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leanin:

Images of tenacious, strong female loggers, welders, firefighters, miners and more challenging the idea of what we consider “women’s work.”

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jessbennett:


“There’s something about jumping for a bouquet that reflects the era, not so long ago, when getting married was seen as the pinnacle of a woman’s existence. Despite what rom-coms might have us believe, most women who are old enough to have C-suite jobs and mortgages don’t relish the opportunity to catch airborne hydrangeas.”

My piece in Sunday’s NYT about the death of the wedding bouquet toss. 
A Game of Bouquet Catch, or Hot Potato? (NY Times)

jessbennett:

“There’s something about jumping for a bouquet that reflects the era, not so long ago, when getting married was seen as the pinnacle of a woman’s existence. Despite what rom-coms might have us believe, most women who are old enough to have C-suite jobs and mortgages don’t relish the opportunity to catch airborne hydrangeas.”

My piece in Sunday’s NYT about the death of the wedding bouquet toss. 

A Game of Bouquet Catch, or Hot Potato? (NY Times)

auilix:

lostateminor:

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Library nerds: This candle will lift your soul with the smell of old books

It’s amazing just what scents you can get out of candles these days. There was one of Kentucky Fried Chicken, and now we’ve found a candle that library nerds will dig. Handmade by Minneapolis-based Frostbeard Studio, you can light up the Old Books soy wax candle and inhale its heavenly earthy scent with notes of timber, white tea, musk and of course, newsprint.


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auilix:

lostateminor:

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Library nerds: This candle will lift your soul with the smell of old books

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It’s amazing just what scents you can get out of candles these days. There was one of Kentucky Fried Chicken, and now we’ve found a candle that library nerds will dig. Handmade by Minneapolis-based Frostbeard Studio, you can light up the Old Books soy wax candle and inhale its heavenly earthy scent with notes of timber, white tea, musk and of course, newsprint.

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