meanwhile, elsewhere

It’s Friday’s online finds: something to smile about.


  • Get Yourself a Fake Male Assistant (lifehacker)
  • Why Oprah Gave Up Her Cover for the First Time Ever to Honor Breonna Taylor (O Magazine)
  • Fully reopening schools is sometimes discussed as though it’s the only way to get parents out of this quagmire. It’s not. Other potential solutions exist—but implementing them would require substantially more time, money, and imagination. (The Atlantic)
  • Congrats to All My Husbands… especially Connell from Normal People and his hot chain (The Cut)
  • How to read more… wait, do audiobooks count? (Psyche)
  • Sabrina! This looks way easier than what you put me through. (COOKIE+kate)
  • But it’s so much fun and super healthy… plus, what else would I text friends about? (Fast Company)
  • Damn you, Nike and your great commercials

  • Very much enjoyed this Netflix Treat: The Claudia Kishi Club. An Ode to Claudia Kishi, the Coolest Kid in ‘The Baby-Sitters Club’ (VICE)
  • We Tried 4 Eggplant Parmesan Recipes and the Winner Was a Showstopper (fun fact: the last time I had eggplant parmesan was in upstate New York and the next day I ran a PR in the marathon… so I am a fan of the dish). (The Kitchn)
  • Super cool: What if we could break free of the rectangle and let readers experience a setting the same way the journalist did? Instead of just looking at a photo of a space, what if we could move through it? (NYT)
  • “So… how are you?”  … “I don’t know” (Raptitude) {100 Days of Summer is my version of the cupboard list —I attempt to do these things because they bring joy to myself and hopefully to the others who join in.}
  • By the way, I have less than 40 to go! 

Until we meet again, xo

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