8 Things of Note

A few of our favorite links from around the web this week.
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Illustration Credit: Garance Dore

Illustration Credit: Garance Dore

Hello, Clementines. It’s been a heavy-hearted week. With all we do to inspire and share the beauty of life, sometimes that doesn’t feel enough with all the pain humanity is faced with every day. But here is our wish: that we are able to find the good, find the helpers, find peace and find joy, even. And we hope this shared space is that for you.
So as we think about thanksgiving in all forms during the upcoming week, remember all that we have to be grateful for—and that gratitude comes in many forms. Now, as always, a few conversations from around the web we found particularly noteworthy—here's to finding strength and inspiration in the ordinary.

A Paris survivor’s beautiful, moving words of hope: “You make me believe this world has the potential to be better.” (And when there are no words).

Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Gloria Steinem on the unending fight for women’s rights.

What’s the best way to teach kids about tragedy?

“In that moment, we knew that we were all weird, all in this together, and that addressing our own suffering, while learning not to inflict it on others, is part of the work we’re all here to do.”

The magic of one nice space.

‘Tis the season for thanksgiving! An inspiring lesson about gratefulness, happiness and the moments that make up our lives. 

The Bon Appetit guide to Thanksgiving (and DIY table runners for your feast).

And, if you may need it during the holiday hustle, Elizabeth Gilbert’s secret to having more energy.

p.s.  We are talking intentional holiday decor inspiration with our friends at Porcelanosa - join us!