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Common, whose real name is Lonnie Rashid Lynn Jr., grew up nearby completely unaware of things like holistic healing, therapy, and veganism, even as he began expressing himself through songwriting and rapping. In fact, Common credits hip-hop for introducing him to the wide world of wellness�namely via KRS-One and A Tribe Called Quest, who rapped about the advantages of not eating meat. In the �90s, Common adopted a vegan diet and started working out more. He began to meditate, and even laughs when he admits to wearing a lot of crochet back then too. Today, Common credits his healthy lifestyle to the inner happiness and peace he�s found through it. It�s what keeps him grounded and focused, empathetic and loving. Last year, his album Let Love focused on his spirituality and wellness-driven lifestyle. Now, he�s taking everything he�s learned over the years and sharing it with the world in a new YouTube series that premiered earlier this week called �Com+Well.�
The six-part show, which was produced by former Vogue staffer Dayna Carney and airs weekly on Tuesday mornings via YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram, features Common alongside his team of wellness gurus, including joy strategist Grace Harry, trainer Yancy Berry, and L.A. community gardener and Plant the Seeds founder Ron Finley. Common�s personal chef Lauren Von Der Pool, who served as the executive chef for Michelle Obama�s childhood obesity prevention campaign, will also be featured�they�ll be cooking vegan meals together, discussing the best workouts, and talking about the importance of therapy and meditation. There�s gardening therapy too, which Common says is new to his repertoire. And, in partnership with the company Larabar, each episode will include information about how to donate to a health and wellness-focused organization in underfunded urban communities.�
Speaking to Common about Com+Well over the phone this week, it was clear that his passion for sharing all of this information and normalizing it among communities like the one he grew up in on the South Side of Chicago runs deep. Below, Common opens up about why he decided to launch this series now, how he wants to help others, and where his wellness journey may lead him next.�After you first discovered veganism and the wellness space, how did your wellness journey evolve from there? �Once I started eating vegan, I saw how things were improving in my life just by removing certain things from my diet�pizza, fried food, meat, all of that�and adding vegetables and plant-based foods. It became the true foundation to leading a better lifestyle, a happier one. And once I realized, man, I have control over myself to not eat certain addictive foods but to really be disciplined enough and make better choices for myself overall. I started to work out harder than I�d ever worked out before, I began meditating and praying every morning. It was natural. I just felt better so I continued to be disciplined and follow a routine. It became normal for me. It was about saying to myself: �How can I be better? What things are not working well in my life and how can I fix those things and improve myself?��
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- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
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- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
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