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If you've been reading this blog for more than five minutes (shout out to mom, grams, and Jonathan Taylor Thomas), you'll know that I have exquisite taste in film. Nearly every life circumstance can be aligned with a classic movie scene – those profound scenes that stand over decades of filmographic detritus with the grace of Scarlett O'Hara, the charm of Cary Grant, and the staunchness of Katharine Hepburn. Observe:
Now you understand precisely what I felt like when I saw this in my mailbox yesterday:
I mean, DO YOU KNOW HOW LONG IT'S BEEN SINCE WE'VE GOTTEN A 20% OFF COUPON AT BED BATH & BEYOND?!
Just kidding. The item of phonebook-like importance that came yesterday was our issue of Paleo Magazine. And while my neighbors trimmed their trees and mowed their lawns, I proudly – and by proudly I mean publicly, and in my bathrobe – did the Navin Johnson. (Reference: Above video.)
You see, I'm a columnist for this (awesome) (ridiculously awesome) (did I mention awesome?) new mag. I have a passion for crap-free body care and finding ways to reduce my dependence on that bank-account-sucking-cosmetics-vortex that is Walgreens while still remaining “ridiculously good looking,” and the publisher is allowing me a print platform for my beauty misadventures.
(PS…a Cave Girl Eats shirt to the first person to identify the Pop-out movie quote in the above paragraph.)
Since this is the first magazine dedicated to the Paleo/Primal/Real Foods lifestyle, I had no idea what to expect. I knew it would be amazing, but I had no idea just how incredible.
Without giving away the farm, I'll let you in on a bit of the sweetness. This mag features some serious Paleo/Primal luminaries like Sarah Fragoso of Everyday Paleo, Bill & Hayley of Primal Palate, and Amy Kubal of…well…everything nutrition-related. But it goes above & beyond by featuring summaries of pertinent scientific studies, food sourcing knowledge (did YOU know about the Factory Farm Map?), recipes, and natural-movement fitness ideas from Erwan Le Corre of MovNat and David Csonka of Naturally Engineered.
I know, I sound like a paid sponsor. But truly, I was pretty mum about my contribution to the mag until now. I wanted to really soak in the finished product before I lauded its killer content. And I'm just so dang excited that we Primal/Paleo folks have a publication to call our own. I can finally cancel my subscription to my other lifestyle mag, Art Doll Quarterly.
So if you're game, let me know what type of beauty and body-care stuff you'd like to see. What would you like to know more about? I've got lots in the lineup – everything from head-to-toe homemade concoctions to the coolest (and most obscure) ways to keep your home, clothes and dishes clean. I can't wait for the next issue!
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