meanwhile, elsewhere

It’s Friday’s online finds: Cozy up and dig in


  • How’s this for cozy? I really really want a woodstove in my life (swissmiss)
  • Instagram has gone from being a cute, banal photo-sharing app to a shopping app in Facebook’s growing arsenal of websites designed to mine user data to better sell ads back to them. (Jezabel)
  • Yum
  • Miles’ wants this for Christmas (Ebay)
  • Why Everyone’s Suddenly Hoarding Mason Jars (Marker)
  • And because I have a few jars, I may try and make Savory-Sweet Shallot Jam (Food52)
  • Say Hello to Elliot Page (LaineyGossip)
  • That’s right. NASA was under the impression that Sally Ride’s seven days in space would require 100 tampons. We have many, many questions about the logic behind that theory (Vox via Kristin)
  • My December project:

Until we meet again, xo

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meanwhile, elsewhere

It’s Friday’s online finds: Cozy up and dig in


  • Well, this wraps up the suckyness of 2020 (CBC)
  • Naturally Sweetened Candied Pecans make a great gift (Cookie + Kate)
  • And speaking of pecans: BEST PECAN PIE BAKE OFF (The Pancake Princess)
  • 10 Art Books That Will Nourish Your Creative Soul (My Modern Met)
  • Is this the year to try a new stuffing? This Ingenious Two-Bread Stuffing Means Nobody Has to Compromise (Kitchn)
  • The Lady Diana haircut (Pinterest)
  • False Labor By Lena Dunham. Giving up on motherhood (Harper’s)
  • The Reigning Queen of Pandemic Yoga – The YouTube celebrity Adriene Mishler made yoga accessible and search-optimized even before so many Americans were confined at home. (NYT)
  • This is Jeopardy! How Alex Trebek influenced my mother’s life (Motherwell)
  • Raising Baby Grey, a Gender-Neutral Child (swissmiss)
  • Easy no-sew Scandinavian holiday elf DIY (This Little Street)

TIME IS RUNNING OUT! In case you missed it, I am taking orders for my 2021 calendars. All the details are here. Thanks!

Until we meet again, xo

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meanwhile, elsewhere

It’s Friday’s online finds: Cozy up and dig in


  • I Am Living in a Covid-Free World Just a Few Hundred Miles From Manhattan – Welcome to Nova Scotia, the land that proves that beating back the virus is possible. (NYT)
  • Before the patriarchy got involved, it was a day for celebrating women and their powerful sexual energy: Apparently Friday the 13th Isn’t an Unlucky Day At All (InStyle via Kristin)
  • Like everyone else, I made some lifestyle changes during the pandemic. While others were perfecting their sourdough, I decided to stop being an Ethical Consumer (Atmos)
  • She’s That Woman (swissmiss)
  • Former Ballerina with Dementia Gracefully Comes Alive to Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake (Open Culture)
  • Stop Saying Women “Dropped Out” Of The Workforce. We Were Pushed. (Romper)
  • The power of walking (or running)! When Covid hit, I started walking 20,000 steps a day. It’s changed my life (The Guardian)
  • Chicago Public Library says eliminating fines has paid off (Chicago Sun Times) and Halifax Public Libraries did this too! (CBC)
  • Did you finish The Crown S4? Did you listen to You’re Wrong About? Can’t get enough Diana? Here’s some more! (Elle)
  • Listen to the end: Revolutionary Love (swissmiss)
  • And beautiful news!

In case you missed it, I am taking orders for my 2021 calendars. All the details are here. Thanks!

Until we meet again, xo

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meanwhile, elsewhere

It’s Friday’s online finds: Cozy up


  • The Queen’s Gambit – Jennifer Shahade, a two-time U.S. women’s chess champion, tells Vanity Fair how accurate the series is in terms of women in the sport, addiction, and rock star prodigies. (Vanity Fair)
  • New LGBTQ2+ art installation in Halifax celebrates visibility, kinship (CBC)
  • I GUESS I JUST EXPECTED A LITTLE MORE FROM THIS COUNTRY (McSweeney’s)
  • 100 Movies Bucket List Scratch-Off Poster (Beth knows me well: Crate & Barrel)
  • Baby, it’s cold outside… (Etsy) and more great holiday cards (Poppytalk)
  • And don’t forget to purchase your holiday mask! (fog linen)
  • Do you have a knuffelcontacts? Everyone Gets a Cuddle Buddy in Belgium’s New Lockdown (Vice)
  • An Anamorphic Mural Transforms a Montreal Street into Undulating Sand Dunes (Colossal)
  • An online art gallery for kids (The Little Editors)
  • Converting wealth into well-being (Forge)
  • Puzzles may be the cure for winter. These two are so nice! (design\milk)

The Haiku Deli
a romance
regarding deli
sandwiches
🥪🥤
(& other deli staples)

In case you missed it, I am taking orders for my 2021 calendars. All the details are here. Thanks!

Until we meet again, xo

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meanwhile, elsewhere

It’s Friday’s online finds: Cozy up


  • This restoration of an 1873 fieldstone Schoolhouse is stunning (Instagram)
  • I’m Chronically Ill And Afraid Of Being Lazy “In a society that holds productivity as unequivocally good, to do less feels like a moral failing.” (Elle)
  • This one is for Amanda: Instant Lettering, a Letraset Database
  • Uppity Women Unite (City Of Industry)
  • How Should Black People Sound? Hollywood hasn’t always made great choices about how people talk. That may be changing. (NYT)
  • Yessssss: Works of N.S. folk artist Maud Lewis featured on Canada Post’s 2020 Christmas stamps (Saltwire)
  • How America Invented the White Woman Who Just Loves Fall (Jezabel)
  • Period. Red by Pantone (The Guardian via Kristin)
  • Lovely listen: Praise Song for the Kitchen Ghosts by Crystal Wilkinson (Emergence Magazine)
  • UNNUR – a beautiful film and I am not just saying this because an A-Frame and Patrick Watson make appearances
  • Wish list: The Million Mile Light is a battery-free safety light for runners and joggers that’s powered by motion and engineered to never give up. Brilliant.
  • Perfect prints for your front entry (Paper Jam Press)

In case you missed it, I am taking orders for my 2021 calendars. All the details are here. Thanks!

Until we meet again, xo

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