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It's 420; Here's where we'd rather be...

It's 420; Here's where we'd rather be...

Session Goods
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It's 420, and we'd rather be kicking our feet back in this beautiful Parisian bathtub, indulging in our favorite relaxation products.  Designed by Fabrizio Casiraghi, check out the full post on our Instagram for more interior photos.

We welcome you to the first week in February. This week's roundup covers iconic modern designer Ray Eames, The Trader Joes Awards, and Skate Pakistan. Plus, we'll give you the opportunity to win an NYC Valentine's dinner. 

So without further ado, we have our weekly inspiration for you to spark your afternoon daydreams.

Win tickets to an infused Valentine's dinner.

WeedFeast a Valentine's Dinner Giveaway

We invite you to be our guests at Nowon, in NYC (East Village), for WeedFeast by WeedFeed. You and a +1 will enjoy a 7-course cannabis-infused meal with Korean beverage pairings and a sick Gift Bag.

Impress your date, or go with a friend and get silly.

All are welcome. 

Enter to Win Here or Purchase tickets directly with WeedFeed

Worth watching

This short documentary follows a group spreading the word of "Skate Pakistan." Produced by the Salad Days of Skateboarding, a US-based nonprofit that supports developing and underserved skateboarding communities worldwide.  Learn more on their website.

Snack on this

Trader Joe's Annual Customer Choice Awards

Trader Joe's has long been the plug for great snacks, so it's easy to see why thousands of people voted in their 13th Annual Customer Choice Awards. The snacks have been eaten, the ballots have been counted, and the winners have been announced.

Did your favorite snack make the cut? 

See the complete list of winners here.

How to Focus 

Ray's Hands Exhibition

Love them or hate them, you cannot deny the impact that Charles and Ray Eams have had on modern design. This online exhibit looks specifically at the contributions of Ray Eames, her talents, and the gender roles she fought against.

View the collection "Ray's Hand" 

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