meanwhile, elsewhere

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

  • ‘I had to choose being a mother’: With no child care or summer camps, women are being edged out of the workforce. When parents can’t do it all, women’s paid labor is often the first to go (The Lily) Even if they weren’t actually forced to leave their jobs, many working moms said the “choice” to stop working didn’t really feel like a choice at all. “How many layers of responsibility — how much weight — can you take on before you crumble?”
  • Homemade cinnamon toast crunch. (Half-Baked Harvest)
  • And ranch dressing on a pizza! I’m curious (Bon Appetite)
  • Prepare for the Roaring Twenties. The human desire to socialize will survive the pandemic. (The Atlantic)
  • Ways to find JOY (NYT)
  • Miami – not sure how I feel about this (BuzzFeed)
  • Some good tips for the joy of interior designing using Google Slides (EHD)
  • Why some people are choosing country life over the city (The Globe And Mail)
  • A new dress for when we can go out again (Design Boom)
  • A Social Prescription: Why Human Connection Is Crucial To Our Health (NPR)
  • The Compost by My Couch: How (and Why) I Started an Odorless Bin at Home (NYT)
  • If you’re done with making masks and need something for your gardening: Waist-Only Garden Apron Pattern (The House That Lars Built)
  • And what’s doing something these days without a YouTube video for inspiration: 27 Gardening Hacks
  • Here’s A Journal Prompt For Every Emotion You Might Be Feeling Right Now (The Good Trade)

Until we meet again, xo


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