Let's Start With Gratitude

Dear Kaloud Tribe,

As we look back on what was a very challenging week, we are reminded that even in the rubble one can sometimes find treasure.

Your messages, your kind words, your small acts of support mean the world to us, and we are grateful beyond measure to you all for the sparks you've brought into our lives.

As we promised, we want to send you emails that may (we hope) spark some joy in your lives.

If you have any suggestions of your own, please email them to us.  We love discovering new things through recommendations from others.  We will do our best to share your recommendations with the community as well.

With that said...

We know many of you out there have children in your households, and we think you might like this:

Audible is offering free stories for young readers

We LOVE this TED Talk by Srikumar Roa:

Plug Into Your Hard-Wired Happiness

For the foodies, here’s a great video:

Tastemade's 11 Comforting Soup Recipes That’ll Brighten Up Even The Gloomiest Of Days

You'll find links to each individual soup's recipe and cooking instructions in the description below the video.

This podcast by the Economist, Tim Hartford, is so easy to follow, informative, and entertaining.

Cautionary Tales

You can find it in the link above, on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts.

This book is standard reading here at Kaloud and we highly recommend it to you all.

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

This movie is based on an incredible book and it’s always a favorite.

The Lord of the Rings Trilogy

We really like the extended editions, but you can also get the standard version.  It's available on Apple iTunes, Amazon, and, in the United States, you can see The Two Towers (2nd in the Trilogy) and The Return of the King (3rd in the Trilogy) for free on Netflix.


We truly hope that you liked at least some of this.

As we mentioned above, please email us with any suggestions you might have.

With Love, Gratitude, and the Warmest Virtual Hugs Ever,

The Kaloud Team


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