Here are some of things I read this week that made me think. (These are just snippets – click on the title to read the whole thing).
"I’ve decorated for the holidays more times than I care to admit. Between clients and editorial projects, I’d guess that I have a century’s worth of holiday decor under my belt.
So this year I wanted to try something a little different and find a few looks that will last through the holidays and into the new year. With longevity on my mind, I started thinking about tassels. Regardless of season, tassels are one of my favorite home decor objects, so I figured why not try to craft a few holiday looks around greenery and wreaths and some of my favorite passementerie."
"The Hot Coffee documentary is must viewing for a lesson on how easily you can turn a lie into conventional wisdom. Def a relevant antecedent to all the "fake news" discussion right now."
What happens after you design the life of your own making? What then? from Felicia at The Coffeelicious
"Sometimes I look at my peers or those who are younger than me and I think: they have it together. They bought a house, they live debt-free, and their life isn’t an artful navigation of student loan officers, creditors, and creative accounting. And for a moment I step into that comparison trap and before the claws snap I fall back. That’s their life, their definition of happiness, their path — not mine."
John Crist’s Fake Ad for ‘Millennial International’s ‘Sponsor a Millennial’ Program Is Perfect from Relevant Magazine
"Please consider sponsoring a millennial today, and help them live the lives they portray on Instagram."
A Husband Is Appalled When He Sees What His Wife Goes Through In The Workplace from Katie at Good
"Richards noticed a stark difference between the hate mail he and his wife received: Hers was rife with sexist name-calling, while the insults he received were mainly limited to perceived faults in his story, not his gender."
Adventures in Parenting: Tips to make Christmas morning last longer from Suzanna at Sea Coast Online
"As a child on Christmas morning, I can remember sitting in the middle of a mountain of discarded wrapping paper and foil bows with every single present already ripped opened and haphazardly played with. It was 7:30 a.m.
So much thought and energy goes into this very day and I can't have it be over before the coffeemaker sputters out its last drop of fresh brew. Time, stop! Ditto in your house? Here are some ideas for prolonging the magic on Christmas morning and keeping everyone entertained and happy throughout the day."