weekend reading

Hello hello friends. I couldn't bring myself to post anything last week but I am here this week, ready to post some good links. 

Let's start with the funny. The New Yorker is one of those publications that is supposed to be funny but many of the jokes go over my head. Not so for this article or this one, though. These had me laughing out loud. 

Sand, up close and personal. SO COOL. 

I am hella empowered by watching this and so are these kids!

Getting political now...A List of Pro-Women, Pro-Immigrant, Pro-Earth, Anti-Bigotry Organizations That Need Your Support

Read these words from coziness expert Alicia and just try to tell me that crafting is not healing. "Stitching is just plain good medicine. Put on your coziest clothes, turn on the twinkly lights, make some tea, find a good movie or your favorite music, get a full-spectrum spotlight (that's the one I have) for those dark nights, call your puppers or your kitters or your friend to your side, thread your needles, and stitch your heart back together. If yours feels good but you know someone who could use some love, stitch one for them...There is something so poignant about holiday crafting, to me. I honestly think it's the sweetest, most optimistic kind of making we do all year. It doesn't have to be perfect, it just has to come from the heart."

In the same vein...Craft as solace

Some good books for those of us who are trying to be more mindful with our wardrobes. 

I started watching The Crown and it is gooooood. 

Currently reading- this, this, and this

See y'all next week!