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The Good Stuff

Every Monday we'll be sharing the good stuff with you.
photo credit: Belathee via Vogue 

photo credit: Belathee via Vogue 

We need some good right now — thoughts, ideas, actions and (actual) goods. Here are a few on our radar:

A Good Read & Listen 

Writer Madeline Miller on myth, nostalgia and how power corrupts: "It’s the pain you feel when you miss home. And I think we’ve all felt that way. We’ve all had those moments where we feel lost on the waves and surrounded by monsters and wishing for safe harbor. I just see so many universal human experiences. So it speaks down through the centuries."

A Good Habit

The big may seem overwhelming right now, so scale back. Enter the micro-habit. A bit of calm in the chaos right now.

A Good Explainer

Why COVID-19 affects kids and adults so differently

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Mixed Emotions: Kay Brown on Finding Her Place as a Multi-Racial Millennial

“I think I would be considered somewhat of a white passing standard, but it diminishes the fact that I am still half black”

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Single Women & Their Spaces: Freelance Creative Vanessa Labi's Northern California Home

"There’s such a joy and peace to having your own space. It’s really special when fostering creative pursuits, and I think that’s why I’ve hung onto it."

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Raising Kids Who Are Actively Anti-Racist: Tabitha St. Bernard-Jacobs and Adam St. Bernard Jacobs Are Teaching Us How

"We’re both intentional about centering our parenting around justice and creativity and are also big believers in always being a work in progress."

A Good Watch

These 10 short documentaries all celebrate motherhood, in all her many nuances. 

A Good Party 

Love Will Not Be Canceled: A stunning stoop wedding and virtual reception block-party style that understandably made the rounds this weekend.  

A Good Routine

"I can’t think of a time when I’ve gone this long without wearing makeup on a regular basis—and my skin shows it." 7 Women On How Their Beauty Routines Have Changed In Quarantine

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Single Women & Their Spaces: Freelance Creative Vanessa Labi's Northern California Home

"There’s such a joy and peace to having your own space. It’s really special when fostering creative pursuits, and I think that’s why I’ve hung onto it."

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Wellness

June 2021 Tarotscopes

Dear Gemini: This month, stop putting off that choice you've been faced with and get to work figuring out what to actually do.

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A Conversation with Create To Stop Hate Founder and Artist, Janel Foo

"I’m proud of having a place for people that are looking for a way to support the AAPI community to come to get information and discover our huge community of artists, and I’m just proud of building this initiative that started as such a small, simple idea."

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Youn Chang, Founder of OJOOK, On The Natural Beauty Hype, Why You Need Fewer Products Than You Think, And Her Minimal Beauty (and Makeup) Routines

"Refusing to buy something you don’t need and using everything you already own are the most impactful environmental acts."

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Sleep: Uncovered - Zen Mamas Teresa Palmer and Sarah Wright Olsen on sleeping, dreaming, and wind-down rituals while pregnant and postpartum

Zen Mama founders, actresses, and entrepreneurs Teresa Palmer and Sarah Wright Olsen share what its like to sleep, dream, and how to find that elusive rest while pregnant with littles underfoot.

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May 2021 Tarotscopes

Dear Taurus: Sometimes disagreement brings out the worst in people, but this month it is the impetus for real change - not because you engage in the head-butting but because it motivates you to actually do something about what's causing it.