On My Radar

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I still can’t believe it’s already Friday. This week (this year) has already started flying by. It’s been a pretty hectic week, not at work, but in the other parts of my life. I’m getting back in to my running routine after a long hiatus, taking a few fun night classes at Stanford, and really trying to work on myself and where I want to go/do this year.

Here’s what’s been on my radar this week:

ONE // ‘A 10 isn’t enough’

Katelyn Ohashi did it again. Her recent floor routine earned her a PERFECT 10 score. And so many people are saying that 10 isn’t even high enough. I have no knowledge about gymnastics but there’s no question that she is having a blast as she sticks every single part. (I actually featured Katelyn’s gymnastics journey last summer and it’s worth revisiting if you’re unfamiliar with her story! Makes this routine that much more meaningful!)

TWO // KonMari Your Career

Marie Kondo is  transforming lives everywhere and she has set the world on a mission to get their spaces in order. So why not take her home tidying methods and apply them to work?

THREE // Gillette’s “We Believe: The Best Men Can Be” Ad

Gillette has been bombarded with both praise and abuse after launching there new ad campaign promoting a new kind of positive masculinity and engaging with the #MeToo movement. I all honestyI thought the ad was beautiful and so well done.

FOUR // X-Ability

This is an extra heartwarming story of a mom who designed a special coat for her daughter. The bodycoats are designed for children and adults in wheelchairs. She invented the coat when her daughter was having to miss out on recess and found a solution that so many people can benefit from. I also love the name– the logo is disability with the “dis” xed out to focus on the ability.

FIVE // Netflix’s New Ted Bundy Docuseries

This is the perfect way for all you true crime fans to kick off the new year. Netflix is feeding the true crime appetite of its viewers with its new Ted Bundy documentary series. I am horrified by a lot of the things he’s done but I am so excited to watch this documentary.