When I logged on this morning I realized weekend reading didn’t publish for some reason. So sorry. I guess we’ll call it Monday reading this week. Lots of great links though. Hope everyone had a great weekend.
Click. Read. Love. 6.26.23
“Here are eight things I learned when leaving my corporate job.” (Inc.)
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What two word phrase should you avoid using with your child? And suggestions for what to do when they’re feeling overwhelmed. (CNBC)
While the actors deliver comedic moments, “The Bear” is also a gripping meditation on grief and mourning. (NYT)
Stop asking “So What Do You Do?”…and what to ask instead. (Insider)
For anyone who was waiting for the Sézane raffia basket tote to be restocked, it’s back!
“It’s as though a woman who doesn’t fulfill her maternal capabilities is like a car with no wheels, or a frog that can’t hop.” Why Won’t People Just Let Me Not Be a Mom. (Elle)
Definitely a little late but this Father’s Day essay was fantastic. (NYT)
Who knew that Trader Joe’s employees frequently date one another? (Slate)
“AI learns by finding patterns in enormous quantities of data, but first that data has to be sorted and tagged by people, a vast workforce mostly hidden behind the machines.” (NYMag)
The latest and greatest in sun protection. (Shape)
The secret tip to enjoying family travel—you’ll never guess what a difference a change in perspective can do. (Cup of Jo)
Have you heard of soft ambition? (Marie Claire)
I just started The Book of Magic and it’s such a great addition to the Practical Magic series by Alice Hoffman. Such fun vacation reads. -Caylin
How Taylor Swift has impacted this therapist’s practice. (NYT)
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