By the time I make it to the office I have been up for 4.5h and feel like I already lived a full day.
Post pandemic IRL school mornings are no joke: Emotionally supporting a High High Schooler, as well a middle schooler, packing lunch, school drop off.
I miss remote school.
Calling all NYC photographers: @creativemorning is looking for a volunteer to capture our @NewYork_CM next week. (Gasp: first IRL event since 04/2020). We will be walking through Prospect Park on 9/24 at 9am. Email [email protected] if interested!
I want to attend all of these upcoming @creativemorning FieldTrips:
For context: FieldTrips are free, digital experiences, generously offered by humans like you. Want to test a workshop? Have something you love and want to share? Get in touch!
Hello NYC folks, Downtown Brooklyn based @tattly is looking for part-time helpers to assemble product. This role is part-time with a minimum commitment of 20 hours per week. More info:
Hey bookworms, what’s the go to site for used books? Can’t keep up with my daughter’s consumption of books. It’s awesome!
I realize libraries are an option, but she likes to mark/take notes.
(This reminds me of a used bookstore my dad used to take me to in Switzerland! 😭)
Irked that @Airbnb doesn’t allow me to easily see who my super guests are!
I dream of a backend feature where I can see a complete history of folks who have booked my house in the past and I am able to filter by “most stays”.
That’s what I want for Christmas.
There must be a kind, patient human on this planet who is a total pro at maintaining a saltwater pool and is willing to teach me the ins and outs of pool water maintenance? I want to be good at this but the information I am finding online is confusing at best.
Hey fellow sensitive nose people, how do you get a lingering smell out of a house fast?
Tried so far: airing out for hours, scented candles and burning Palo Santo sticks.
Woke up this morning and it’s still lingering.
I have lived in the USA for 22 am still baffled at the culturally embraced clear markers of beginning (Memorial Day) and end of summer (Labor Day). This kind of thinking did not exist growing up in Switzerland.
“When a lot of things start going wrong all at once, it is to protect something big and lovely that is trying to get itself born—and that this something needs for you to be distracted so that it can be born as perfectly as possible.”
- Anne Lamott