#BreakThings: Moving Forward
There are just 53 days left in 2020.
That statement feels impossible when I type it. But I’ve been thinking a lot about how I want to spend the next eight weeks.
I’ve decided that I want to start the year strong by getting a head start on that New Year rebirth. All of the resolutions that I would usually save for after the first, I’ve decided to begin now.
After all, moving forward begins when you’re ready, not when the calendar says.
One of the things 2020 has been short on is new experiences. Novelty is very important to mental health. Shondaland has tips for how to bring new things into the monotony that is the pandemic life and how it can benefit you.
Ina Garten’s recipes are perfect for cold winter nights. Food52 rounded up some of her favorite comfort foods to give you new recipes to look forward to. You do not want to miss the chicken and orzo dish.
Taking care of your sweaters and boots can be such a chore. From my favorite sweater shaver to the best spray for protecting your shoes, I rounded up my must-haves for winter wardrobe care.
You’re Wrong About is a podcast that seeks justice for the people and events that have been miscast by history. It’s an interesting and informative podcast that is also entertaining. But a word of warning, the episodes are really long.
During difficult times, it’s important to stay cool under pressure. But a calm demeanor can read unfeeling to some of the people on your team. Harvard Business Review discusses how to be cool without being cold.
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