meanwhile, elsewhere

Monday’s online finds: Cozy up and dig in.



  • I am a fan of local photographer Lyndsay Doyle‘s work and love this photo session with a group of close friends at the end of high school (@ldoylephoto)
  • I did not know Missy Elliott made her debut live performance at Lilith Fair – 25 years on, Lilith Fair is a reminder of how one woman’s radical idea changed music (NPR)
  • The Xbus Is Cute as a Button, Tough as Nails, and Electric (Adventure Journal)
  • The Fascinating Science Behind Freckles (allure)
  • A Message to the Millennials About to Turn 40 (Bazaar)
  • How Much Does It Really Cost to Live in an RV for a Year? (lifehacker)
  • Is Jane Austen Just a Vibe Now? (Vulture)
  • Cities Aren’t Built for Kids … But they could be (The Atlantic)
  • Fire of Love – The greatest lava-fueled love story ever told
  • This was a very good listen (Rich Roll interviews Malcolm Gladwell)

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meanwhile, elsewhere

Sunday’s online finds: Cozy up and dig in.



  • I’m into this Greek version of the party dip (skinnytaste)
  • How to Make Reading a Habit – for me, it’s audible books and a 10-page-a-day goal (James Clear)
  • Movie Of The Night may be my new favourite thing (and series too!)
  • Deviled eggs 3 Ways and deviled egg Jello shots
  • Can feminists please drop the Handmaid habit? (The Critic)
  • Do You Want To Know How You’re Going To Die? (Elle)
  • And perhaps mine, too: Martha Stewart’s Favorite Tuna Salad Is Now My Favorite Too (Kitchn)
  • A Sense of Appreciation Is the Single Most Sustainable Motivator at Work (Jocelyn K. Glei)
  • The Great Vacation is upon us—and offices are struggling to keep up (Fast Company)
  • Tater Tots Cake (Cup Of Jo)

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meanwhile, elsewhere

Saturday’s online finds: Cozy up and dig in.



  • Should we all be tracking and celebrating ordinary delights, daily? (Ross Gay)
  • Which reminds me of The Beautiful Mundane
  • S’mores Sundaes (Shutterbean)
  • And I am drooling (Bon Appetit)
  • My hate for reels is real and growing: Instagram Tests Turning All Video Posts into Reels (PetaPixel)
  • The Magical 10-Year Plan (Cup Of Jo)
  • Is anyone doing #1000wordsofsummer
  • I love a good project – #worldin195meals is a TikTok series where she’s making every nation’s national dish
  • The Pain and Pride of a Generation Changing How America Sees Gender (Time)
  • Because I know that the death toll is always so much higher than the numbers reported in the news. The kids in that school in Texas who were reunited with their parents—the ones who got to go home and change into their pajamas and be held—they aren’t the same kids who put their shoes on that morning. Those kids aren’t ever coming back. – Over and Over Again (The Audacity)
  • I LIVED IT: The Government Took Away My Rights and Still Expected Me to Come to Its Birthday Party (Reductress)
  • Can I live here (Home&Garden)
  • Enough With Drinks, Let’s Get Ice Cream (Elle)

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meanwhile, elsewhere

Saturday’s online finds: Cozy up and dig in.



  • Summer 2022 vibe: Forget #maincharacterenergy, beloved side-character is where it’s at (TikTok)
  • Despite agreeing with most of this, I still love the movie (Twitter-Onion)
  • To Enjoy Life More, Embrace Anticipation (NYT)
  • Food rut?
  • This looks good (Foodiecrush)
  • We Can Do Better Than Title IX (NYT)
  • Know your town’s daily Golden Hour (PetaPixel)
  • I had no idea motherhood would be like this. (Motherwell)
  • ‘After lockdown, things exploded’ – how TikTok triggered a books revolution (The Guardian) – and now I just spent 20 minutes here and omg, this (must love Euphoria to understand)
  • What happens when an American and a Parisian are stuck quarantining inside a one-bedroom New York apartment for over a year? A croissanaissance. (Thrillist)
  • Finding Comfort in Food, A Lesson From Nora Ephron’s ‘Heartburn’ (Food52)
  • As bad as today is, this is just the beginning… This is an outrageous attack on women’s rights and the bodily autonomy of everyone who can become pregnant, and the effects will be immediate and far reaching. (ACLU)
  • ‘Happening’ Is an Award-Winning French Drama About Abortion. It’s Also the Most Urgent Movie of 2022 (Rolling Stone)

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meanwhile, elsewhere

Friday’s online finds: Cozy up and dig in.



Don’t get me started on the first two topics… I have a lot of feelings. Fix the roads and stop dancing and pointing at words on my feed. RIP OG Instagram.

  • “Failure is waiting for someone to be killed to reduce the speed limit or redesign the intersection. Failure is my mother being run over and the bike lane being painted on the street a week after,” When Cars Kill Pedestrians (The New Yorker)
  • Save the reels and videos for your Stories and keep them off my feed! – I Miss the Unhinged Instagram of 2012 (Refinery29)
  • He’s (Ryan) selective about his projects, he’s not playing hot guy parts just to show off his body. Which is why people are more curious than ever about this script and what it has to say about the world through a Barbie lens… But let’s go back to Ryan’s Ken energy here. He looks like Zac Efron playing Ryan Gosling. (Lainey Gossip)
  • Are you sure there isn’t something else I can do before the end of the school year? (McSweeney’s)
  • Stressed out and miserable at work? You have lots of company (Fast Company)
  • It takes a lot to turn heads in New York City, and most days I live my life with the comfort that I can go about my business with a sort of public anonymity. It’s what lets me cry on the subway with such ease. But now I was, physically and emotionally, exposed. – I Wore a High-Slit Dress and Got Catcalled by a Bunch of Women (Elle via Kristin)
  • This Creamy Lemon Pasta Recipe Is One You Need to Try (Wit & Delight)
  • You Want to Buy Meat? In This Economy? (NYT)
  • And speaking of meat, did you know that if you ground up the world’s population, it would create a human meatball that could fit neatly inside Central Park? (MyModernMet)

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