Weekend Reading: 11.5.2017

November 5, 2017

What a long week. The never-ending news cycle, the time change, the impending holiday season…all of the sudden, it seems like things are shifting into high-gear. So I’m taking today to meal plan, tidy up, grocery shop, spend time outside and generally get my head in the right place before the start of another sure-to-be-busy week. Hope you’re doing the same. And if you’re in the mood for some reading, here are a bunch of great links.

A wonderful reminder.

Currently reading: this interesting profile of Tulsi Gabbard.

Also at the New Yorker: Anita Hill on Trump, Weinstein and “a watershed moment for sexual harassment accusations.”

Lingua Franca’s cashmere “I Miss Barack” sweaters are genius—beautiful and proceeds go to charity. Love the “I Didn’t Vote for Him” one, too.

So cool: Famous New Yorkers revisit their old apartments.

This wild rice soup has basically convinced me to finally order an Instant Pot. Do you have one, and do you love it?

Speaking of food: wouldn’t this be perfect for Thanksgiving morning breakfast? (I’d do the pear and pecan version.)

Also, on my Christmas list: a Mason Cash mixing bowl and batter bowl.

How to be honest (such a good read).

Joy the Baker’s New Orleans home is beautiful.

If I bring another blanket into our house, Rob will divorce me, but I love this one so much.

Roxane Gay on female friendships.

I love this crazy yellow coat more than I should.

Made me laugh.

Photo by Steelcut Flower Co. 

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