Renewal Reading, Volume 6

Renwal Reading, Volume 6

Another week has come and gone, so you know what that means. We’ve rounded up our favorite finds from around the web this week, all pieces that meet our intention to provide content that helps you breathe easier as you strive to reach your summit. Here we go:

Day Designer Letting go of the things we can't control

Source: Day Designer


You know what could be a refreshing intention for this new season? Letting go of the things we can’t control. This blog post by Day Designer could be the first step.

If you’ve been feeling drained by negativity lately, this advice on powerful ways to practice self-love in trying times is a game changer.

Jordan Younger The Balanced Blonde

Source: The Balanced Blonde


Time to pull out your tea kettle. Mindbodygreen tried all the teas known to help with anxiety and rounded up the ones that actually work.

When it comes to fitness, what does it mean to move intuitively? Jordan Younger from The Balanced Blonde explained it in three simple steps.

Create & Cultivate an exclusive look inside Kendra Scott Headquarters

Style & Beauty

The creative genius behind some of our favorite jewelry, Kendra Scott, gave Create & Cultivate an exclusive look inside Kendra Scott headquarters and it left us asking, can #girlbossgoals be a thing?

J.Crew’s Jenna Lyons announced this week that she’s leaving the brand after 26 years. Thankfully, Man Repeller collected some of her best looks so we can honor her in the method she’d likely appreciate most: outfit inspiration.

Hannah Payne 13 Reasons Why

Source: The Daily Bruin


Last weekend, 13 Reasons Why premiered on Netflix. One of the rockstar cast members is a former Spire & Co team member, Hannah Payne (check out her blog here!). Her college–UCLA–spotlighted her in their newspaper, The Daily Bruin, and we are over here waving our “You go girl!” flag.

This past Tuesday was Equal Pay Day, and just in case you didn’t soak up enough inspiration to ask for what you deserve, MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle–who keynoted two of our conferences in past years–wrote a piece for Moneyish that’s sure to encourage you to focus on your financial independence.


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Emily Raleigh

Emily is the Founder of Spire & Co. Since starting the brand in high school, she has spearheaded business development, community development, and marketing. Emily is a recent graduate of Fordham University, where she studied marketing, communications & media management, and digital design. When not working on Spire & Co, Emily can be found sailing, reading, exploring New York City, or on a bike–either finding her SOUL at SoulCycle or riding her rusty beach bike at her home on the Jersey Shore.

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