In the late 60s and early 70s, the hey-day of the space race, NASA held a “Miss NASA” pageant but kept it really under wraps. Artifacting found pictures.
These are the world’s cutest gift ideas: wrap trinkets in layers of crepe paper to make surprise balls! Something to keep young ones busy with at holiday parties, perhaps?
Andie Mitchell lost 135 pounds and then dropped some serious honesty on the internet. What she has to say is really powerful and honest. Well worth the read.
“But what I’ve come to know as true, in the last twenty-six years is that I am everything I’ve ever been. I will always know fat. And love her. And know that fat, in itself, is not a bad word. I’ll own it and respect those two decades. They were hard, but they were sweet too. I grew up in that body, in that time, in that big, and beautiful, mind. I will always know thin. She’s heavier mentally and maybe in presence overall. She’s effervescent. More willing and able to go toe to toe with life. Small but brawny. Seeking. “
Alexandra Franzen shares some of her unconventional productivity strategies, and they’re all fantastic, though number 1: the “Suck it Till Sunday” principle, is particularly hilarious.
Wise Words from Eleanor Roosevelt:
What do you do if someone wants to drop off a gift at moment’s notice but your house looks like a teenager’s bedroom? The Hairpin wants to help cut down on holiday stress with their column: Ask A Clean Person.
This website is pretty simple: plug in your location, and it cycles through clothes you’d want to wear for the weather outside!
Here at Karina we’re all about versatile clothing, so we love these ideas to rock graphic t-shirts and still look like a grown up.
Have a great weekend!