Sunday Paper Recommends—Week of March 19, 2023
At The Sunday Paper, we want to inspire you to gather at your table—virtually or with friends and family—and open your heart and mind to conversations that will move the needle. After all, the dinner table is where we connect on topics and map out the changes we can all make that’ll truly make an impact.
This week, to encourage your conversations, we recommend checking out the following:
What We're Reading
Get to know the real Paris Hilton from Paris: The Memoir! In the book, Hilton candidly shared why she leaned into pop culture and her journey to figuring out who she actually is. Through sharing her own experience, Hilton hopes to empower women to be fearless and raise awareness about the troubled-teen industry.
New York Times bestselling author of Dear Edward Ann Napolitano just released her new book Hello Beautiful! William Waters grew up in a family without love, and everything changed when he met Julia Padavano and her three sisters. Julia grew up in a loving, inseparable family. Can love fix a broken person? Get your copy and find out their story here.
What We're Listening To
Former marketing company CEO Steven Bartlett started The Diary OF A CEO podcast to unpack success and provide the knowledge you need for designing the life you want. In this episode, Bartlett interviews unshakeable optimist Simon Sinek about rethinking self-help and relationships. Simon Sinek was also featured in Maria’s Radically Reframing Relationships Summit. Watch a highlight from it here.
What We're Watching
Two-time Emmy-winning comedy series Ted Lasso is back with season 3! How will Ted Lasso, a football coach leading a British soccer team, use his optimism to overcome challenges on and off the pitch? You can watch the trailer below.