Five Minutes Of Escapism For Your Day

This week might just be the longest of the year thus far—thankfully we've got a quick break for you in the form of online levity.

We are anxious, scared, and really unable to focus on much more than the ominous themes of the world right now, and perhaps you are feeling the same? We want to keep our eye on the ball (and to continue to encourage you to make the most of the six days until the election), but are also in dire need of some levity and a healthy distraction, however brief. 

Allow us to present you with a brief online respite to brighten your spirits and your web browsers:


Friend and modern renaissance woman Stella Blackmon made her first short film and debuted it on Instagram. Virtual Summer has been called "lovely" and "delightful" by more people than we can count...and her talented star reminds us that the kids are alright. 


Because, LIZZO.


Joy To The Polls might be coming to a polling location near you (if you are lucky!)! 


Karen O's Closet Concerts (featuring cameos by her adorable babe) on repeat for your heaviest of days. 


For an hour of enjoyment and inspiration, join us tomorrow for "An Evening with The Glorias". Register here for this free virtual panel discussion celebrating Gloria Steinem’s life and work with the creators and cast of The Glorias



A Cannabis Gift Guide from Humble Bloom Co-Founder, Solonje Burnett

Consider this your expertly curated gift guide for all the cannabis lovers in your life.


Thoughts On Resilience & Bravery From Seven Fold Women

As we head into a season of gratitude, we thought we'd also highlight what it means to be resilient and brave right now—and perhaps that alone is what we are grateful for right now.


The Great PNW Women-Owned Gift Guide: Volume 1

We found a little something for everyone on your list! And all from women owned and operated shops that offer thoughtful, beautiful wares.

SBSG Heart of Neighborhoods

A Small Business Support Guide

Because small acts have BIG impact


Comfort Food To The Rescue: Julia Gartland's Creamy Miso Kabocha Soup With Tumeric, Lemongrass & Crispy Lentils

While a big hug from our nearest and dearest may be a while off, consider this stay-home stay-safe soup a warm embrace directly from our kitchen to yours.


Deep Breaths and A Healing Giveaway For Your Post-Election Stress

We know, it's been a long week (errr, year). Let us offset some of the 2020 stress with a healing giveaway!


November 2020 Tarotscopes

Dear Scorpio: You may feel a little antsy this month. You have tasks, plans, ideas, and missions - but every time you get ready to set off, you also realize you need one more thing. The universe is trying to tell you that the time for action is close, but it's not quite here. Instead of cursing the constant glitches, pay attention to the message


A Day In The Life Of Local Politician Kirsten Harris-Talley

"I will say at the intersection of being a woman and black, the amount of expectation and exceptionalism—we should not be burning ourselves out. Folks expect that, but we can reject that—we can say no and take care of ourselves better. I am still working on this, in a collective in activism, you don’t have to hold everything. We have been trying to build that in the campaign."