Every year starts with the promise of new beginnings. As the clock strikes midnight, we metaphorically lace up our sneakers, tie up our hair, and prepare to crush an extensive list of lofty resolutions and goals that will result in a better version of ourselves — one that is organized, healthy, polished and successful. But this year is different. This month not only marks the start of a new year, but also a brand new decade. The goals you set up for yourself this year have the potential to become the habits that echo through the next ten years if you let them…

Here at Sunday Edit, we believe there is an ideal version of yourself that lives deep within. One that takes vitamins daily, eats healthfully, makes time for friendship, takes her makeup off nightly and never “forgets” to shower. We want to help you become that version of yourself. This will involve taking bigger risks, being bolder in your decisions, finally accomplishing goals you had set up for yourself last year, making time for self-care and perhaps even picking up a brand new hobby from a list of things you have not tried. To become that better and brighter version of yourself, you need to make a series of changes in your life, and it all starts with saying yes to new experiences, while also learning when to say no. Time has finally come to stand boldly by what you believe in and outline what person you want to become.

We want to help you become this version 2.0(20) of yourself. No apologies for the pun — as we do not apologize this year. Take a risk and get that tattoo you have been “too afraid of needles” to get. Drink better with our collection of cocktail recipes that boast better ingredients. Learn how to cook for your friends without setting the fire alarm off. Pick up a new hobby like gardening. Use retinol nightly because it is about time you mastered your skincare routine. You may fail miserably and quit within three weeks, but at least you tried. We hope these articles help you in accomplishing that and more. These experiences are, after all, grains of sand in our dirt road of becoming. So as a new decade begins, let’s toast to our old selves, and embark on the journey of getting far closer to the version of ourselves we have always set out to be. Perhaps you had been her all along.

Welcome to How to Become Version 2.0(20)

With love,
Sunday Edit Team

Every year starts with the promise of new beginnings. As the clock strikes midnight, we metaphorically lace up our sneakers, tie up our hair, and prepare to crush an extensive list of lofty resolutions and goals that will result in a better version of ourselves — one that is organized, healthy, polished and successful. But this year is different. This month not only marks the start of a new year, but also a brand new decade. The goals you set up for yourself this year have the potential to become the habits that echo through the next ten years if you let them.

Here at Sunday Edit, we believe there is an ideal version of yourself that lives deep within. One that takes vitamins daily, eats healthfully, makes time for friendship, takes her makeup off nightly and never “forgets” to shower. We want to help you become that version of yourself. This will involve taking bigger risks, being bolder in your decisions, finally accomplishing goals you had set up for yourself last year, making time for self-care and perhaps even picking up a brand new hobby from a list of things you have not tried. To become that better and brighter version of yourself, you need to make a series of changes in your life, and it all starts with saying yes to new experiences, while also learning when to say no. Time has finally come to stand boldly by what you believe in and outline what person you want to become.

We want to help you become this version 2.0(20) of yourself. No apologies for the pun — as we do not apologize this year. Take a risk and get that tattoo you have been “too afraid of needles” to get. Drink better with our collection of cocktail recipes that boast better ingredients. Learn how to cook for your friends without setting the fire alarm off. Pick up a new hobby like gardening. Use retinol nightly because it is about time you mastered your skincare routine. You may fail miserably and quit within three weeks, but at least you tried. We hope these articles help you in accomplishing that and more. These experiences are, after all, grains of sand in our dirt road of becoming. So as a new decade begins, let’s toast to our old selves, and embark on the journey of getting far closer to the version of ourselves we have always set out to be. Perhaps you had been her all along.

Welcome to How to Become Version 2.0(20)

With love,
Sunday Edit Team
An animated illustration of skincare products.

IT IS TIME TO FINALLY STICK TO YOUR SKINCARE ROUTINE

No more sleeping in your makeup.

By Macaela Mackenzie

JUMPSTART YOUR COOKING CAREER​

No more frozen meals.

By Lindsay Tigar
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5 QUESTIONS FOR THE NEXT TEN YEARS

Ask and you shall receive.

By Iman Balagam

AURA CLEANSING WAS LIFE CHANGING​

New Year, New Aura

By Iman Balagam
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HOW YOU SHOULD CHILL OUT THIS JANUARY, ACCORDING TO YOUR ZODIAC SIGN

‘Tis the month for self-care.

By Bess Matassa

WHY YOUR NEXT BIRTHDAY PARTY SHOULD BE A PIERCING PARTY​

Studs invited.

By Jenn Sinrich
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HOW TO DRINK BETTER​

Cocktails that do double-duty.
By Laurel Hardware

HOW MY RESCUE RESCUED ME

Find your life companion.

By Mellanie Perez
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WHY GARDENING CAN HELP KEEP YOU GROUNDED

It may be the answer to stress and anxiety.

By Mellanie Perez

A BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO GETTING THEIR FIRST TATTOO

Read this before scheduling your appointment.
By Jenn Sinrich
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HERE IS WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT GETTING YOUR FIRST TATTOO​

A beginner’s guide.

By Jenn Sinrich
An animated illustration of a woman with an arm tattoo.

It is time to finally stick to your skincare routine

No more sleeping in your makeup.

Jumpstart your cooking career

10 questions for the next ten years

Aura cleansing was life changing

How you should chill out this January according to your zodiac sign

‘Tis the month for self-care.

How to drink better

How my rescue rescued me

Why gardening can help keep you grounded

A BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO GETTING THEIR FIRST TATTOO