What are you up to this weekend? On the 20th anniversary of 9/11, we are holding New York close in our hearts and sending love to anyone missing loved ones. Have a good one, and here are a few links from around the web…
Found! The perfect black pants.
Loved this funny, poignant write-up of everything a guy ate in a week. (New York Magazine)
What a gorgeous hotel room.
If you’re hiring, here are good questions to ask when checking references.
My gorgeous friend G. revealed her glowy beauty secret.
Have you seen the Impeachment trailer?
“How long do concerts usually last” and other things I googled during my first concert in two years. Hahahaha. (The New Yorker)
Why is there a tiny pocket above the front pocket on jeans? I thought it was for coins!
Michaela Coel’s 10 favorite books. (New York Magazine)
Fun hair trends from fashion week.
The manager of Windows on the World survived 9/11, while 79 of his employees died. He’s still searching for permission to move on. (The Atlantic)
Plus, two reader comments:
Says Candice on 10 things I did on my weekend alone: “I took a vacation day last Friday and spent it at home alone. Guilt-free binging on Manifest? Check! Ate snacks for lunch? Check! Did my girlfriend from across the street come over at 2 p.m. and crack a couple bottles of wine and watch Bridesmaids? Check! The burnout from the last 18 months is real. My family has been beyond fortunate, so there hasn’t been a single complaint out of my mouth. But I hit a snag recently and there was a Monday where I barely got out of bed to go to work. I put in for a vacation day that morning.”
Says Carter on 12 readers share their tattoos: “My daughter, who is a surgical resident, was once called a ‘delicate flower.’ She got a tattoo of a thistle because there are also indelicate flowers in this world.”
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