What are you up to this weekend? We’re taking the boys for a nighttime carousel ride (!!!) and going on a leaf-crunching bike ride. It’s definitely fall out there. Hope you have a good one, and if you’re in a blog-reading mood, here are a few great posts around the web…
The year of the woman, including Ilhan Omar, above. (NYT)
10 impressive questions to ask in a job interview. I like when people ask #6.
“What the black church taught me about lipstick.”
Wearing this sweater on repeat.
The former Chief of Disguise of the CIA explains how spies use disguises. Fascinating!
My friends are flipping out over this book. Have you read it?
“I quit drinking a year ago, and here’s what happened.”
Trader Joe’s five most Thanksgiving-y recipes.
Michelle Obama opens up about her own miscarriage.
Jennifer Garner’s pretend cooking show is really charming.
Plus, two reader comments:
Says Anna on breakup advice: “I had a tumultuous relationship that completely destroyed my self confidence. When we finally broke up for good, I came across a quote that changed my perception forever. ‘It doesn’t matter if you have the biggest, roundest, juiciest peach, the best peach in the entire world, there will always be someone out there that doesn’t like peaches.’ Maybe it’s because I’m one of those people (*bleh*, peaches), but this really resonated with me. You can give it your all and go to extreme lengths to keep a relationship afloat, but sometimes not being ‘their one’ isn’t your fault. It’s just who they are.”
Says Ashley on how to raise grateful children: “That last comment from Anton reminds me of one of my favorite quotes from Kurt Vonnegut: ‘I urge you to please notice when you are happy, and exclaim or murmur or think at some point, If this isn’t nice, I don’t know what is.'”