In light of recent current events, may we just say: remember. Remember we are all one people, one humanity and let’s love and understand accordingly. And though it may seem trite in the face of such devastating loss, our hope is still to bring a bit of light into your every day. So, as always, a bit of inspiration from around the web this week.
Let’s stand together. From The Washington Post: This is what white people can do to support #BlackLivesMatter
Were you fans of The Toast? Hillary Clinton was, and she reminds us what spaces for women mean: “I hope you’ll also look forward and consider how you might make your voice heard in whatever arenas matter most to you...Proudly take credit for your ideas. Have confidence in the value of your contributions. And if the space you’re in doesn’t have room for your voice, don’t be afraid to carve out a space of your own.”
Can attachment theory explain all our relationships? “Separate, connect. Separate, connect. It’s the primal dance of finding ourselves in another, and another in ourselves.”
Prince William has launched a powerful anti-bullying campaign in the name of his late mother, Princess Diana. Bravo.
How to raise brilliant children, according to science.
The ultimate coast-to-coast culinary bucket list: Around the country in 34 dishes
We loved him as children, but now for some grown-up weekend reading: Roald Dahl for adults