Reading List (7/2)
On marching for life. Here are some ideas if you’d like to make some changes to help the world. Bookstore subtlety.
Mint-chocolate chip ice cream.
Farming in times of climate change.
Feeding defective Skittles to cows. Apparently this is a thing. Mind. Blown.
Arriving at JFK after the ban. On ‘disremembering‘ the past and realising there is more than one fight.
Love this: 100 days, 100 dinners.
New chef crushes: Pierre Jancou and Adeline Grattard. Both in Paris. Both on my list of places I’d like to eat when next there. (Late September maybe.)
God this is depressing: even from a young age, girls don’t think their gender is super smart. And to compensate: feminist writing for young people.
When you start to feel bad about not being happy.
Gossip Girl is 10 years old.
Resetting your wake/sleep cycle.
Exhibition on at Nottingham Contemporary. A really fascinating research project on young children in the theatre.
I read, on Sunday afternoon, Bee Wilson’s This Is Not A Diet Book. Every now and then, I need someone to talk sense to me about eating. This year, this was this book. Nothing silly. No radical changes. Small steps.