I wrote this a while ago, but it seems especially pertinent on Thanksgiving, having spent last night catching up with the very people it’s dedicated to.
“Don’t stubbornly argue the difference between a typhoon and a hurricane (which is basically nothing) when you know jack shit about what you’re saying.” And more gems, after the jump…
Today I’m harping on Thanksgiving, keeping your head up amidst its chaos, and treating yourself to both comfort food and comfortable clothes.
“The world of fashion is my world, there’s no way around it, so I embrace it. And I try not to be too embarrassed to share what I do when I meet people who are curing rare diseases. We all have a purpose!”
TC reader and freelance writer Kate Willsky makes a beautiful argument against the implications of the Charles Warnke piece, “You Should Date a Girl Who Doesn’t Read,” that we posted here a few weeks back.
Shaving your pubic hair might be the reason why you’re so unlucky in love, duhn duhn duhn. Want to know why?
Is it just me, or are all of these high-meets-low designer collaborations shoved down our throats with barely any room for critique or authentic reflection?
How transforming my previously frazzled mornings into slow, steady, and centered periods was an epic game-changer, and why you should give it a shot, if you haven’t already!
“When someone is concerned about your well-being because you’re not being “cynical enough,” you should probably reevaluate your entire life.” And more real-talk-ridiculousness, after the jump.