Friday’s online finds: Cozy up and dig in.
- Libby DeLana is my future-self’s hero. Her Instagram is one of my favourites.
- The Solo Stove is the perfect complementary gift for everyone on your list who has an Ooni Pizza Oven. Sadly, I have neither.
- The perfect gift for aging people who run too much and are always sore and cold (me) (Etsy)
- Parenting At The End Of The World Advice for raising children through the crisis of a lifetime. (Romper)
- Pediatricians say the mental health crisis among kids has become a national emergency (NPR)
- Bravo for young female entrepeneurs! A discomforting yet common experience sparked the idea for Apricotton, a Toronto-based teen bra brand that helps girls across Canada and the U.S. find bras that fit and make them feel confident. We eliminate the awkwardness of going to the store to buy a girl’s first bra. Most importantly, we design bras tailored to every girl’s body type, so that they can grow as she grows.
- You heard it here first: 2022 will be the year of the indoor rowing machine (W omen’s Health)
- The “ghost stores” of Instagram (Vox)
- The grand unified theory of aesthetic vlogging – While we all occasionally note the way information and images are presented, most people tend to prioritize function over aesthetic value. But not aesthetic vloggers. Viewing and evaluating the internet as chiefly an aesthetic object — how aesthetically pleasing, beautiful or cute something is displayed/presented — is what unifies them. (Tech Crunch)
- Weathering the Weather – Mental-health professionals are trying to figure out how to talk about the climate. (The Cut)
- Vanessa Hudgens is obsessed with everything in her house (AD)
- And I am obsessed with anything by Stella Blackmon – The Virtual Years her latest
And, if you missed it – I am taking orders for the Twenty Twenty-Two Desktop Calendars