In these days of staying at home, we could all have articles, recipes, books, and podcasts to focus our attention on. So scroll down to see a handful of links we’ve bookmarked for the week ahead. What have you been inspired by recently? Leave a comment with the things you add below and be sure to visit our past Bookmark This guides!
ARTICLE TO READ –
How to look at a window via Vanity Fair
PODCAST TO LISTEN—
Home Cooking // An upbeat podcast from Chef Samin Nosrat with an answer to the question asked daily by most of the world: “What should I cook [during quarantine]? Whether it’s baking beans or discussing how the act of cooking is an act of love, Samin and his co-host, Hrishikesh Hirway, have it all covered.
BOOK TO BEGIN—
On Earth, we are briefly Magnificent by Ocean Vuong // This beautifully written tale follows the life and struggles of a young Vietnamese boy, Little Dog, and his immigrant family who were scarred by war. Written in the form of a candid letter to his mother, this poetic novel is both heartbreaking and beautiful.
RECIPE TO MAKE –
Nectarine and Blueberry Galette via NYT Kitchen // Treat yourself to the ultimate dessert that uses the most decadent fruits of summer: a galette.
PLACE TO GIVE –
If you’re looking for a few places to donate to support the Black Lives Matter movement, we’ve outlined several organizations in our Anti-Racism Resource Guide.
THING TO BUY –
These blue light filtering glasses from Felix Gray Jemison help fight eye strain with all the time we spend staring at screens. We wear them in the afternoon to filter out blue light, and they have the added benefit of being anti-glare.