It’s Thursday’s online finds: Cozy up and dig in.
Happy long weekend y’all! It’s
especially (painfully) long in Nova Scotia with the extra restrictions in place AND a PD day tomorrow but if we all get vaccinated, stay away from each other and stay away from the cottages, we can be together this summer and our kids can be kids.
Tomorrow is the start of 100 Days of Summer. Let’s do this.
- Mi’kmaw student creates lab at Acadia to share traditional knowledge with future scientists (CBC)
- Here is a submission to an on-going back-and-forth with Kristin of other places we’d happily be during a lockdown
- Yum (Cookie+Kate)
- STACY LONDON, y’all! (A Cup Of Jo)
- There’s a Perfect Number of Days to Work From Home, and It’s 2 (The Atlantic)
- Rewilding, or letting native plants run their course, can be a boon for urban environments (The Globe and Mail)
- “The pavement surgeon” repairs gouged sidewalks and splintered facades with colourful mosaics (Colossal)
- The Oldest Productivity Trick Around – Too often I spent my days wanting to write and not writing. The simple power of the check mark helped me get back on track (NYT)
- I am very impressed. I had difficulty breastfeeding sitting on a couch… (People)
- The Absolute Best Way to Cook a Hot Dog, According to So Many Tests (Food52)
- In the documentary Through The Night, we follow three working mothers and a 24-hour child-care provider (Latonya Yvette)
- A Once-in-a-Lifetime Chance to Start Over (The Atlantic)