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Another week down! Feeling stressed or lonely or just need a little pick me up? Scroll down for some sweet things to read, some good music to listen to and all the different ways you can reach out and help the people around you. We’re glad we’re here with you.
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What We Stream In The Age of Social Distancing
We thought it would be interesting to share what we’ve been streaming, not just as a list of recommendations, but as a coping mechanism. We know folks who have seen Contagion five times in the past week, and there are folks who prefer cuddly pet documentaries on Netflix.
Plus some more stories:
– How Kinfolk Magazine Defined the Millennial Aesthetic…and Unraveled Behind the Scenes (via Vanity Fair)
– That Discomfort You’re Feeling Is Grief (via Harvard Business Review)
– How to Go on a Digital First Date (via GQ)
Join us on Instagram at 12 p.m. to kick it with Carl Maynard of Walk With Locals
We are going live with our good friend / talented human Carl Maynard! Tune in for all of the chill vibes you could ever need.
Learn Something New
Don’t go to the Tidal Basin! Don’t do it! Social distance the hell out of the cherry blossoms this year with this incredible Google Map that lists all of the cherry blossom locations in D.C. There are probably cherry blossom trees in your neighborhood you didn’t even know about. Go enjoy them. It’s good to get outside (as long as you do it safely). Map by Sofie Rhoads, more info at sofierhoads.com
Dance to This
A forever jam, but especially right now.