The goals gave us all the goose bumps, but hearing the crowd chant “equal pay” at the close of the World Cup Final? Oh hell yeah. Major moment. We saw so many great articles come out during and after the Women’s World Cup. Check out a couple of our favorites below. Hats off to these badass ladies who inspire us both with their strength and femininity!
A friend (actually, our Wild Rye fit model!) made this for the first time at a Friendsgivemas, and it became an instant classic. Brilliant trick: add pomegranate arils or raspberries for color and a little tangy sweet or rotisserie chicken to make it an easy full-on meal. Your friends and family will be asking for the recipe, we guarantee it. It’s worth the chopping, we promise!
Pro tip: Use your VitaMix (or food processor) in “pulse” mode to speed up the brussel sprout shredding.
I’m no stranger to loss, especially in the last couple of years. It can be awkward, clunky and downright devastating...and it’s often difficult to know what to say. In this candid, sweet, funny and oh-so poignant TED Talk, Nora talks about her own journey through grief and how she’s helped others—on either side—move forward, not move on.
“After months of prep and planning, hundreds of hours reviewing nearly 100 amazing stories, and testing out tons of killer gear, the wait is finally over. Title Nine is beyond stoked to announce the nine finalists for our second annual T9 Movers & Makers Pitchfest.” - Title Nine
We’re honored to have been selected along with 8 other rad female-led brands. Give the full line-up a look here.
We know, we know...it’s not reality and it’s about as basic as it gets. But if we’re being honest, we love a Monday night with some mac and cheese, a glass of wine and some good old drama courtesy of the Bachelorette or the Bachelor. Hannah Brown gets the Wild Rye rose after telling off Luke P. for trying to control her sexuality with, “I had sex, and Jesus still loves me.” If that doesn’t deserve a hallelujah emoji, we don’t know what does.
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Our rural medical systems are simply not properly equipped to handle community needs while keeping those on the front lines safe. Here are four ways you can join our effort to keep all of the places we play safe.