The American Psychological Association has estimated that 50% of Americans feel anxious about resuming in-person activities. What is the new normal? It’s a perplexing and potentially anxiety provoking state for many of us.
I’ve been spending some time walking around Brooklyn’s Chinatown. It’s just 20 blocks from my house but unknown territory.
Instead of researching, I’ve watched this and thought you like it, too.
Farming on a flowing Stream of lava sounds tricky, but follow this common-sense advice and you will soon soon be enjoying excellent, Organically certified vegetables!
Pots and pans are a part of a cook’s history, an extension of their owners. Used pots and pans form the spine of my kitchen.
I do not deserve to wear Red Wing boots, whose Twitter bio boasts “Our work footwear has been protecting hardworking folks on the job for over 100 years.”
Meaningful self-care has to do with you, who you are, your state of mind, and the direction of your life.
M.F.K. Fisher’s advice on stockpiling: Probably the best way to stock your shelf is to buy two cans of vegetables and so forth when you only need one, if your local rationings [modern revision: if available] allows it. Make a list of what you would like to have, and gradually accumulate it, if you can afford it….whiskey and a good stable wine.”
Do these encounters add up to mere emotional figments or legitimate weights to pile on my increasingly unglued condition about current and future national events?
Oh praise the stars and moon, the awesomeness of Jupiter’s and Saturn’s brilliant kiss, the rivers of compassion and grit.