Weekend Reading Vol. 22: Pockets, Chores and Forever Plaid (Like Cher)
Slowly making my way through the Internet. (Almost done!)
Pockets (The Pudding)
This article is fascinating and infuriating and I WANT BIGGER POCKETS NOW, thanks.
"What do we want? Functional pockets. When do we want it? NOW, but really like several centuries ago."
37 Ethical & Sustainable Shoe Companies. (Closet Case Patterns)
This list is mostly here for my own personal reference. In the future. When I have a shoe budget.
And now you know.
Maybe Your Sleep Problem Isn’t a Problem. (The New York Times)
This: "What if night owls are actually the unsung geniuses? What if we are the ultimate disrupters and rule changers, the ones who are better suited to a modern, postindustrial society ruled by late-night coders, digital nomads, freelance moguls and co-working entrepreneurs?"
Ursula calls the live-action Beauty and the Beast the “scary Beauty and the Beast.” The real reason we don’t let her watch it: it’s not very good. Emma Watson, you're pretty...bad at singing.
Cate Blanchett Looks Cool as Hell at the UN. (Go Fug Yourself)
She’s 49. And yes, she looks cool as hell. And I need her haircut. One day I’ll wear a blazer and not a tee with a stretched-out neckline. (Assuming Cate wears crappy clothes at home, right? She’s got four kids.)
Happy Children Do Chores. (The New York Times)
Ursula, go clean the bathroom.
"The good news is that children whose families have established an expectation that they will contribute to the workings of the household do just that. There are 7-year-olds in the suburbs who do the laundry, just as there are 5-year-olds in the Amazon who help harvest papayas."
Dressing Like Cher Horowitz Is Cool Again. (The Cut)
When was it not?