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

  • MAYA / MATANGI / MIA (Vulture)
  • Bad menus, bad hotels, just bad design (BuzzFeed/BuzzFeed)
  • Movies for Bad Days, Weeks, or (Let’s Be Honest) Years (Wit & Delight)
  • The Museum of Magic (NYT)
  • I was raised by CBC (just saying) (The Atlantic)
  • Insertions of the best method of birth control can be blindingly painful during and after, but all women get is a single over-the-counter painkiller. Why? (The Outline)
  • Another Bad Man or just the creator of Mad Men? (Vanity Fair)
  • Yo Amazon, isn’t this what Etsy already is? (Amazon Handmade)
  • Sorry, not sorry (The Week)

Happy weekend! It’s fall y’all; accept and proceed. (image)

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

        

  • These places are often described as “Instagram Museums,” and the real experience plays out only after we post photographic evidence on social media. (NYT)
  • This camera strap is so lovely (Etsy)
  • Stop Giving Lobsters Cannabis Before Boiling Them (NPR)
  • This tool is cool (Runner’s World)
  • How Maya Rudolph Became the Master of Impressions (NYT)
  • A Decision Tree for Designers (Medium)
  • Seoul loves a good theme (Colossal)
  • A little less plastic (Design Milk)
  • You Should Be Eating Pie for Breakfast (Eater)

Thankful it’s the weekend. Make it good.Photo by me, Thanksgiving weekend, 2017.

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Friday’s online finds: There are some long but good reads. Cozy up and dig in.

  • Everything You Know About Obesity Is Wrong: Our shitty attitudes toward fat people. (HuffPost Highline)
  • The daughter of Mia Farrow and wife of Woody Allen stayed silent for decades. No more. (Vulture)
  • I can’t keep up (CNN)
  • Mental note: Do not order avocado toast. P sure that’s not ‘deconstructed,’ that’s ‘lazy.’ Munchies()
  • The only good thing about turning forty next year… no longer applies (Boston)
  • The Skin-Care Glossary: A Comprehensive Guide to Everything You Need to Know (allure)
  • Soccer Mom Hate: The disdain toward motherhood is the logical extension of misogyny (MediumWhile we complain about what mothers do, or look like, we neglect to ask what they feel, or need.
  • 21 Completely Subjective Rules for Raising Teenage Girls (A Cup Of Jo)
  • Kids Don’t Damage Women’s Careers — Men Do Stop blaming motherhood for a problem created by fathers (Medium)
  • The Beast Made Dog Bed (Best Made)
  • Nope, not me (NYT)
  • “This man raped me a long time ago,” we say, “But that was in the past. He can’t change the past.” When a girl says, “This boy raped me last night,” we say, “But his future! We can’t wreck his future.” And there she stands, suspended between his past and his future, with no value of her own except for how much she’s worth to whichever political party is feeling desperate today. Hell yes, an attempted rape accusation matters. Even a very old one. Even though it was just a girl. (Simcha Fisher)

Have a great weekend – it’s the last one in September which means it’s the end of my #100DaysofSummer adventure. Spoiler alert, despite what you may think, I did not do as well as I had hoped. But, don’t be sad for me, Summer was still very awesome. (image)

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Reporting from LONDON! Saturday’s online finds: Inspirational, educational or just silly. Here is what I found this week…

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  • I’m going Dutch. After spending a few days in Amsterdam, I was very intrigued by the Dutch lifestyle. (Telegraph)
  • My Twitter Thread on Abortion: I’ve been listening to men grandstand about women’s reproductive rights, and I’m convinced men actually have zero interest in stopping abortion. Here’s why… (Design Mom)
  • My walls: want and WANT – “Remember, you’ll look cuter reading a classic book than staring at your phone.”

Have a great weekend! We’re making our way back to Canada tomorrow #realitybites and I’m working on the Berlin recap. Take it easy.
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Reporting from BERLIN! Friday’s online finds: Inspirational, educational or just silly. Here is what I found this week…

  • Went on a deep dive with this love-triangle-true-story (The New Yorker)
  • Sunshine Pad Thai: my spirit food (101 Cookbooks)
  • And for dessert (Design*Sponge)
  • Charles & Ray Eames Pins (Design Milk)
  • Brands Are Not Our Friends: “The potential for something to be propelled forward by someone doesn’t really depend on how many followers they have,” … “It depends on how you treat them.” (The Atlantic)
  • And finally, Kristin, Jenna and I along with 44,386 others are running the Berlin Marathon on Sunday. It should be fun… and let’s hope fast. There are some big names lacing up including Eliud Kipchoge of the NIKE BREAKING2 attempt (National Geographic)

Have a great weekend!