What are you as much as this weekend? We’re heading to the small city of Beacon with a pair buddies. Since it’s actually snowy, I believe we’ll be principally chilling inside and making mulled wine. Also, I’ve by no means been to the Dia: Beacon museum, and I can’t wait. Have a great one, and listed below are a couple of enjoyable hyperlinks from across the internet…
Literally crying with laughter over these kids crashing their dad’s work call. Reminds me of all these years I labored in my bed room.
A guide to NYC street crying. We’ve all completed it!
Do or don’t: bodysuits.
Have you seen the statue of a fearless little girl on Wall Street?
25 songs that tell us where music is going. How cool that the Times performs the songs whilst you learn.
Ina Garten’s #1 tip for adorning your eating desk.
Seven times Emma Watson’s beauty routine stunned me.
Loving Mott & Bow’s great jeans, particularly their free house try-on program since I by no means go to shops anymore 🙂
Plus, three feedback from readers:
Says Kristen on female anatomy: “I learn ‘The Egg and the Sperm‘ by Emily Martin for my Women and Science class, and it talked how the language we use to explain anatomy and conception displays gender norms. Even in textbook and analysis literature, the egg is mentioned with passive language (simply ready round to be engaged), whereas the sperm could be very energetic and liable for conception. New analysis has proven that the egg is extraordinarily energetic within the course of, even rejecting sperm if the situations aren’t proper.”
Says Rachel on Toby’s five outfits: “Every single day all by preschool and kindergarten, my oldest son solely wore tucked-in button downs (buttoned as much as the highest!) and khakis. And he would slick his hair down with water and comb it to the facet.”
(Photo by Ana Kamin/Instagram.)