meanwhile, elsewhere

It’s Friday’s online finds: Read on friends.

  • No booze, no problem, just don’t call it a mocktail (Inside Hook)
  • Hey, Struggling Runner (Medium)
  • Commonly Used Indigenous Terms & Phrases You May Not Be Familiar With (CBU via Patricia)
  • They can’t change the past, but they can do right by the future – Disney+ adds warning to old movies with racist stereotypes (Motherly)
  • Benjamin Moore just announced that its 2021 Color of the Year is Aegean Teal. It’s an “intriguing blue-green that creates natural harmony and invites us to reflect and reset,” says the company. Amid the tumult of 2020, the comforting hue is the one we want—and the one we need. (Dwell)
  • And: The Surprising Power of Color to Ease Quarantine Anxiety (Art News via Amanda)
  • Why you should still take vacation time during the pandemic (Fast Company)
  • Spoiler: The Crown won’t include the “tampon conversation” and if you have no idea what this is, I direct you to one of my favourite podcasts (You’re Wrong About)
  • I’ve been following their journey for a while: 1,014 recipes in (and counting!), Trent Pheifer is on the culinary journey of a lifetime. (Food52)
  • Squat down to grab something out of a low cabinet, like a colander or a cake pan. If you can stand back up without assistance, you are not in middle age. But, if you slowly tip over onto your side while hissing “Fuckkkkkk this life,” you are! Plus more dramatic ways to reveal whether you’re middle-aged (New Yorker)
  • My sister sent this link to my family saying it’s me. I take it as a compliment (Baroness Von Sketch—What did you do this morning? via Erin)
  • A “Little Peek” in Maine (Berman Horn Studio)
  • Swim Wild (swissmiss)
  • And something to fill the Schitt’s Creek Void—I follow all recommendations from Brené Brown and she did not let me down with this show (Variety)

Until we meet again, xo


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