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Link Round Up #100
9 black owned eco-friendly businesses. On Indian Matchmaking. Have you become more self sufficient? The future of the office. Japan and plastic. Recycling and pizza boxes. The age old question.
Link Round Up #99
Working on: This embroidery.Listening to: Folklore by Taylor SwiftWatching: The Babysitters Club (Anyone else?) 50 foods to eat before the end of the summer. At home summer activities. Women of color — let’s give ourselves permission to do less. A better fall is possible. On single family zoning. Making this 3 ingredient ice cream this weekend!
Link Round Up #98
Black Lives Matter has Indians talking about colorism. What is gentrification? It’s harder to talk to “nice people” about social injustice. How to wash your face masks. How to make your furniture last. Summer insomnia checklist. How to recycle your old towels. Top beginner gardening tips. How Texas swaggered into coronavirus disaster.
Link Round Up #97
Why the fleeting things give us so much joy. Shaadi.com finally removed the skin tone option. Emotional burnout. Atlanta’s Sweet Auburn neighborhood. The end of the girlboss. This weekend — finish those undone tasks.
Link Round Up #96
Growing up with Juneteenth. Make Juneteenth a federal holiday. Black owned beauty brand favorites. Black owned men’s grooming favorites. Black literary leaders share their favorite books. Food gifts from black owned companies. Quarantine has changed us. Are you ready to go to the flea market? Design projects for an afternoon. Some summer candles.
Link Round Up #95
Black lives matter. 5 things I hope come out of this time. How to check in with your black friends. Your black colleagues are probably not okay. How to respond to “riots never solve anything.” The millions of Amy Coopers. Life in the time of COVID. I don’t feel like buying stuff anymore. How experts rate the risk of summer activities. Etc., etc. How to clean thrift store finds. Ways to reconnect with nature. The practice of rest.
Link Round Up #94
Favorites from the week: Just 10 Micro-habits. An awesome Korean cooking Facebook group. Things your home doesn’t need. A tiny kitchen scrap garden. Taking care of your skin if you wear masks a lot. An Indian philosophy to help you become a better cook. Life is not found in material possessions.