Friday’s online finds: Cozy up and dig in.
- Not, not true. (The Onion)
- We were all in various intersecting food ruts, and that made the burden of deciding what’s for dinner even more paralyzing – The Tyranny and Misogyny of Meal Planning (Burnt Toast)
- Advice for my daughter: Do talk to your professors outside of class. Do notice the way the sky changes color. Don’t get too drunk. (The Atlantic)
- I was in love and happy, but doubts simmered. I still occasionally fantasized about a man who would sip coffee with me and read novels in bed on our frequent trips to India. When I shared this with my therapist, she told me to “have a funeral for the death of romantic illusion.” (NYT Modern Love)
- With God as my witness I will not pick the restaurant (McSweeney’s)
- AMERICAN SHOPPERS ARE A NIGHTMARE—Customers were this awful long before the pandemic. (The Atlantic)
- Don’t Be Afraid to Quit. It Could Help You Win. (Lindsay Crouse—NYT)
- David is doing the 3km BrigaSwim Challenge again—raising money for Brigadoon kids. Please check out his personal page and donate if you can. He’s inching closer to $1,300—which is how much it costs to send ONE kid to this awesome camp!