Location: New York City
Astrological Sign: Pisces
Book that changed your life: Wasted by Marya Hornbacher and Carry on, Warrior by Glennon Doyle
Podcast you can’t stop listening to: I love SuperSoul Conversations with Oprah, Next Question with Katie Couric, the goop podcast, Ageless with Cynthia Rowley and Kit Keenan, and Unlocking Us with Brené Brown.
Beauty product (or treatment) that changed your skin: Facials at Knockout Beauty or Rescue Spa, both in New York City.
Instagram account you love to follow: @heatherkmcmahan, Katie Couric, Diane Keaton, Busy Philipps, @manicpixiememequeen, @tanksgoodnews and Martha Stewart.
This is a strong statement, but we stand by it: Christina Grasso, aka @thepouf, has some of the best content on Instagram. Her signature luxurious self-care shots, inspirational quotes written in red lipstick on mirrors, and aesthetic still lifes always inspire us to take a moment to unwind and care for ourselves (and restock our face mask stash).
Not only has she openly shared her personal struggle with an eating disorder, Grasso has spent the last three years creating The Chain, a nonprofit organization designed to support women working in the fashion and entertainment industries who are struggling with or recovering from an eating disorder. Her social media presence, nonprofit work, and the conversation we got to have with her are all welcome reminders to us all to be more honest, unapologetic, and forgiving to ourselves in this increasingly image-based environment we call society.