The Commute: No. 5
Jan 16, 2018
“True peace is not merely the absence of tension: it is the presence of justice.” — Martin Luther King, Jr.
Self-Explanatory. How to Make the Most of Your Workday, a guide for every day life.
Be Still, My Beating Heart. This Talbot’s Sabrina sweater (also in petite, plus) is everything I’ve ever wanted in a sweater. It’s glamorous and understated, and perfect for any occasion.
Change is Hard. But it’s essential to personal success and growth. Elle explores how nine women made life-changing career moves at a variety of ages.
Get a Hobby. To make online dating bearable, treat Tinder like a fun hobby.
What Comes After. “We are acceptable neither to Right nor to Left. In times of extremes, extremists win. Their ideology becomes a religion, anyone who doesn’t puppet their views is seen as an apostate, a heretic or a traitor, and moderates in the middle are annihilated.”
This sentence could apply to a lot of things about 2018. Margaret Atwood is writing about what it means to be a “bad feminist,” a woman whose equality credentials are disparaged for questioning the #metoo movement in any way. In Atwood’s case, she’s arguing for due process for both accuser and accused.
Sarah and I are headed to Montreal for President’s Day Weekend. I’ve never been to Canada before, so I’m excited for our trip. She’s planning lots of fun wintery things to do, but if anyone has been and has suggestions we would love to hear them. The whole city looks like one giant, semi-Parisian winter wonderland.