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