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Monthly Resource Roundup: November

TRILUNA Published on November 07, 2022

We are both obsessed with learning and we love audiobooks, podcasts, and documentaries. It informs our growth, keeps us inspired, and makes sure we are integrating perspectives outside our own. We are not suggesting you listen to or read everything on this list, but we thought you might want to see a peek behind the curtain. We'll include different categories, mediums, and topics. We want to hear your thoughts, feedback, and recommendations as well! Without further ado, here is November:


Next Level Leaders Podcast: Developing Different Streams of Income (Ashley's Pick)

Maintenance Phase: The Daily Harvest Food Poisoning Scandal (Elizabeth's Pick)

If Books Could Kill: Freakonomics (Elizabeth's Pick)

The Potter’s Touch: Playing Catch up with your Dreams (Ashley's Pick)


Can't Even: How Millennials Became The Burnout Generation by Anne Helen Peterson (Elizabeth's pick)

American Detox: The Myth of Wellness and How We Can Truly Heal by Kerri Kelly  (Author), Rev. angel Kyodo Williams (Foreword)


Super Pumped: The Battle of Uber (Ashley's Pick)The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley (Ashley + Elizabeth's Pick)


Body Image - "I (Elizabeth) have been experiencing some pretty intense mental health issues around body dysmorphia lately. I'm getting married in January, which means lots of pictures, lots of fittings, and lots of attention on my body. It feels like a regression which is frustrating but through therapy and some self-work, I'm making progress again. Slowly. During the time I worked with Nashville Nutrition Partners (highly recommend, you don't even have to be in Nashville) my nutritionist recommended this worksheet from Marci RD Nutrition. I have found it both validating and helpful."

We also posted an IG story about the anti-fat bias showing up in Taylor Swift's new music video and, wow, it caused a reaction! View the full story here.

Health Anxiety - "I (again Elizabeth) haven't talked about this a ton yet but a few months ago I started therapy for OCD. I had MANY misconceptions about what OCD is, as most people do, and so I missed it. My therapist told me that it takes, on average, 15 years to get an OCD diagnosis because it's so widely misunderstood even in the therapy community––as an example, I started (and ended) with a new therapist this week who made a joke about how it was odd that I couldn't find my laptop charger since I had OCD (not at ALL what OCD is about). One particular way OCD shows up for me is health anxiety or hypochondria. We make a lot of jokes about this as a culture but it can actually be really intense and terrifying. If this sounds like something you struggle with or want to learn more about this video is great. If you want to learn more about OCD start with this carousel from The OCD Project or visit OCD Nashville."

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