Jessi Klein is so much fun. She took me on a tour of her neighborhood in LA after we recorded this podcast and her honesty and humor is so great to be around. She is just like you and me but with that extra little something that makes her a wonderful TV writer and a New York Times best selling author. In her book, You’ll Grow Out of It she manages to be real, unapologetic and hilarious. I hope you’ll love the conversation we had over a glass of wine in one of her favorite spots in LA, Little Dom’s.
In my infinite quest to find motivation to exercise, one day I decided to try Woom Center.
I really like what’s happening with yoga studios in New York right now. They’re opening all over the place, with lots of different concepts, and each one is even cleaner, more organized, and more beautiful than the last. The days of poorly lit studios that smell like old socks are gone – now it’s big windows, clean mats for everyone, delicious smelling candles, and even the accessories are beautiful and perfectly maintained.
Morning: In the morning, I use the Shangpree S-Energy Facial Mousse Cleanser because it is gentle and can be used on sensitive skin. After, I pat on the Be The Skin Botanical Pore Toner to freshen up and then the Cremorlab Mineral Treatment Essence. I use Mizon Mela Defense White Capsule Essence for overall revitalization and the Mizon Snail Repair Ampoule for extra hydration. Then, I apply the Mizon Snail Repair Perfect Cream for even more moisture. I buy all these products from a site called Peach and Lily which carries Korean beauty brands, many of which have natural ingredients. I’m quite minimal with makeup and just use the IOPE Air Cushion Sunblock XP for sun protection and a small amount of coverage. For body lotion, I like the Cold Spring Apothecary Patchouli and Gardenia Body Lotion because it has all natural ingredients and is very hydrating. I occasionally use Amika Leave-in Cream for my hair while it’s growing out.