For breakfast, Toby and Anton usually eat cereal or toast, but to jazz it up, how rad are these cloud eggs? You whip up the egg whites, almost like a meringue. What a fun way to start the day! Here’s how to do it…
When ceramic and textile artist Malene Barnett bought her house in Brooklyn’s Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood eleven years ago, she admits it was “a total wreck.” After years of work — and a stunning application of Caribbean-inspired colors — her house is now a vibrant haven in the city. Come on in…
Two years ago, we featured six readers wearing their work outfits. Recently, we asked readers again what they wear to work and we got hundreds of amazing emails. (They were impossible to narrow down!) Today, we’re excited to share nine women — from the campaign trail to the classroom — on what they wear regularly…
What are you up to this weekend? My mom is coming to visit, and I can’t wait to squeeeeze her! The boys are making welcome signs for her as we speak. (Also, thank you for the Charleston recommendations! We bookmarked so many things.) Hope you have a good one, and here are a few fun posts from around the web…
Caroline and I are stocking up on this miracle beauty product for cooler days.
Call Me By Your Name is getting a sequel!
Elizabeth Warren brilliantly answered a question about same-sex marriage.
The prettiest birthday candles, of all things.
All the snacks that Bon Appetit staffers stash at their desks.
These cakes are painted with frosting.
Ha, love this post title.
The new show Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner looks great.
Plus, two reader comments:
Says J. on how to raise a reader: “Our parents gave us library cards for our third birthdays and created the rule that we were allowed to check out as many books as our age. This made turning a year older a massive celebration of ‘I GET TO GET SEVEN BOOKS NOW!!!’ It makes remembering how many books are floating around the house/car/backpack much easier when it comes time to return. And the freedom of figuring out what they like and knowing where to go in the library to find it will create lifetime readers.”
Says Becca on 11 reader comments on kindness: “After my first daughter was born, I was totally overwhelmed. She wouldn’t nurse or sleep, and I couldn’t do anything but cry and stare. A friend asked if she could stop by with food and magazines and I just never texted her back. And then I felt guilty for that, cue more crying and staring. At some point that evening, my husband opened our apartment door to find dinner, magazines, tea, glitter nail polish (!) and a note from my friend saying that she loved me and would see me when I was ready, but would be there even when I wasn’t. I mean — what a friend!”
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English teacher Beatriz Carrero lives in Zaragoza, Spain, with her husband and their four kids: Javier, Sergio, Vera and Raúl. As a teenager, Beatriz lost her right arm in an accident, and she was initially scared about what motherhood would be like with a disability. “But taking care of my children ended up being a totally intuitive, mammal thing,” she says. “Now, my kids are shocked when people ask about my prosthetic, because to them it’s totally normal!” Here, Beatriz shares five outfits she wore in a week…