This quarantine feels like a never ending road trip, only we’re not going anywhere cool, I’ve seen the same stretch of highway with the same trees a million times, and we ran out of snacks forever ago. It’s got me asking are we there yet?!
No. No we are not there yet. While states are slowly starting to reopen, we know there will be another wave of this come fall. And what do we do to prepare for long road trips? Snacks. Art. Stories. Music.
What are Americans eating the most of during the pandemic?
Not going to lie, I definitely have turned to comfort foods during this unpredictable time. Why? Because mac’n’cheese will never betray you.
Not exactly Bob Ross, but it’ll do.
The Providence Hotel has a free printable coloring book for everyone missing Paris (or travel in general).
MoMA is offering free classes! Skillshare is also opening up their archives for free for two months!
I’m currently taking a Walt Whitman poetry course through Harvard’s literature department via EdX – completely free and all at my own pace.
Why not make something for the Atlanta History Center? They’re looking for COVID-19 related artifacts to preserve!
Something to think about if you’re about to dive into Rachel Hollis’s audiobooks (which are great and I really enjoyed them! I just didn’t think about, well, I’ll let you read the article and figure it out).
Everyone always asks me how I have the money for all the audiobooks I listen to. I don’t! But I do have a library card. Here’s how to do that online.
In case you missed it – here’s my post about what I’m listening to during quarantine.
See you on the other side!