Sunday Paper Recommends—Week of October 23, 2022
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:
Sunday Paper family member and New York Times bestselling author Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt has released her new children's book Good Night, Sister! The book celebrates the power, tenderness, and beauty of sisterhood. It's a story that offers young readers, as well as those of all ages, inspiring wisdom and a look at sibling bonds.
You can pre-order Good Night, Sister, here.
What We're Listening To:
On his podcast Huberman Lab, Stanford Professor Andrew Huberman covers the latest physical and mental health lessons, from enhancing your neural plasticity to bettering your eating habits, and more. Huberman has a way of making science digestible and applicable. Each episode also has detailed timestamps that will help you navigate your needs.
What We're Watching:
In 2015, a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Nepal changed countless lives forever. In the documentary Aftershock: Everest and the Nepal Earthquake, survivors recall their journeys as they faced this catastrophic natural disaster. It's a riveting watch that challenges our relationship with nature.