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Sunday Paper Recommends—More Favorites from the Archives

Sunday Paper Recommends—More Favorites from the Archives

By The Sunday Paper Team
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At The Sunday Paper, we often discover books, podcasts, films, and other works that move the needle and spark inspiring change. As we continue to revel in taking a slight pause this August, we've rounded up more our favorite suggestions from past issues. We hope these open your heart and mind and encourage you to come together for meaningful conversations.

What We're (Re)Watching

If we were to name one documentary that completely captivated our souls this year, it is Michael J. Fox's Still. And for laughs? Jury Duty still—and always will—take the cake. (How did they pull that off?)

What We're (Re)Listening To

Every time we listen to Amina AlTai's encouraging and clarifying podcast Amina Change Your Life we feel more empowered and stronger in our work. Similarly, award-winning psychologist Dacher Keltner offers helpful tips for more gratitude and awe in The Science of Happiness.

What We're (Re)Reading

Kate Bowler and Jessica Richie's The Lives We Actually Have is a poetic salve for the soul. And when you're ready to dive into your creative live, pick up Julia Cameron's The Artist's Way. It's never ever too late.

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