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Even after six decades in the spotlight, Tina Turner has no plans to slow down. Next on the legendary singer-songwriter’s agenda: the release of her third book, Happiness Becomes You: A Guide to Changing Your Life for Good, out December 1. The inspirational handbook draws from Turner’s own resilient journey and the invaluable lessons she’s learned from Buddhism. Here, Turner and her longtime friend and yoga instructor, Regula Curti, share what keeps the performer feeling rooted on the daily.
The Imagine Project by Herbie Hancock
“This soothing collection, which is great music to unwind with, features Chaka Khan, Pink, Juanes, and John Legend together with artists from across Africa, Europe, and India, highlighting the theme of peace.”
Buddhism Day by Day: Wisdom for Modern Life by Daisaku Ikeda
“This little gem of a book offers up a daily uplifting or thought-provoking dose of Eastern wisdom, ranging from the beginning of Buddhist thought 2,500 years ago to today. It offers a boost of timeless encouragement for the modern day.”
t.s. pink Handmade SoapRocks
“These handcrafted soaps from Oneonta, New York, are refreshing and gorgeous and almost too pretty to use! Each piece resembles a semiprecious stone from Mother Nature’s treasure trove.”
Elephant, a Disneynature documentary
“The majestic, emotional, and intelligent elephants of Africa face severe challenges from habitat loss and poaching by humans. The Disney+ documentary beautifully depicts that struggle and benefits the Elephants Without Borders team, which works to mitigate these problems, protect elephant families, and rescue orphaned calves so that our world’s beloved elephant population will survive into the future.”
Manduka eKO 5mm Yoga Mat
“It’s made from responsibly sourced, all-natural rubber and comes in beautiful, nature-inspired colors. With a purchase, you can opt to send your old mat (any brand) to Manduka for recycling.”
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