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MObama Arm Lifts, Drew Barrymore’s New Hue, And More

The latest statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons show there’s been a significant increase in upper-armlifts and many patients cite FLOTUS’ arms as their goal result. [The Cut]
Food52 launches a whole new kind of home-and-kitchen shop called Provisions. Sign up now for a sneak peek. [Food52]
Rihanna’s hairstylist sits down with The Cut and dishes on how she got her start, RiRi’s ever-changing look, and more. [The Cut]
Drew Barrymore is back to blonde proving she can rock any hair color. [BellaSugar]
The six things you should be know before eating your next bowl of granola. [Well + Good NYC]
Marissa Mayer, Yahoo!’s CEO, has revamped the company’s maternity leave policy to give each parent eight weeks of paid  leave. [CNN Money]
Having trouble putting the ice cream away? Check out the HAPIfork, an eating utensil that vibrates when you’ve had enough. [SheFinds]


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MObama Arm Lifts, Drew Barrymore’s New Hue, And More

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Life Advice From the Creator of the Best Granola in the World: Well-Balanced


I take breakfast very seriously. It sets the tone for my entire day, which is why I try to kick things off with something that is wholesome but also exciting. (No flabby bagels or green bananas here.) One of my favorite breakfasts is granola, and over the years I’ve made it my business to sample all the options on the market. For a long time, my gold standard was Early Bird Granola. While I’m still a diehard Early Bird fan, I’ve been alternating with Purely Elizabeth’s Ancient Grain Granola. The sweet, crisp mix is made with powerhouse ingredients like chia seeds, coconut oil, and quinoa. I love it with yogurt, almond milk, by itself, and even on ice cream—yes, it’s that good. 

In addition to making magical granola, Purely Elizabeth is a pretty impressive company. Their CEO and founder, Elizabeth Stein, launched the business almost by accident in 2009 when she created healthy blueberry muffins to hand out at a triathalon (learn more about Stein in this month’s Birchbox Crush feature). I asked Stein to weigh in on this month’s theme of “Tiny Tweaks, Big Results.” Click through for her best advice.

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