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Welcome to The Good Guide, a Modern Guide to Living Well

by The Good Guide August 30, 2017
ReadWelcome to The Good Guide, a Modern Guide to Living Well

Hi there,

 

If you’ve been following us at AHAlife for a while, you’ve probably noticed that we’re a chatty bunch, excited to talk to you about any and all things lifestyle from skincare to home decor. Months ago, we realized that sending a newsletter wasn’t enough—we needed a more permanent, lively space that would allow us to talk about everything we love in more depth. So The Good Guide was born.

 

We created The Good Guide as a modern guide to living well—a gathering place for our savvy community (that’s you!) to learn about and discuss everything that makes life a little more joyful. We believe in testing and trying everything, in obsessively doing our research to give you up-to-date info, in never recommending products to you that we wouldn’t use ourselves, and in being open-minded, curious, and inclusive, always. Think of us as your friendly resource for living your best, most vibrant life.

 

Not sure where to start? We’ve launched a series on the night rituals of inspiring women, starting with Elle Macpherson (yup, the very one). We also love this guide to bringing crystals into your life, featuring Gia Bahm of Unearthen.

 

Do you have feedback or suggestions? (Or just wanna say hey?) Feel free to email us at editorial@ahalife.com or leave a comment below. We promise we read every thing that comes our way.

 

Sincerely,

The AHAlife (and The Good Guide!) Team

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