Pink flowers by Thalia Ho

What are you up to this weekend? It’s SNOWING outside right now, so we’re going to cozy up, put on thick socks and watch movies. Hope you have a good one, and here are a few fun links from around the web…

If literature’s “complicated men” were on Tinder, hahaha.

What a beautiful hotel.

These adorable kids’ pajamas have free monogramming right now.

Seven women on choosing to be celibate.

Who else wants to live in this colorful house?

A cute sweatshirt for spring.

Five unexpected things happy people have in their kitchens.

Am I gay or straight? Maybe this fun quiz will tell me.

How ants build bridges. (This blew my mind.)

Monica Lewinsky in the age of #MeToo. “I’m beginning (just beginning) to consider the implications of the power differentials that were so vast between a president and a White House intern.”

Mean Girls is on now Broadway!

Plus, a great reader comment:

Says Meg on parenting teens: “My mom had a tiny bathroom that could barely fit one person. So, as a teenager, I would lean my face against the door frame, half in the room and half in the hall, while she got ready in the morning. There was something so soothing about watching my mom methodically work through her beauty routine. I spilled out an ocean of teenage doubts and anxieties and joys standing behind her in that doorway. Somehow, it was always easier to talk about the important stuff there — it became a sacred place for us. I vividly remember a moment when I was sharing a particularly deep heartache. After finishing her routine, and hoping I wouldn’t notice, she washed off her fresh makeup and started all over again. It was a quiet act of love I’ll never forget.”

(Flowers photo by Thalia Ho. Complicated men via Emily. Monica via Ashley.)