Hola! How’s everyone doing this week? We booked an Airbnb for our friends’ wedding next month. It’s in Savannah, GA and I’m getting increasingly excited about returning to that charming, southern city. Have you ever been? Any recommendations? Have a wonderful rest of your day, and enjoy a few links on me…
16 weird forgotten English words we should bring back.
Related: Are you a word nerd?
Amanda Knox shares what romance in prison actually looks like.
“Prison is an isolating place. You’re forcibly removed from your homes and support network. You’re deprived freedom of movement, of social interaction, and of time. You’re forced to submit to total surveillance and control by strangers, alongside strangers. But relationships help keep us sane, even if they’re forbidden or not ideal.”
5 tips for capturing magical everyday moments.
50 everyday acts of rebellion.
A book to help you kick the plastic habit.
Photographer Claude Cahun resisted the Nazis, escaped death, and created great art.
Martha Washington’s diamond ring. (It has a secret locket!)
To listen to NPR today — and really for most of its 47 years — is to listen to the voices of women.
“The centrality of women’s voices in establishing NPR’s distinctive sound serves as important context for thinking about the cultural and political significance of the network today. Given the unprecedented role that gender politics played in the last election, it might be worthwhile to reflect on the role of women’s voices in making public radio so threatened and, perhaps, threatening.”
How to bathe like an 18th-century queen.
Related: The 5 things that turned me into a shower lover.
Thank you (Yes you!) cards.
“I planned my wedding in 5 days. You could, too.”
A brief history of men getting credit for women’s accomplishments.
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