the said soak…still trying to figure it out.

  • Shelley •  February 28, 2017


  • Eugenia •  February 28, 2017

    I would say it’s cooking something I really love, but it’s really having finished the meal and washed all the dishes. seeing everything clean and organized gives me (if only for a moment) complete peace of mind

  • raphaëlle •  February 28, 2017

    reading, and listening to good calming music…

  • Kaitlin Robson •  February 28, 2017

    A long bath and methodically lighting candles around my house always bring me peace of mind, no matter the mood. But Headspace is also my go-to (although I’m using my boyfriend’s log-in details. Woops.)

  • Jo •  February 27, 2017

    Needlepoint crafts are a great way to work through frustration. There’s something so cathartic about stabbing with a needle 30billion times and then having created awesome art for your space!

  • Lindsay •  February 27, 2017

    Running is pretty much the only thing that helps bring me peace of mind 🙂

  • shaan •  February 27, 2017

    Reading and drinking tea on my couch on a Sunday afternoon with leftovers waiting for me in the fridge for dinner.

  • Rinette •  February 27, 2017

    I always feel more calm when I am with my dogs … they make me forget about all the stuff that makes me anxious!

  • Lexie •  February 26, 2017

    Walking home from work, sometimes in the rain.

  • Anne •  February 26, 2017

    Sitting down with my dog on my lap and petting and snuggling him brings me peace of mind and makes me feel calm.

  • Alison •  February 25, 2017

    Going for a long run, always.

  • Katie •  February 25, 2017

    Yoga, writing, and reading all help me keep calm and bring me peace of mind.

  • Justine •  February 25, 2017

    Running, reading, and small dogs.

  • Barbara Sueko •  February 25, 2017

    Pena Chodron! I had the same reaction to When Things Fall Apart — I never mark books or dog ear pages and I found myself doing both.

  • Mara •  February 25, 2017

    Looking through old photos, particularly from our travels as a family, reminds me how fortunate we are when I’m feeling stressed about the small stuff.

  • Ena •  February 24, 2017

    A good night of sleep!

  • Erica •  February 24, 2017

    Snowboarding with my Dad. Definitely.

  • Elizabeth Williams •  February 24, 2017

    Walking my dog. I love the fresh air, moving my body, seeing him get excited to be out and about, and having strangers on the sidewalk comment on his fluff.

  • Kristin •  February 24, 2017

    Baking quick breads. There’s something comforting in, however dark or overwhelming things may be, dry ingredients + wet ones will make something delicious toasted with butter.

  • Rebecca •  February 24, 2017

    One thing that brings me peace of mind is being out in nature and connecting to the beautiful wilderness that we are surrounded by.

  • Brenna •  February 24, 2017

    Running gives me peace of mind. Each Sunday is “long run day,” a time of the week to go out ten to thirteen miles and absorb everything good that was accomplished during the week, as well as reflect on anything that went wrong. It is the perfect way to end a chapter, and to start a new one.

  • Alicja •  February 24, 2017

    Playing with my dogs helps to ground me and bring me peace of mind.

  • CS •  February 24, 2017

    reading 🙂

  • Dionne •  February 24, 2017

    I Love eyelevel! Love reading about what other people are reading.

  • Lindsay •  February 24, 2017

    Making lists whenever anxiety kicks up… it makes everything more manageable. Not to mention how good it feels to cross things off!

  • Nicole •  February 23, 2017

    Whenever I need peace of mind, I simply put on my New Balances and head outside for a walk. I find myself able to breathe and calm myself from thoughts that have clouded my brain all day, when I’m out in nature where I’m breathing fresh clean air, with a brilliantly bright sky above me and trees that seem to emit positive thoughts my way. Being in nature, I find, is the best antidote to all my worries and stresses.

  • Nikki •  February 23, 2017

    Honestly, I find peace of mind just by setting my phone down, lying down on the couch, and watching silly teen shows I missed growing up (right now it’s one tree hill). In those 45 minutes, I’m not thinking about work, or how I’m gonna pay the bills, or how my husband and I have struggled since moving away from our families. I’m watching someone else’s drama unfold on the screen and I love it.

  • Quinn •  February 23, 2017

    Going for a nice long walk, stepping away from my phone, spending time with a friend, and a good bubble bath always do the trick!

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  • Julie Doherty •  February 23, 2017

    The roots of my anxiety are always small, but by some twisted maleficent ways my brain turn them into forests of panic. What brings me peace of mind is Bill Murray. It must sound silly for most, but his character and nonchalance remind me to not take life too seriously. His joy and humor remind me that everything will be alright. My problems are not that big, and peace lays in the little things.

  • janelle donahue •  February 23, 2017

    i have sought out many things that bring peace since my dad died: a bath, a walk, making myself smile, power yoga, lavender essential oil, and sometimes vanderpump rules 🙂

  • Hayley •  February 23, 2017

    Staring at the sea

  • Robin Sterling •  February 23, 2017

    Reading! I read every night before bed because it settles my mind.

  • Colleen •  February 23, 2017

    Just taking a moment to close my eyes and tell myself that everything will be okay.

  • Samantha •  February 23, 2017

    Finding time every single day for 1) yoga and 2) sitting down with some good fiction and a cup of tea.

  • Emma •  February 23, 2017

    Taking a long, meandering bike ride through the city.

  • Anneka •  February 23, 2017

    Run with my dog around Prospect park

  • Arielle •  February 23, 2017

    i recently moved from the Canadian prairies to Vancouver, so walking near the ocean is my peace. Living near water is entirely new to me and it reminds me how lucky i am to live in such a beautiful country!

  • Pin •  February 23, 2017

    Lately, I’ve been watching Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey with Neil deGrasse Tyson. It’s inspirational, definitely, but it also gives me perspective on whatever issue I’m having.

  • Amy •  February 23, 2017

    A giant mug of tea, a great book, and a fuzzy TARDIS blanket.

  • Megan •  February 23, 2017

    Turning off my computer and getting out in nature.

  • Vanessa •  February 23, 2017

    Going for a swim in an empty pool, and while going through the strokes, I let the events of my day sift through my mind and through the rest of my body without any attempt to control or organise them. It makes me feel that all the negatives flow out of my limbs into the water.

  • lauren •  February 23, 2017

    yoga calms my mind. even in nyc.

  • Amanda •  February 23, 2017

    To find peace of mind, I need to be outside in the fresh air and sun shine.

  • elizabeth •  February 23, 2017

    I’ve carried this quote in the front of my diary since a dear friend gave it to me at 14.
    It never fails to touch my soul and still my heart, just for a moment.

    “When you begin to touch your heart or let your heart be touched, you begin to discover that it’s bottomless, that it doesn’t have any resolution, that this heart is huge, vast, and limitless. You begin to discover how much warmth and gentleness is there, as well as how much space.”
    – Pema Chodron

  • Kira •  February 23, 2017

    A good vinyasa yoga class!

  • Natalie •  February 23, 2017


  • Angela •  February 23, 2017

    I recently rediscovered yoga. I finally understand it as a way to connect with my spirituality, instead of just a form of physical exercise.

  • Stef •  February 23, 2017

    Yoga, breathing, and snuggling with my dog, Ava, under the covers. I couldn’t pick just one (ok, I pick snuggling with my dog)

  • Una •  February 23, 2017

    [5:30 am + coffee + current book]
    No matter the crap-shoot that is the rest of my day in an accelerated graduate program, that time is mine and it restores and orients me for the rest of the day.

    Side note: Eye Level is my favorite thing about 2017.

  • charlie •  February 22, 2017

    A long run, without timing it.

  • Stephanie •  February 22, 2017

    Pick me please! I need to know what’s more beautiful than Beyoncé!!

  • Jessica •  February 22, 2017

    Every morning I read an excerpt from Peace is Every Step by Tich Nhat Hanh and go for a 30 minute run with my dog. Well, sometimes the run waits until evening! We are all human here!

  • Whitney •  February 22, 2017


  • Caroline •  February 22, 2017

    A walk outside

  • Maria •  February 22, 2017

    yoga or any kind of workout, really

  • Drew Broussard •  February 22, 2017

    the ritual of making tea in the morning. it’s not just about drinking it and being calmed/getting the caffeine kick – it’s about boiling the water, measuring the leaves, choosing your mug, letting it steep, then sitting down and letting yourself just luxuriate in it.

  • Lacey •  February 22, 2017

    Over the last few months I’ve been learning to be aware of my thoughts without engaging, just simply letting them be. It really helps calm me down.

  • Jo •  February 22, 2017

    I love this! Also, I was so dang excited when I saw your newsletter for the second issue pop up in my inbox. Thank you, thank you, thank you for the work you guys are doing. And one thing bringing me peace of mind: cooking. Taking time to be in the kitchen, and make something new!

  • KD •  February 22, 2017

    A long walk.

  • Quinn •  February 22, 2017

    What gives me a peace of mind is writing out whatever is bothering me- even if it’s immature and temporary. This allows me to have my moment without anyone saying “well don’t you think you’re being a little…” and I can move on with my day.

  • Lindsey •  February 22, 2017

    Show me a picture of a dog, and I’ll show you a smile. No matter what mood I’m in, picturing dogs always calms me and makes me feel better!

  • Madison •  February 22, 2017

    Setting aside time to read, especially before bed, gives me peace of mind. Also, drinking a nice hot cup of fruity tea is very relaxing.

  • Sarah Mcdonald •  February 22, 2017

    Yoga. Reading. Sleep.

  • holly •  February 22, 2017

    Immersing my mind in whichever book is currently on my nightstand (or more accurately whichever of the many dozens of books currently on my nightstand) then finding that my current read, “When Things Fall Apart,” gifted to me by my husband after his professor recommended it to his class, is what Caroline is also currently reading/recommending. #LifeMade

  • Rachel •  February 22, 2017

    Feeling of security

  • Ainsley •  February 22, 2017

    I had a bad falling out with my oldest friend the morning after the E.O. restricting immigration came out. I felt like everything was falling apartment. But that afternoon I went to the Thai restaurant that was my go to in college and ran errands at the shopping center I’ve been shopping at for ages. And just doing those normal, kind of boring, routine things reminded me that things would be ok. It was surprising to find piece of mind in rituals I’d never thought twice about before. So I’m going to try to remember that going forward – next time my world is upside down, I’ll run the same route I’ve done a hundred times, or re-read a book.

  • Katie •  February 22, 2017

    When I think about my career and how I’m doing something I actually have a passion for and studied for (classical music), it gives me peace.

  • libby •  February 22, 2017

    Wine. Is that bad?

  • Mary Ketch •  February 22, 2017

    hiking into the woods without my cell phone-

  • Christina Rosado •  February 22, 2017

    I think to myself, “even happy people get hit by trucks” – when stalking an ex or ex’s new girlfriends insta and they look soooo happy. *embarrassed face*

  • emily •  February 22, 2017

    honestly, eating tacos gives me peace of mind. Also playing with little kids or puppies.

  • Anne •  February 22, 2017

    My weekly ritual of fresh flowers + an almond croissant on Saturdays, started when I was broke and living in a tiny Paris hovel. (Ironically, it was cheaper in Paris.) And also! Universality. Comfort derived from the knowledge that my struggles are actually pretty mundane.

  • Andrea •  February 22, 2017

    Writing and sending snail mail! Truly, the best.

  • Michael •  February 21, 2017

    Um, it might be obvious but nothing brings me peace of mind like a good book!

  • Jenny •  February 21, 2017

    Yoga & meditation bring me peace of mind. The compassion cards sound awesome!

  • Marissa •  February 21, 2017

    A large cup of coffee and sunshine.

  • Hannah •  February 21, 2017

    Okay, so at the risk of, as the Australians say “pissing in your pocket” (here is an explanation – ) what gives me peace of mind is discovering this magazine, space and project which seems to celebrate all that I adore in the world – books, authors and sass! I can’t tell you how reassuring it is. Thank goodness. *sigh of relief*

  • khyrieoi •  February 21, 2017

    E ‘interessante. Non dirmi dove posso trovare maggiori informazioni su questo argomento?