The Cleanest Line
The Cleanest Line, the official blog of Patagonia, focuses on outdoor sports and gear, environmental activism, corporate social responsibility, and more. Its goal is to further Patagonia’s mission by encouraging dialogue about issues it cares about.
Jessamyn Stanley is a yoga teacher, body positivity advocate, and speaker based in Durham, North Carolina. Her classes — for all bodies, abilities, and levels — provide a body positive approach to the practice.
At Hyperallergic, you’ll find serious, playful, and radical thinking about art in the world today.
Brightly, a site in partnership with Penguin Random House, helps parents grow lifelong readers. Find books for kids, reading strategies, age-specific book lists, exclusive author content, and more.
Distributed is a podcast from Matt Mullenweg, CEO of Automattic, the parent company of WordPress.com. The podcast focuses on the story of distributed work, at Automattic and across other companies who are pioneering the future of work.Reading in the Age of Constant Distraction
“What I do when I look at Twitter is less akin to reading a book than to the encounter I have with a recipe’s instructions or the fine print of a receipt: I’m taking in information, not enlightenment.” Mairead Small Staid explores the work of Sven Birkerts and reading in our digital age.MOLD
From cellular agriculture to 3D food printing, entomophagy to beautifully designed tableware (and why it makes your meal taste better), MOLD spotlights the ideas that will revolutionize how we produce, prepare and eat food in the years to come.
The Bikepacking Journal
“Let our group of passionate contributors transport you to incredible dirt roads and trails in nearly every corner of the world.” The Bikepacking Journal is a collection of writing and photography from the team at Bikepacking.com.Land of fire and ice
“We knew 5 days would be a short time to explore the unreal landscapes Iceland had to offer, but any and every second spent on that magical land is bliss.” At Mute Life, Filipe Varela shares stunning images from Iceland.Adventurous Kate
In 2010, Kate McCulley quit her job to travel in Southeast Asia for six months. Six months turned into seven years across 77 countries and seven continents. Her blog, Adventurous Kate, focuses on solo female travel.