One Last Lovely Dinner

How to Host a Dinner Party - Part Two - MY 100 YEAR OLD HOME
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Questionable Etiquette

Is it okay to post something if it looked really, really good but didn’t taste very good? —Superficial Sullivan

YES. Once you accept that Instagram is a performance space, an app for entertainment, decide which role you will play. Selfie savant. Eater of food. Fitspo quad killer. Parent of a three-month-old who will soon be a four-month-old. Meme Lord. They’re all unreliable narrators. Best to trust no one and nothing in general but especially on Instagram. Assume that any marble is vinyl contact paper. Suspect every pot pie of hiding something (ugh, turnips). Only then are you actually living in reality.

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Bread

The day you buy a loaf of good bread, slice whatever you want eat for lunch and freeze it in a resealable bag. Toast slices directly from the freezer when the urge strikes and never suffer a stale heel again 

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Hello, Old Friend

How to Manage Grief and Loss

Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this new venture of “positively purging“, as I know each of these pieces represents something…

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Keep Your Hands Busy

While most of us find ourselves somewhat isolated or stuck at home, having a creative outlet can be incredible restorative when the alternative is spiraling deeper into bad news. An art project will help you to both keep your hands off your phone and deal with anxiety. “Our world is so fast pace and chaotic, it forces us to make an effort to find moments of tranquility

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