Rosie Spinks

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Lifestyle and travel reporter for Quartz.

Rosie Spinks on KCRW

Youtube videos about celery juice have gained millions of views over the last few months. The juice is made with just celery and nothing else.

How celery juice became the latest wellness craze

Youtube videos about celery juice have gained millions of views over the last few months. The juice is made with just celery and nothing else.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Have you ever heard a sound that made your body tingle or relax? Some YouTube videos are trying to accomplish that.

What is ASMR and why is it catching on?

Have you ever heard a sound that made your body tingle or relax? Some YouTube videos are trying to accomplish that.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Shudu Gram has almost 70,000 Instagram followers, and an association with Rihanna’s cosmetics line.

How real are life coaches on Instagram?

Shudu Gram has almost 70,000 Instagram followers, and an association with Rihanna’s cosmetics line.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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